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Russian cosmonaut admits he believes in UFOs

Russian cosmonaut Oleg Kononenko, the commander of the Roscosmos cosmonaut squad, admitted that he believes in the existence of unknown life forms on other planets. Kononenko spoke about his attitude to aliens on the air of the TV show "Posner" on Channel One (a Russian popular TV channel).

The cosmonaut noted that modern science knows about the existence of thousands of exoplanets, many of which are similar to our Earth. Given this fact, there is some possibility that there are life forms in the universe that we don't know anything about yet. People, as Kononenko emphasized, know little even about the Milky Way galaxy, in which our native Solar System is located.

I myself do not consider the subject of UFOs nonsense, although I have not met with something like this. I mean, no one knocked on my door from the other side of the hatch.

the astronaut said in an interview:

Oleg Kononenko added that people who have chosen the profession of cosmonaut resemble eternal students who constantly have to learn something new, prepare for complex experiments in zero gravity, contact with foreign colleagues, and so on.

Russian cosmonaut admits he believes in UFOs

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