The New Mapping Public Reports of UAPs Across America
The U.S. authorities are accountable for a predicted 5.3 million square miles of domestic air space and 24 million miles of ocean air space. The February 2023 downing of a Chinese surveillance balloon after it had flown across the country raised questions about the degree to which the U.S. government is aware of who is flying what over its territorial skies. The U.S. has finite resources to screen objects flying through its air space. At the same time, advances in technology permit the majority, of non-public agencies, and civilian government organizations to perform ever-smaller commercial drones that intentionally or accidentally capture and make contributions to activity in the skies. This may tend to make the public report these unidentified aerial phenomena (UAPs) an essential source of sightings for U.S. government officers.
On this report, RAND researchers present a geographic analysis of a 101,151 public reviews of UAP sightings in 12,783 U.S. Census Bureau census certain locations. especially, they provide findings on U.S. places wherein UAP reports are extensively much more likely to arise and offer suggestions to increase attention to the varieties of activities that might be mistaken for unexplained phenomena or that factor to potential threats. The data had been amassed by way of the National UFO Reporting Center (NUFORC), one of the nongovernmental entities that the Federal Aviation Management (FAA) has referenced in reliable archives wherein to record unexplained phenomena. The analyses of this information ought not be interpreted as an endorsement of any individual UFO reports to NUFORC or of the accuracy of the database. credit Chris Rutkowski
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