Astronomers Study UFOs over Ukraine in Search of Non-Military Unidentified Phenomena

In this age of military drones, cruise missiles, spy satellites and classified secret weapons, it would see obvious that people living in a war zone would see a large number of unidentified aerial phenomena in their skies. Since the hottest war zone of the planet at the moment is Ukraine, it should come as no surprise that this is also a hotbed of UAPs. While the United States is not a war zone (at least by the classical definition), it is still covered with military bases conducting training, weapons tests and simulated operations that put drones, planes, flares and UAPs in the sky. As the mainstream media has finally caught on, reports of these encounters have alerted the public, and demands for explanations have moved the Pentagon and most recently NASA to set up departments and conduct investigations into UAPs. Since it is the current major war zone of the planet, it should come as no surprise that a Ukraine astronomy group, the Main Astronomical Observatory of NAS of Ukraine, is also looking at its own UAPs in hopes of identifying them for its citizens. What IS a surprise is the sheer number of UAPs in that country’s skies and that the study conducted found some UAPs it could not identify. The techniques used are different than those we’ve seen in the U.S. Let’s take a look at them first, and then at what the study found and the conclusions it reached.

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