unidentified flying object

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Synonyms for unidentified flying object

an (apparently) flying object whose nature is unknown

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Mention the name of his father, Gordon Gray, to any serious UFOlogist and they will coo and stroke their chins and tell you that Gordon Gray was a member of the shadowy, ultra-secret group called Majestic-12 that ran the first flying-saucer cover up.
From that perspective, we aren't complaining about the new Air Force report on military activities that flying-saucer fans might have construed as evidence of extraterrestrials crashing in 1947 near Roswell, N.
The Air Force on Tuesday made public its latest report on the famous 1947 incident in the New Mexico desert near the town of Roswell that is at the heart of claims by flying-saucer fans that extraterrestrials have visited the Earth and which has become a celebrated part of American popular culture.
All signs will be vertical, and in English, though there is talk about a little flying-saucer logo.