Helen Sharman, Britain’s first astronaut in space, says aliens do exist and they may live on Earth, Sky News reported on June 6. “There are billions of stars in the universe, and there must be different forms of life,” Helen Sharman told the Observer. She also thought, “They’re here right now, and we may not see them at all.”
The 56-year-old, a former chemist, became the first Briton to go into space in May 1991 on a Mission to the Mir space station.
In September 2019, the U.S. Navy reportedly publicly acknowledged for the first time that three UFO videos were genuine and that they should not have been made public.
Of the three videos, the first two came to light in mid-December 2017. One was filmed by a U.S. military pilot in San Diego, California, in 2004, and the other by a U.S. military pilot on the beach in Jacksonville, Florida, in 2015. It is clear from the video footage that UFOs move in unison between mid-air and sea level in violation of the laws of physics, moving at alarming speeds.
However, Joseph Gradisher, a spokesman for the U.S. Navy, said the content of the videos was an “unexplained aerial phenomenon” and that the Navy had never publicly described the features of the unidentified objects or issued any assumptions or conclusions.