NASA announced this Thursday that it will create a special department to study Unidentified Aerial Phenomena (UAP), after realizing that UFOs are not being studied properly.
NASA announced this Thursday that it will create a special department to study Unidentified Aerial Phenomena (UAP), after noting that UFOs are not studied enough, and promised transparency in any possible discovery.
NASA Administrator Bill Nelson said the National Aeronautics and Space Administration has decided to appoint a new director – whose identity has not been revealed – to understand the frequently encountered “anomalies in the sky.”
“We will use artificial intelligence and machine learning to find anomalies in the sky and we will continue to search for habitability,” he said at a press conference presenting a report on how to improve UFO identification.
The head of the Scientific Mission of the American Space Agency, Nicola Fox, says that UFOs are “one of the greatest mysteries of our planet” and this is due to the “limited amount of high-quality data surrounding this incidents and often do it. they are anonymous.
“While there are many witness accounts and images associated with UAPs, they are inconsistent, detailed, and cannot be used to draw definitive scientific conclusions about their nature and origin,” he said.
NASA reached these conclusions after the study “Unidentified Anomalous Phenomena”, published today, which it commissioned from a group of independent scientists and which said that “at present, the detection of UAP is common incidentally, captured by sensors not designed or calibrated for this purpose and lacking complete metadata.
The new director of the UAP expert department, detailed by Fox, will be responsible for “centralizing communications, resources and data analysis capabilities across the federal government to build a robust database for to evaluate any incoming data.”
“The director will use NASA’s expertise in artificial intelligence, machine learning and space observation, tools that will support and enhance government initiatives,” he added.
At the press conference, Nelson – a former Democratic senator who in 1986 became the second member of Congress to travel in space – denied that the US Executive was not transparent about the events that were detected and could not be identified and insisted that NASA had found something -an that “there is no evidence that UAPs have an extraterrestrial origin.”
“Now there is a lot of concern that there are classified documents and that the US Government is not open. Well, we are the Government and we are open and we are open about it,” insisted Nelson, who also acknowledged that he could not put his hand on other government departments involved in UFO analysis.
Last July, a subcommittee of the United States Congress asked the government to report the data it had on unidentified flying objects after hearing statements from former members of the Army who claimed to have seen them and who also said that the authorities kept evidence of it.
The members of the subcommittee requested that the US Government establish a “transparent and secure” system so that these incidents can be reported to the authorities without damaging the reputation of the witnesses.
Several of the experts who participated in the study attended today’s press conference, including Dan Evans, who stated that the understanding of UAP is important because “it provides an opportunity to expand our understanding of the world around us” and It is also necessary for the issue of national security.
“The presence of the UAP raises serious concerns about the security of our skies and it is the obligation of this country to determine if these events pose any potential risk to airspace security,” he said.