Last updated on January 14th, 2022 at 07:47 pm
This action stems from a lack of formalized procedure for the government to collect such anomalous data despite the obvious threat to our restricted airspace.
The data on these unknown objects may not be alien or from another world. It is equally likely that it could be representing previously unknown technological advancements from entities right here on Earth.
The bill in its entirety may be reviewed here.
Meteorologists call the phenomenon fallstreak or hole punch clouds, and they often are created by aircraft, according to a Nov. 23 NOAA Satellite and Information Service report.
However, the mysterious holes in the sky can be so perfectly shaped that alarmed people on the ground often report them as UFOs, according to Earthsky.org.
Satellite video shared below by NOAA on Facebook shows the phenomenon happened over Michigan on Nov. 20, starting with small nicks in cloud cover then expanded to giant traveling holes in the sky.
credit Mark Price – Charlotte Observer