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Interest in UFO and its possible associaton with extraterestials as flying saucers, began in the US and spread out to the world.
Cura in UFO, siglas Anglice ex "Unidentified Flying Object" et conjugitionis extraterrestialis coepit in CFA et in gentium vulgatus est.
Spectatores res fierique in caelis tuentur quam operam causas ratione nullo videri potent, pracipue dicos parmasque. Praestitis astronauticis aeronauticisque post secundo bello mundi, cura surrexit cum evolutione astronautico aeronauticoque. Colegium rectionis CFAinquerentes in 1950 nonaginta centesima inquerentes nonaginta centesima adspectatorum concurrisse rebus astronomicis meteorolocisque vel auplanigeris vel avis vel gasis calidis with astronomical or meteorological phenomena or sightings of aircraft, birds, or hot gases, sometimes under unusual weather conditions certiorem fecit.
1960 medius scientiarum paucis parum adspectarum significari posse praesentia extraterrestrialis concludit.
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popular as "flyng saucer" vehicles for extraterrestrials.
Fieri in caelis tuentur quam operam causas ratione nullo videri potest. Nam it became popular to associate with extraterestials and became the subject of many stories.
See also Roswel
History alien assoc
Fieri in caelis tuentur quam ratione non potest explicare.
Aerial object or optical phenomenon not readily explainable to the observer. Interest in UFOs increased with developments in aeronautics and astronautics after World War II. A U.S. government panel investigating sightings in the 1950s reported that 90 percnt coincided with astronomical or meteorological phenomena or sightings of aircraft, birds, or hot gases, sometimes under unusual weather conditions. Some remained unexplained, however, and in the mid 1960s a few scientists concluded that a small percentage indicated the presence of extraterrestrial visitors. This sensational hypothesis, promoted in the press, met with prompt resistance from other scientists. A U.S. Air Force UFO study begun in 1968 firmly rejected the extraterrestrial hypothesis, but a large fraction of the public, and a few scientists, continued to support it. UFO reports vary widely in reliability. The unaided eye is easily fooled; radar sightings of UFOs, more reliable in some ways, may fail to distinguish physical objects from meteor trails, rain, or thermal discontinuities and are subject to radio interference. Seealso SETI.
Aerial optical phenomenon obiectum sive non ad explicabile aspectum. UFOs cura aucta et Evolutio astronautics aeronautics Secundo bello mundi. A panel US imperium in quaerendis 1950s sightings fama percnt XC astronomicis vel incidit aut motibus of aircraft sightings, aves, aut calidus vapores, novo coelo Aliquando dispositionem.A committee US imperium in quaerendis sightings 1950s percent XC fama astronomicis vel incidit aut motibus of aircraft sightings, aves, aut calidus vapores, novo coelo Aliquando dispositionem.