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NASA has said that it has established a 16-person team of experts to investigate UAP sightings, the government’s euphemism for UFOs, and that the independent, nine-month probe will commence as early as next week.

Who is on the team?

These specialists range from a former astronaut who spent 520 days in space over four missions to a science writer, a biological oceanographer, the CEO of a space technology business, and an FAA official.

What are the team’s goals?

The announcement brings NASA one big step closer making good on its promise to study an increasingly public cache of unexplained UFO sightings, including mysterious encounters made by US Navy pilots.

“Exploring the unknown in space and the atmosphere is at the heart of who we are at NASA,” Thomas Zurbuchen, associate administrator of the Science Mission Directorate at NASA, said in the statement.

“Understanding the data we have surrounding unidentified aerial phenomena is critical to helping us draw scientific conclusions about what is happening in our skies,” he added.

The Government’s Acknowledgement of UFOs

Three recordings depicting UFO sightings by Navy aircraft were released to the public by the Pentagon at the end of April.

The Drive, a website that focuses on automotive news and military concerns, filed a Freedom of Information Act request and was the first to publish the findings, according to CNN. The infrared footage appears to depict fast-moving UFOs. Two of the clips show naval pilots marveling at the speed of the objects. One person suggests a drone could be responsible.

Reportedly these videos were released with the cooperation of Luis Elizondo of TTSA (To The Stars Academy).

Before the Advanced Aviation Threat Identification Program at the Pentagon was shut down, Elizondo worked there. The program was sort of like a real-life X-Files.

Medium reports that he felt “encouraged by the Pentagon’s forthrightness and honesty” in releasing the videos. Since leaving the Pentagon over two and a half years ago, I have been actively working on this issue, as I believe it merits discussion not only within the government, but also beyond it. In spite of some recent setbacks, I have faith that the Pentagon will maintain its recent openness. Recognizing a problem exists and accepting responsibility for it are the initial steps toward finding a solution.

Elizondo claims the Navy has reacted on the films and confirmed their veracity. The Navy calls these video anomalies “unidentified aerial phenomena” (UAP).

What’s Next?

With so much information to sort through, the newly formed team has an enormous challenge.

The team “will identify how data obtained by civilian government institutions, commercial data, and other sources can potentially be evaluated to offer light on UAPs,” the announcement states. After that, the report will provide a plan for the government to follow in order to analyze UAP data in the future.

We welcome this initiative and look forward to hearing the findings of the investigation into the causes of these encounters, which will undoubtedly involve the brightest minds in our country.

Data, as Zurbuchen put it, “is the language of scientists and makes the incomprehensible, explainable.”


Hopefully, in due time we can actually get to see the receipts to all these UAP activities and to get to the bottom if it’s really life from another world or just next gen military technology.


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