James Oberg worked twenty-two years at NASA Mission Control in Houston, specializing in orbital rendezvous, and is now a full-time free-lance consultant, author, speaker, and examiner of space folklore. He is a founding Fellow of CSICOP and a Skeptical Inquirer consulting editor.
The 1984 Minsk sighting demonstrates how UFOs can be created from mundane phenomena.
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Russian Reports Add New Twist to Old Tunguska UFO Myth
A flurry of reports from Russia this summer about the discovery of fragments of an alien spaceship at the site of the 1908...
Depending on the opinion polls, there's a core of Apollo moon flight disbelievers within the United States
An Illuminating UFO case raises several interesting points.
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