The National Aviation Reporting Center on Anomalous Phenomena (NARCAP), based in Vallejo, California, has investigated that November 7 incident allegedly involving an unidentified aerial object that violated controlled airspace at Chicago's O'Hare International Airport.

As viewed by airline and airport employees at O'Hare, the object was round and revolving, gray in color and metallic. It hovered at an altitude less than 1,900 feet above ground level.

"The identity of the UAP [unidentified aerial phenomenon] remains unknown," notes the over 100 page NARCAP report.

The group has called for an official government inquiry into the matter, noting that their analysis suggests that a "significant air safety problem existed at O'Hare International Airport" given the UAP incident. The NARCAP assessment of the sighting states further inquiry should be carried out "to evaluate whether or not current sensing technologies are adequate to insure against a future incident such as this."

The report in its entirety can be viewed at

Meanwhile, the Chicago airport sighting - and a host of other UFO-related insights - are to take center stage at the Mutual UFO Network's (MUFON) 38th International UFO Symposium, to be held August 10-12 in Denver, Colorado.

Drop by the event in the travel convenience of choice, be it car, airplane, or UFO - but first teleport yourself via Internet to the MUFON site at: