ROSWELL, N.M. (AP) — A new website supported by a Roswell museum gives people a chance to prove that we are not alone in the universe.
The Roswell Daily Record reports (http://bit.ly/12IRq7M) that the recently launched roswellsightings.com allows anyone on Earth to upload photos or videos of sightings or encounters with what they believe are UFOs.
The website is based in New York and is from a partnership with the Roswell-based International UFO Museum And Research Center.
The user-friendly website allows people to share recordings on social network sites or watch the latest scientific news or other videos.
Program designers say they hope to complete a smartphone app to upload videos and photos to the site.
So far, witnesses have posted sightings from Argentina, Brazil, and South Africa.
Information from: Roswell Daily Record, http://www.roswell-record.com
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