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The files contain a wide range of UFO-related documents covering the years 1978–2002. So if you want to find out more about lights in the sky over Waterloo Bridge, near misses by pilots, crop circles - and what the UK government thought of it all - this is the place to start.
2. The Ministry of Defense does not deny that there are strange things to see in the sky. It believes, however, that there are adequate meterial explanations for these - sattelite debris re-entering the earth's atmosphere, ball lightning, unusual cloud formations; meteorological balloons, aircraft lights, aircraft at unusual angles etc. It certainly has no evidence that alien spacecraft have landed on this planet. We are aware of independent scientific studies into UFOs, notably the report produced by the University of Colorado in 1969. This concluded that 90% of all UFO reports proved to be plausibly related to ordinary phenomena.
Britain's Ministry of Defense has just released secret UFO files on sightings dating from 1978 through 1987. They include live, eyewitness accounts and the government's response. More files dating from the 1950s and recent events will be released over the next four years.