WASHINGTON (ABC) — Congress is looking to the skies.
Two U.S. officials have confirmed to ABC News that the upcoming intelligence community report on Unexplained Aerial Phenomena (UAP’s) says these unidentified flying objects are still, well, unidentified. But, there also isn’t any evidence suggesting the UAP’s are alien spacecraft.
Another government source told ABC News that UAP’s aren’t a part of any super-secret government program.
Federal intelligence agencies will present the report to Congress by the end of June.
Lawmakers called for the report after the Navy de-classified videos showing mysterious encounters fighter pilots had in recent years.
Skeptics say the UAP’s could be a glitch in the camera or some sort of advanced drone developed by Russia or China.