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An important NASA report on "UFOs"!

 

An important

NASA report on "UFOs"!


A new report concluded that NASA could not rule out that

potential "unknown space technology" operated in the Earth's atmosphere.


As part of efforts to place UFOs on a more scientific basis

NASA said it would prefer to call them UAPs - "anomalies not identified".


In this regard

a NASA panel of 16 experts in various scientific fields

including physics and astronomy, prepared a detailed report on UAPs

described as "one of our planet's greatest mysteries."



The report states :

Observations of objects in our skies that

cannot be identified as balloons, aircraft or natural phenomena

have been observed worldwide, yet there are limited

high-quality observations. The nature of science is to explore the unknown

and data is the language used by scientists to discover the secrets of the universe. 


Despite numerous calculations and visions

the absence of consistent

detailed and coordinated observations means that

we currently do not have the data set needed to

arrive at final scientific conclusions about UAPs," the report continued.


He also revealed that

  • if alien extraterrestrial life forms were reasonable in the galaxy
  • it was also reasonable to have unknown potential
  • space technology operating in the Earth's atmosphere.


The report not only reviewed previous UFO accidents, but also include

a "roadmap" for how UAPs could be scientifically studied and evaluated in the future.


He referred

only to unclassified reports

  • the authors of the report acknowledged that
  • the US military also had classified images and reports of
  • UAPs not available to the general public.


NASA said it would make

  • "concerted efforts" to study UAPs scientifically
  • using its satellites, as well as commercial satellites
  • and using artificial intelligence to analyze data.


The United States Space

Agency revealed that it had appointed a new Director of

UAP Research

who would be responsible for creating a "robust database" for future UAPs.


NASA

officials said the Director

would not be named because Committee members

were "harassed" and received "threats" while working on the report.


At a press conference yesterday

one of the authors of the report, Dr. Dan Evans

was asked why the report relied on non-confidential material to reply


"One of the reasons why we confined ourselves to this study with non-confidential data is because we can talk about it frankly. In doing so, we aim once again to change discourse from excitement to science. "