NASA has a team ready to study flying objects

THE Nasa announced that it has a team ready to study mysterious flying objects. For some time man has been trying to find out if there is life outside of Earth. In addition to being exciting, the subject is indeed intriguing: are we really alone in the universe? If, on the one hand, there is still no definitive truth, on the other hand, fiction works well on the subject, especially cinema. It is not yet known if extraterrestrial life exists, or if it is more or less developed than human life.

Thus, some questions are expected to be answered after this attempt to find out whether such apparitions are, in fact, about UFOs. The team is made up of experts from various scientific fields ranging from physics to astrobiology, with a full focus on unclassified objects.

NASA begins to study unidentified flying objects

Observations of events in the sky that cannot be identified, such as known aircraft or natural phenomena, are classified as unidentified aerial phenomena (PSU).

according to a Statement from NASA, an independent study of these phenomena, which the US government calls “Unidentified Flying Objects”, began on Monday, October 24. The survey will last nine months and will lay the groundwork for new and future studies on the NAPs.

Thomas Zurbuchen, associate administrator for the Science Mission Directorate at NASA Headquarters in Washington, said: “Understanding the data we have on unidentified aerial phenomena is critical to helping us draw scientific conclusions about what is happening. in our sky. Data is the language of scientists and makes the unexplainable, explainable.

The team formed to study the flying objects is composed of 16 members

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Unidentified aerial phenomenon. Image: United States Department of Defense

The team formed by NASA to study the mysterious flying objects has 16 people. Leading the team is Daniel Evans, Deputy Assistant Administrator for Research in NASA’s Science Mission Directorate. According to Evans, “NASA has brought together some of the world’s leading scientists, data and artificial intelligence professionals, aerospace security experts, all with a specific mandate, which is to tell us how to fully apply the goal of Science and data to the UAP”.

It should be noted that the study is a turning point for the US government, given its attempts – for decades – not to seriously address the issue. Commonly associated with flying saucers and spacecraft aliensthe term UFO was replaced by the government by UAP.

The formation of the group was announced in June and has the following expert members responsible for the study of unidentified flying objects:

  • David Spegel will be the Chairman of the NASA Independent Study, Chairman of the Simons Foundation, where he was the Founding Director of the Flatiron Institute for Computational Astrophysics.
  • Anamaria Beree is an associate professor of computer science and data science at George Mason University in Fairfax, Virginia. She is a research associate at the SETI Institute in Mountain View, California, and a research fellow at the Blue Marble Space Institute of Science in Seattle.
  • Federica Bianco is Adjunct Professor at the University of Delaware in the Department of Physics and Astrophysics at the Biden School of Public Policy and Management and Principal Investigator at the Multicity Urban Observatory.
  • Paula Bontempi has been a biological oceanographer for over 25 years.
  • Reggie Brothers is the operating partner of AE Industrial Partners in Boca Raton, Florida. Previously, he was CEO and board member of BigBear.ai in Columbia, Maryland.
  • Jen Bus is CEO of the Potomac Institute of Policy Studies in Arlington, Virginia.
  • Nadia Drake is a freelance science journalist and contributing writer for National Geographic. She has won journalism awards for her work at National Geographic, including the David N. Schramm Award from the American Astronomical Society’s High-Energy Astrophysics Division and the Jonathan Eberhart Award from the Planetary Science Division of the American Astronomical Society. ASA. Drake holds a doctorate in genetics from Cornell University.
  • Mike Gold is Executive Vice President of Civil Space and External Affairs at Redwire in Jacksonville, Florida.
  • David Grinspoon is a senior research scientist at the Planetary Science Institute in Tuscon, Arizona, and is a frequent advisor to NASA on space exploration.
  • Scott Kelly is a retired NASA astronaut, test pilot, fighter pilot and captain in the US Navy.
  • Matt Mountain is the president of the Association of Universities for Research and Astronomy, known as AURA.
  • Warren Randolph is the Deputy Executive Director of the Accident Investigation and Prevention Department for Aviation Safety at the Federal Aviation Administration.
  • Walter Scott is executive vice president and chief technology officer of Maxar in Westminster, Colorado, a space technology company specializing in earth intelligence and space infrastructure.
  • Joshua Semeter is a professor of electrical and computer engineering and director of the Center for Space Physics at Boston University.
  • Karlin toner is the Acting Executive Director of the FAA’s Office of Aviation Policy and Plans.
  • Shelley Wright is an associate professor of physics at the Center for Astrophysics and Space Studies at the University of California, San Diego. She is also a Principal Investigator for the Optical Infrared Laboratory at UC San Diego. Previously, she was an assistant professor at the Dunlap Institute at the University of Toronto.

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