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Wrapping up an interview with Neil deGrasse Tyson about William Shatner’s record breaking trip to space on Wednesday, CNN’s Anderson Cooper asked the astrophysicist about videos showing unidentified aerial phenomena that blew up the internet in May.
“Where do you stand on this?” asked Cooper.
“Well, it’s not a matter of stance,” replied Tyson. “I’ve said this before. Just look at — by the way, there are three billion smartphones in the world. And each one can take a high-resolution color video or still picture. And the best evidence