UFO Map Released: Where Have The Most UFOs Been Observed So Far?

UFO Map Released: Where Have The Most UFOs Been Observed So Far?

The US has shot down 3 unidentified flying objects (UFOs) in the last eight days. While no official statement was made from the government regarding the situation in question, the Pentagon did not ignore the existence of aliens. While the question of “Did the US shoot down a UFO” continues to be heavily debated on social media, official and unofficial UFO sighting reports from around the world have been visualized on a map. So, how many UFOs have been seen in the USA so far? Where are UFOs most commonly seen?

Over the past five years, more than 26,000 unidentified flying objects (UFOs) have been seen hovering over the United States.


The number of UFO sightings by state was visualized by data published by the National UFO Reporting Center (NUFORC). According to the map prepared by the British Daily Mail, California ranks first with 2,661 UFO reports, followed by Florida and New York.

Since 1998, 15,562 UFOs have been sighted in California, 7,870 UFOs in Florida, and 5 bib 567 UFOs in New York.

So far, 10,836 UFO reports have been made from countries outside the United States.

While the U.S. government has yet to notify Americans of the unidentified objects, states with intense UFO sightings host major Air Force bases that routinely test new winged technologies.

But new data from the National UFO Reporting Center (NUFORC) comes after reports that three UFOs were shot down in Alaska, Canada and Montana last weekend.

The US Department of Defense (Pentagon) did not rule out the possibility of objects being linked to extraterrestrials.

The unidentified object, spotted in Canadian skies on Sunday, was described as an unmanned ‘octagonal structure’ with ‘potential surveillance capabilities’ and ropes attached to it.

After two more UFOs were destroyed over Alaska and Canada on Friday and Saturday, an F-16 fighter jet dropped it about 6 km above the Great Lakes.


On the other hand, on February 4, a Chinese balloon was dropped over South Carolina, which means that the US Air Force has dropped four objects in the last 8 days.



Retired Pentagon Lieutenant General Bergman said last week that he was waiting for answers to the questions of the US public about the high-altitude objects in question. Pentagon Spokesman Brigadier General Patrick Ryder said in a written statement that the object in question was shot down by a US F-16 on the orders of US President Joe Biden.


Stating that the object was flying at an altitude of 6 km, Ryder said, “The route and altitude of this object have created concerns, including that it may pose a danger to civil aviation.” used expressions.


Ryder stated that the place where the object hit was chosen to prevent possible damage on land and to facilitate the collection of the remains of the object.


The North American Air Defense Command (NORAD), after dropping unidentified objects in Alaska and Canada with a Chinese balloon, took action this time for an unidentified object flying on the US-Canada border. It turned out that NORAD dropped another unidentified object after briefly closing the Michigan and Huron Lakes area on the US-Canada border.


On February 11, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced that they had dropped the object on Canada’s Yukon in cooperation with the United States.


Gül Demirci

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