The issue of visits and presence of extraterrestrial life on Earth is not a new issue, since for years there have been countless videos and photographs of people who claim and show they have seen unidentified flying objects. Although this issue has been discussed throughout history, no one had paid attention to this phenomenon.
At least until today, since the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA, for its acronym in English) was considering it and recently announced that it will launch a specialized team that will be in charge of studying unidentified aerial phenomena (UAP, for its acronym in English), better known as UFOs.
Through a statement published on its official website, NASA reported that it is preparing a study team to examine events in the sky that cannot be identified as aircraft or known natural phenomena from a scientific perspective.
As reported in the release, the launch of this special study team will begin in early fall and will specifically focus on identifying available data, collecting future data, and analyzing how NASA could use that information to give a scientific interpretation to the phenomena. unidentified aircraft.
We have access to a wide range of observations of Earth from space and that is the lifeblood of scientific research. We have the tools and equipment that can help us improve our understanding of the unknown. That is the very definition of what science is. That’s what we do.
– Thomas Zurbuchen, associate administrator for science at NASA Headquarters in Washington
It is worth mentioning that during the United States Congress that took place on May 17, after just over 60 years, the first hearing was held in which the UFO phenomenon was discussed.
NASA is commissioning a study team to start early fall to examine unidentified aerial phenomena (UAP) – observations in the sky that cannot be identified. This team will focus on identifying and collecting available data to scientifically understand UAPs. https://t.co/Tz0aTR6HYT pic.twitter.com/KaF9IyDUB7
— Thomas Zurbuchen (@Dr_ThomasZ) June 9, 2022
NASA is preparing a study team to start in the early fall to examine unidentified aerial phenomena (UAP), observations in the sky that cannot be identified. This team will focus on identifying and collecting available data to scientifically understand UAP.
NASA considers UAPs to be a matter of national interest, so its main objective is to ensure the safety of aircraft. Despite being a completely independent project, the agency in collaboration with the US government will use the tools of science to shed light on nature and find the origin of unidentified aerial phenomena.
The NASA Independent Study Team will be led by astrophysicist David Spergel, president of the Simons Foundation, in New York City, joined by Daniel Evans, deputy associate assistant administrator for research in NASA’s Science Mission Directorate, who will be responsible for leading the study.
It is estimated that the study will take about nine months to complete, as it will have the best advice from experts in the scientific, aeronautical and data analysis fields to focus on collecting new data and improving UAP observations.