A declassified video released by the Pentagon to put an end to rumors of a UFO called “GoFast” is in the news again as it has leaked into NASA’s UAP report.
NASA’s goal is to disentangle dialogues about unidentified anomalous phenomena from sensationalism by supporting them with scientific findings that they believe can explain the possible existence of extraterrestrials or “aliens.” The report is said to cite several aerial phenomena, including the sighting of the GoFast UFO.
Video of “GoFast UFO” from 2015 resurfaces
X users (formerly Twitter) want to know more about the GoFast UFO as NASA’s report explains the aerial phenomenon that reportedly occurred in 2015.
The Pentagon released the video, which was filmed by fighter jet pilots in 2004 and 2015, “to clear up any public misunderstanding as to whether or not the circulating footage was real or whether or not there was more to the videos.”
The Defense Department statement continued: “After a thorough review, the Department has concluded that the authorized release of these unclassified videos will not reveal any sensitive capabilities or systems and will have no impact on subsequent investigations of military airspace incursions” by unknown persons Aerial phenomena.”
The Pentagon confirmed that the videos circulated in the Republic after the unauthorized release remained “unidentified.”
Unknown “rotating” object discovered in the sky
The video of the GoFast UFO officially released by the Pentagon shows objects moving quickly in the sky as the pilot filmed one of them rotating in mid-air.
The person recording the video says, “Look at that thing, dude! It’s spinning!” as a black, disc-shaped object floats across the sky.
A few seconds into the footage, you can see the alleged UFO rotate 180 degrees while traveling, completing the circle.
The Pentagon also released another video from 2004 showing an elongated, unidentified object floating above the water. It was reportedly captured 100 miles over the Pacific.
NASA is concerned with aliens
NASA’s latest report does not confirm that aliens are real, as it states that there is no scientific evidence that UAPs are extraterrestrial.
However, the agency is working to use an advanced scientific approach to analyze the alien-related reports and sightings without completely ruling out the possibilities.
NASA Administrator Bill Nelson said the agency would continue to do so “transparently” and urged the public to continue reporting unusual sightings.
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