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Flying Saucer



Term used in reference either to general sightings of Unidentified Flying Objects or to saucer-shaped UFOs specifically. The phrase was coined following an interview with American Pilot Kenneth Arnold who reported the first modern sighting of a UFO in the Cascade Mountains in 1947.

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