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There is talk of seeing a bright object like a flying saucer in the west direction in the sky of Nainital on Wednesday evening. It is being said that after some time this object also disappeared. This football-shaped object was seen traveling on a precarious path. Despite being in the same direction as the Sun, it looked very bright.
Dr. Brajesh Kumar, scientist of Arya Bhatt Research and Observational Science Institute (ARIES), said that he took information from various sources including Google, but no such object was confirmed to be left in the sky by any Institute of Science Studies.
Dr. Brajesh told that after careful consideration of various options and possibilities, he is of the definite opinion that it was not an identifiable object which can be classified as UFO. There could also be a possibility of it being an object left by a country for espionage.
They said the object looked similar to UFO sightings in Belfast in October 2013 and Texas on April 19, 2015 and April 4, 2016. According to Dr. Brajesh, the sight of such an object is surprising as well as a danger of danger, which requires extensive investigation, thorough investigation and tracking.
What are UFOs
UFOs or flying saucers are called such objects about which scientists have no information about what they are. There are thousands of types of objects in the sky, in addition to the moon and stars, there can be man-made satellites, balloons and instruments left for surveying weather and other subjects, or broken parts from any body.
Information about the equipment left by any institution would have been kept by other scientific institutions and the countries concerned so that they do not interfere in them. When a device does not fall in these categories it is called a UFO. Generally, every year such objects are seen somewhere in the world about which scientists do not know for sure.
Being out of town, I have not been able to see this object myself. This record was also not recorded in the Aries telescope because these telescopes were not open at that time.
-Doctor. Brajesh Kumar, Scientist, Ariz.