UFO


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Synonyms for UFO

an (apparently) flying object whose nature is unknown

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Nick Pope the former UFO investigator for the British Ministry of Defence told the Cyprus Mail that such tourism initiatives had proved beneficial in other countries.
The archive includes a number of letters from amateur UFO enthusiasts who heard reports of mysterious objects in the sky - and hoped to discover what the authorities really knew about them.
UFO spotters can also travel further north to neighboring Peru to see its Nazca Lines.
Eight files have been released after a Freedom of Information request by UFO researchers.
He admitted there was no explanation why certain areas were more prone to UFO sightings than others.
These documents don't tell us anything about UFOs," Clarke told The Guardian, "but they do show how desperate the [Ministry of Defence has] been to conceal the interest which the intelligence services had in the subject.
Coyne simply calls it ``fumbling in the dark,'' kind of like the 45-year old charismatic frontman, visual artist and budding filmmaker -- look for ``Christmas on Mars'' next year -- is doing now as he tries to put the finishing touches on the UFO, built out of elaborate lighting trusses and ``stuff'' that he admits not knowing much about.
And UFO researcher Ted Roach also believes there are many descriptions of aliens in the Bible.
Admission is free, and viewers will vote to see which film gets the Mack Award for Best UFO Documentary of 2002.
The author states in his introduction, "Because the human imagination's response to the UFO phenomenon is at least as important as the question of what UFOs `really' are, extensive space has been devoted to examining how UFOs and aliens are represented in the medium of film.
government's involvement in UFO matters, 53% said that they believe the government has knowledge of UFO sightings whereas 12% did not think so.
Air Force Project Blue Book investigation, coined the term UFO (Unidentified Flying Object) and its necessary counterpart IFO (Identified Flying Object).
Banion becomes the apostle of the UFO subculture and leads a Millennial March on the Mall.
Yet contrary to the suspicions of some researchers, people who cite UFO experiences prove neither psychologically disturbed nor especially fond of fashioning elaborate fantasies, according to a study in the November JOURNAL OF ABNORMAL PSYCHOLOGY.
UFO is able to accomplish this as a result of automated royalty administration services provided by Talent Clearing House (TCH).