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A Swedish Air Force officer searches for a "ghost rocket" in Lake Kölmjärv, Norrland, Sweden, in July 1946.

Ufology is the search for and research of unidentified flying objects by people who called ufologists. The term was coined by Edward J. Ruppelt.[1] Mainstream scientists have greeted this topic with skepticism, dismissing ufology as pseudoscience.[2]

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  1. Ruppelt, Edward (2007). The Report On Unidentified Flying Objects. Charleston, South Carolina: BiblioBazaar.
  2. Eghigian, Greg (2017-07-01). "Making UFOs make sense: Ufology, science, and the history of their mutual mistrust". Public Understanding of Science. 26 (5): 612–626. doi:10.1177/0963662515617706. ISSN 0963-6625. PMID 26644010. S2CID 37769406.