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25 september, 2022
NASA has announced during a general meeting of the agency's Science Mission Directorate (SMD) that it is going full throttle on UFO research.
NASA's recent announcement to study phenomena that cannot be explained by any known human or natural phenomena, dubbed Unidentified Aerial Phenomena (UAP), has been much discussed earlier. They are also of concern to the public in terms of NASA flight safety.
Daniel Evans, assistant deputy associate administrator for research at SMD, said:
We're going full force" on the UAP study. This is really important to us, and we're placing a high priority on it.
The study will be led by David Spergel, president of the Simons Foundation, and team members will be selected by SMD and NASA's Directorate of Aeronautics Research Missions, in constant consultation with the US Department of Defense and congressional stakeholders. According to a SMD spokesman, the team will be some of the world's leading data scientists and artificial intelligence scientists, as well as experts in aerospace security. The team is expected to be completed by October.
NASA hopes they will be able to take unidentified aerial phenomena (UAP) research to the next level. Evans says NASA is uniquely positioned to do so because it knows how to use data and scientific tools to understand "what might be happening out there in the skies." Also, he says, no other agency is trusted by the public to the same extent.
NASA believes there is no evidence linking UAP to alien sightings. However, scientists are interested in strange phenomena such as "extreme acceleration".
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