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Ryan Graves, executive director of Americans for Safe Aerospace (left), retired Air Force Maj. David Grusch and retired Navy Cmdr. David Fravor are sworn in during a House Oversight and Accountability subcommittee hearing on UFOs on Wednesday. Nathan Howard/AP hide caption

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U.S. Deputy Director of Naval Intelligence Scott Bray explains a video of an unidentified aerial phenomena, as he testifies before a House Intelligence Committee subcommittee hearing at the U.S. Capitol on May 17, 2022 in Washington, DC. Kevin Dietsch/Getty Images hide caption

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Opinion: What extraterrestrials might learn on Earth

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Deputy Director of Naval Intelligence Scott Bray, left, and Under Secretary of Defense for Intelligence and Security Ronald Moultrie speak Tuesday during a House Intelligence, Counterterrorism, Counterintelligence, and Counterproliferation Subcommittee hearing on "Unidentified Aerial Phenomena" on Capitol Hill in Washington. Alex Brandon/AP hide caption

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In an image from video footage from 2015, an unexplained object is seen at center as it soars among the clouds, traveling against the wind. "There's a whole fleet of them," a naval aviator tells another, though only one indistinct object is shown. Department of Defense via AP hide caption

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UFO Report: No Sign Of Aliens, But 143 Mystery Objects Defy Explanation

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A mural in Roswell, N.M., displays the town slogan. A mysterious aircraft crash in 1947 led to the local legend of visitors from another planet. Kirk Siegler/NPR hide caption

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The Truth Is (Still) Out There In 'UFO Capital' Roswell, New Mexico

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Grace Capati looks at a UFO display outside of the Little A'Le'Inn, in Rachel, Nev., the closest town to Area 51, the top-secret Cold War test site in the Nevada desert. John Locher/AP hide caption

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The Sunspot Solar Observatory in New Mexico mysteriously shut down for 11 days in September, citing a security issue. Authorities were investigating a janitor for distribution of pornography. Sunspot Solar Observatory/https://sunspot.solar/ hide caption

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Opinion: 'National Enquirer' Publisher's CEO Could Testify About Trump And UFOs

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Don't go there: A warning sign marks the boundary of Area 51 in Nevada. Dan Callister/Getty Images hide caption

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