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June 29, 2022 3 min read

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Every year, World UFO Day is observed on July 2nd to create an awareness of Unidentified Flying Objects. These objects are somehow related to alien life forms. The World UFO Day organization decided in the year 2001 to celebrate this day for all UFO enthusiasts. The enthusiasts can show their collection in support of the existence of extraterrestrial beings.

While UFOs are usually thought to be sophisticated spaceships of alien visitors to Earth, the term UFO can be used to refer to any type of object or phenomenon that has not been previously observed in an area. Most UFO sightings are easily explained by scientific means. Despite this, UFOs are a constant subject of conspiracy theories around the world.

It is believed that the abbreviation - UFO - was first coined in the 1950s by Edward J. Ruppelt, an officer with the United States Air Force, to replace the prevailing terms used for unidentified objects in the skies at that time. These terms were flying saucers and flying discs.

There are more than enough stories, legends, and actual scientific findings on UFOs and space exploration to keep you busy for a day. Use the power of the internet to separate fact from fiction and try coming up with your own theories on whether the truth really is out there. Finish the evening by gazing up at the stars before going to bed. You never know what you might see.

 

 

When it comes to UFOs, we naturally think of space. In comparison, our exploration of space is more satisfying.

 For more than 50 years humanity has been active in space and though the number of people visiting space for themselves is few, the entire world has reaped the benefits of space exploration. From our modern telecommunications system to modern computers to solar cells, the innovations made to rise to the challenges of exploring our solar system have tangible effects on Earth as well.

 Now humanity is at the edge of a new frontier with countries around the world reaffirming their dedication to space exploration. A trio of Mars-bound missions reached the Red Planet in early Feb. The United Arab Emirates’ al-Amal (Hope) orbiter — the first interplanetary mission undertaken by an Arab nation — arrived first. Hope was followed by China’s Tianwen-1 mission which will deliver the country’s first Martian rover sometime in May. And last, but not least, NASA’s Perseverance rover successfully touched down on Feb. 18.

 But the new era of space travel is only the beginning, NASA has reaffirmed its dedication to returning humans, and the first woman, to the Moon by 20XX. Turkey’s president, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, recently announced the country will launch a lunar rover in 2023 as part of a new 10-year plan to develop its own space program. The next decade is proving to be an excited and groundbreaking time for space exploration. So, what can those of us on Earth expect to see?

More space travel means more challenges. But space agencies have proven themselves more than capable, developing knowledge and new technologies every step of the way. Past space exploration has given rise to several innovations that we take for granted today, including solar panels, implantable heart monitors, cancer therapy, and water-purification systems.

 More space exploration promises to bring new and serendipitous benefits to a variety of areas, such as power generation and energy storage, recycling and waste management, advanced robotics, health and medicine, transportation, computing, and engineering. It’s hard to predict exactly what new technology may arise, but if history is any indication it will be life-altering for many of us.


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