In October 2022, six months ago, the US space agency NASA created an independent scientific team to study the unidentified aerial phenomena. That is, all those sightings that cannot be identified as aircraft or natural phenomena and that, until now, we don’t know what it is exactly. After several months of work, NASA has announced that it is ready to provide a first batch of results from its first independent study on UFOs, which will be released this Wednesday.
As the agency itself has announced, the first conclusions of this work will end in a public lecture This Wednesday May 31 at 4:30 p.m. (Spanish peninsular time). The meeting, which will be broadcast live through all NASA platforms and social networks, will serve to publicize the preliminary results of this scientific work before the publication of the big final report (expected for this summer). According to the announcement, “in accordance with the law of the federal advisory committee”, during the event questions from users about these enigmatic phenomena will be answered.
The event will take place on May 31 at 4:30 p.m. (Spanish peninsular time) and can be followed on all NASA platforms
Also today, after this public conference, NASA plans to hold a independent press conference (and probably ‘behind closed doors’) for the media. In this second meeting, as explained by the agency, it will be possible to comment on the results of the study with some of the experts who have led it. In this event will also be present Dan Evans (Deputy Administrator of NASA’s Department of Research and Science Mission Management) and david spergel (Chairman of the Simons Foundation and Chairman of NASA’s Independent UFO Study Team).
We will hold a public meeting of our independent study team on unidentified anomalous phenomena (UAP) on Wednesday, May 31 at 10:30 am ET (1430 UTC), followed by a conference call with the media.
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100 million dollars
Last year, the US space agency announced a investment of 100 million dollars to delve into the study of the enigmatic (and controversial) unidentified aerial phenomena. To this end, a team of “independent experts” was created, led by 16 professionals of different profiles (from astrophysicists and biologists to experts in artificial intelligence, science journalists and experts in diplomacy). One of the most famous names in the team is the astronaut scott kelly: one of the people who has spent the longest time in space (340 in total) and the protagonist, along with his twin, of the first study on how zero gravity affects genes.
He objective of this scientific projectas explained by its own promoters, is “find different explanations” to events that, until now, seem a mystery. “Understanding the data we have on these unidentified aerial phenomena is critical to helping us figure out scientific conclusions about what is happening in our skies”, explained then Thomas Zurbuchen, NASA Science Mission Program Manager. “There is a lot to learn”, the scientists highlighted during the presentation of this study group which, after six months of researchis ready to account for his work.