World UFO Day 2021
July 2 is celebrated as World UFO Day. UFO stands for ‘Unidentified Flying Object’ or Alien Life Forms. In 2001 the organization ‘World UFO Day Organization’ decided to celebrate this day so that all those interested in UFOs can collect the evidence they have gathered to support the theory of the existence of extraterrestrial beings.
World UFO Day is being celebrated since 2001 amidst the debate about the existence or not of UFOs. Its purpose is to debate the presence of UFOs and aliens around the world and to conduct research publicly. Earlier it was celebrated on both 24 June and 2 July. But now it is officially celebrated only on 2 July.
The World UFO Day organization celebrates this day to encourage people to think that humans are not the only creatures in the universe. World UFO Day is celebrated on 24 June and by some others on 2 July. On June 24, aviator Kenneth Arnold saw a UFO in the US. Arnold described a UFO as a saucer-like object or a large flat disc design. This is a design that has been used for UFOs for decades.
On July 2, 1947, a UFO is believed to have crashed in Roswell, New Mexico. It is said that the UFO crashed in Roswell in 1947 when the US Air Force was carrying out a top-secret project. William Brazel, a witness to the accident, said that the wreckage of the UFO was made of rubber strips and tinfoil.
In 1953, the United States Air Force named it UFO.
There are many ways to celebrate this day. The World UFO Day organization to hunt for UFOs encourages people to come out and look at the stars. According to the organization, the most important thing is to bring people out with the idea of UFOs.
World UFO day – 2 July (Every Year).
Extra Knowledge– Many people in the world believe in the existence of unidentified flying objects also known as flying saucers or UFOs. This day is celebrated for them. Therefore, in July, do not be surprised if people see the sky with telescopes on the roofs.
World UFO Day is celebrated as an awareness day. Every year on July 2, ‘World UFO Day’ is also being celebrated. In such a situation, let us know today that when UFOs were seen on earth and how those cases are especially prevalent among the people.
For the first time in the United States, the widely unknown flying saucer-like object was seen hovering in the sky. The goal of celebrating ‘UFO Day’ on July 2 is undoubtedly to learn about their existence and to encourage governments to express their files on UFO sightings.