Significant decrease in the number of UFO reports in 2021 – The science

The Belgian UFO hotline received significantly fewer reports last year. In total, there were 184 reports, a decrease of 59 percent compared to 2020. After several years of increase, the number of reports is now exactly at the same level as in 2018. None of the reports seem inexplicable.

Introduction ufo database on site, with an illustrated overview of possible explanations for the observations, is one of the main explanations for the decline, according to the Reporting Center. Anyone wishing to report a List Review Report is requested before reporting anything. If this list helps explain the vision, it should not be reported anymore.

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In one fifth of the cases, the reporting center did not have enough data to conduct an investigation. In most cases, the report can be explained by an aircraft, helicopter, meteor, space debris, satellites, or the International Space Station. None of the 2021 reports were investigated.

After an extraordinary 2020, the UFO hotline is back to the normal number of notes. The large number of reports in 2020 had a lot to do with the shutdown, nice weather, and the launch of Starlink satellites. The province of Antwerp took first place in 2021 with 46 observations. The Reporting Center says it cannot provide an explanation for this. Most of the observations were made in September. This is mainly due to gas clouds that were produced during a braking maneuver on the Centaur rocket stage over the North Sea on September 27.

The French-speaking COBEPS (Comité Belge pour l’Etude des Phénomènes Spataux) received 77 reports last year.

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The entry of a UFO database on the site, with an illustrated overview of possible explanations for the sightings, is one of the main explanations for the decline, according to Hotline. Anyone wishing to report a List Review Report is requested before reporting anything. If this list helps explain the vision, there is no need to report it. In one fifth of the cases, the reporting center does not have sufficient data to conduct an investigation. In most cases, the report can be explained by an aircraft, helicopter, meteor, space debris, satellites, or the International Space Station. None of the 2021 reports were investigated. After the extraordinary 2020, the UFO hotline has returned to the normal number of observations. The large number of reports in 2020 had a lot to do with the shutdown, nice weather, and the launch of Starlink satellites. The province of Antwerp took first place in 2021 with 46 observations. The Reporting Center says it cannot provide an explanation for this. Most of the observations were made in September. This was primarily due to gas clouds produced during a Centaur rocket stage braking maneuver over the North Sea on September 27. COBEPS (Comité Belge pour l’Etude des Phénomènes Spatiaux) received 77 reports last year.

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