For the first time in half a century, the US Congress will hold a public debate on UFOs today.

The hearing is scheduled for 10:00 a.m. EST (3:00 p.m. BST) and will consider evidence of what the U.S. military calls unidentified aerial phenomena, or “UAPs.”

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The press and the public hope that new information will appear during the open hearings
A spokesman for Andre Carson was opened with the press in preparation for the hearing

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A spokesman for Andre Carson was opened with the press in preparation for the hearingCredit: Getty Images – Getty

This follows a recent military report, which cites 11 “recent misses” between the UAP and US fighters. The report on aliens does not say.

Tuesday’s hearing is expected to consider the possible origins of unidentified objects moving unlike anything known to science.

Some believe that these are top-secret planes built by foreign enemies, while others believe that their origin is extraterrestrial.

The Subcommittee on Counterterrorism, Counterintelligence, and Counter-Proliferation under the Intelligence Committee of the US House of Representatives will speak and reveal what they know about unexplained observations to the American public.

Pentagon officials and intelligence officials will testify.

“The American people expect and deserve their government and intelligence leaders to seriously assess and respond to any potential risks to national security – especially those we do not fully understand,” said spokesman Andre Carson.

A spokesman for Adam Schiff, chairman of the House Intelligence Committee, said the public hearing “would break the cycle of excessive secrecy and speculation of truth and transparency.”

Among other related topics at the hearings will be a nine-page 2021 report on unidentified aerial events (UAP).

Of the 144 UAP observations between 2004 and 2021, the document states that officials were able to identify with high confidence only one registered UAP … The rest remain unexplained.

The report adds: “UAPs are clearly creating a safety issue and could become a US national security issue.”

The hearing will be broadcast on the official YouTube channel House Intelligence, and coverage will begin at 7:00 am EST (12:00 BST) on the day of the hearing.

With the new proliferation of space launches thanks to SpaceX Ilona Mask space and their endless possibilities are at the forefront of the public psyche.

In an interview with NPR, the history of technology Kate Dorsch highlighted the fact that knowledge of UFOs is an exclusively American phenomenon.

“Of course, we will never have complete surveillance data because not everyone reports,” Dorsch said. “But it’s fair to say that Americans seem more willing to talk about their experiences than people elsewhere in the world.”

Dorsch said other countries and cultures are more likely to consider inexplicable observations of advanced ground-based military technology.

“For example, UFO sightings in the 1950s and 1960s in Germany very rarely had an alien and extraterrestrial curvature,” she added.

“Instead, the Germans saw things they could not explain, and suggested that it was American or Russian technology that the world’s superpowers were testing new types of military equipment in their skies.”

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The debate on UFOs will come to a new level when lawmakers gather today.

This will be the first open hearing on this topic since the 1960s.

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