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Statistician and PhD candidate Sam Monfort compiled all of the data from the National UFO Reporting Centre and found that more people than ever have spotted UFO’s in the recent years.

The number, which has been rising since the 1980’s, hit an all-time high in 2010 with about 45,000 yearly sightings.

Sightings between 1990 and 2000 rose dramatically by nearly 30 thousand yearly sightings.

The data also shows that USA has the most sighting by far at almost 300 times greater than the global median.

But these sighting are no longer all about the UFO’s. Instead, according to Monfort, lights are now the most popular way these sightings take form with a saucer ‘flying’ into second place.

Now that NASA has found seven Earth-size planets that could actually have alien life, these sightings could possibly increase.

Check out these alien-looking landscapes found on Earth:

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Dragon blood trees in rocky landscape, Homhil Protected Area, Socotra, Yemen

Mysterious moving rocks at a playa in Death Valley national Park called The Race Track

Turkey, Central Anatolia, Cappadocia, Unesco World Heritage Site, Uchisar village, the camel driver

Fire crater, gas crater, Door to Hell Darvaza crater, Derweze or Darvaza, Karakum Desert, Dasoguz Province, Turkmenistan

Kristal Icecave in Breiðamerkurljökul glacier in Iceland

The Haleakala silversword (Argyroxiphium sandwicense subsp. macrocephalum) is a rare plant found only the island of Maui on the dormant Haleakala volcano.Silverswords live between 3 and 90 years or more. They flower once, sending up a spectacular flowering stalk, and then die soon afterward, scattering drying seeds to the wind. Flowering events can differ dramatically from one flowering season to the next. The reasons for that are not understood.

Giant’s Causeway on a cloudy day – Northern Ireland

Take in Athabasca Glacier, Jasper, Alberta, Canada

United States, Oregon, Dayville

Moeraki rocks found on the east coast of new zealand

High Angle View Of Grand Prismatic Spring In Yellowstone National Park

Frozen methane bubbles at Abraham lake at sunrise with beautiful sky.

A sand dune glows red at last light in this landscape image of the Namib Desert.

Salar de Uyuni hexagons at sunset

Colorful mountain in Danxia landform in Zhangye, Gansu of China.

The enchanting pools of Pamukkale in Turkey. Pamukkale contains hot springs and travertines, terraces of carbonate minerals left by the flowing water. The site is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Deep underground cave exploration of Karst cave ‘Krizna jama’, Slovenia. Roughly 8-9 km long, from 30 to 125 m deep, lots of chambers, siphons, corridors, small islands and roughly 40 lakes, stalactites, stalagmites and other specifical Karst rock formations.

Dallol is volcano, Danakil desert, Ethiopia.

Michigan, United States of America

Snow covered wave taken during cold in Coyote Buttes North.

Egypt, Baharija, White desert

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The blue ice cave at lake Baikal

This image was taken in the Fall of 2008 at Tufa State Park, Mono County, Mono Lake, California. This image is very rare as the lake water level is much higher now. I shot this at the cusp of dawn and no filters were used.

Zabriskie Point with Panamint Range in distance, Mojave Desert. Mutant nature Zabriskie Point is a part of Amargosa Range located east of Death Valley in Death Valley National Park in California, United States noted for its erosional landscape. It is composed of sediments from Furnace Creek Lake, which dried up 5 million years ago long before Death Valley came into existence.

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Baobab trees (Adansonia Grandidieri) reflecting in the water under the milky Way, Morondava, Toliara province, Madagascar.

(GERMANY OUT) Western Australia – Nambung National Park – limestone formations, called Pinnacles, at dusk (Photo by Mayall/ullstein bild via Getty Images)

Fingal’s Cave on the Scottish Inner Hebrides island of Staffa.

Rocky cliffs reflected in the calm waters of Horseshoe Lake, Jasper National park, Alberta, Canada.

Abstract nature of Lower Antelope Canyon. The canyon is part of a series of slot canyons on Navajo land in Arizona, USA.

Sweden, Halsingland, Voxnan River at sunrise, winter

Huang Shan, Anhui Province, China

Nieve penitente is a spike or pillar of compacted snow or ice caused by differential melting and evaporation.

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