And there are a lot of them.
Scientists from the Main Astronomical Observatory of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine have published an article in which they claim that they have seen UFOs over Kyiv more than once, Novoe Vremya writes.
Researchers conducted their observations with the help of two stations for observing meteors – in Kyiv and in the village of Vinarovka.
They became interested in this topic because of the increased public interest in UFOs – for example, most recently the Pentagon admitted that some of the flying objects they discovered were clearly not man-made and could pose a danger to humanity.
“We see them everywhere. We see a large number of objects whose nature is unclear, ”the scientists write in their article published in the arXiv print database. VICE drew attention to their publication.
Scientists “have developed a special observation technique for detecting and evaluating the characteristics of NVN.” As a result, they identified two types of NVN: Cosmics and Phantoms.
Cosmics are luminous objects that are brighter than sky. With this NVY, scientists gave the names of birds – swift, eagle, falcon.
Phantoms are “completely black objects” that “do not radiate and absorb all the radiation falling on them.” Because they contrast sharply with the sky, they are easier to detect and measure the distance between them and the surface.
Both species are extremely fast, making it almost impossible to photograph them. Scientists note that they found both single and entire groups of NVN.
“The eye does not record phenomena that last less than one tenth of a second. It takes four tenths of a second to recognize an event. Ordinary photo and video recordings will also not fix NVE. Their detection requires fine-tuning of the equipment,” the astronomers write.
Researchers do not put forward hypotheses about what exactly these NVNs were, but simply note their observations, separately mentioning their incredible speed. According to scientists, the size of objects is from 3 to 12 meters, and the speed is up to 15 km/s.