Claimed To Be The First Sensational Picture Of The Mysterious Objects Popularly Known As Flying Saucers, This Photograph Is Reproduced From The Issue Teenage Times In Dublin. The Photograph Is Accompagnied By A News Story Which States That The Flying Sauc
The Mar. 25, 1950, issue of Dublin's TeenAge Times claimed that these mysterious objects were flying saucers.Keystone-France/Gamma-Keystone—Getty Images
Claimed To Be The First Sensational Picture Of The Mysterious Objects Popularly Known As Flying Saucers, This Photograph Is Reproduced From The Issue Teenage Times In Dublin. The Photograph Is Accompagnied By A News Story Which States That The Flying Sauc
Flying Saucer Flying over Farm
UFO over Mountain Above Skyline in Riverside, California in 1951.
Salem, Massachusetts, USA. 3rd August, 1952. This picture, taken through the window of a laboratory by a 21 year old U.S. coastguard, shows four unidentified flying objects as bright lights in the sky. Many American's believe them to be flying saucers.
UFO Flying Over New Mexico 1967
UFO Flying Low Over Trees in Los Angeles, 1963
UFO Flying over Windmill in Hillside, MI in 1966.
UFO Flying Between Rocks In New Mexico 1967
UFO sighting in California, 1967
UFO Over Barn In Snow Covered Field, 1966 Colorado
The Mar. 25, 1950, issue of Dublin's TeenAge Times claimed that these mysterious objects were flying saucers.
Keystone-France/Gamma-Keystone—Getty Images
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Here Are 60 Athletes to Watch at the 2016 Summer Olympics

Updated: Aug 02, 2016 3:31 PM ET | Originally published: Jul 28, 2016

More than 10,000 athletes from more than 200 countries will be competing in the 2016 Olympic Games, which run from Aug. 5-21 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

From gymnastics to track, soccer to sailing, the Games are a showcase for the world's greatest athletes. Some are first-time Olympians like Simone Biles, a 19-year-old gymnast from Texas. Standing at just 4 ft. 8 in, she has won the past three world championships and is favored to lead the U.S. women to another team gold.

Others are veterans, including U.S. swimmers Michael Phelps, the most decorated Olympian of all time, and Katie Ledecky, 19, who made history last summer at the World Championships as the first to swim, and win, all four freestyle -distances—200 m, 400 m, 800 m and 1,500 m—at the same meet. They are just three of the people you'll meet in our 60 Athletes to Watch in Rio guide.

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