NASA begins UFO hunt: Date given for first result
The top astrophysicists of the USA began to take extraterrestrial objects seriously. The new team formed by NASA will investigate UFOs.
The United States Aeronautics and Space Administration ( NASA ) has announced its plans to scientifically study UFOs. Established by NASA to investigate UFOs , the team will investigate objects of extraterrestrial origin and threats to national security.
NASA sets up special team to investigate UFOs
NASA experts involved in the research will explore data on unidentified weather events ( UAP ) from a scientific perspective. The UFO study is expected to take about nine months to complete, according to NASA’s statement .
The currently limited number of UAP observations makes it difficult to draw scientific conclusions about ‘aliens’. In addition, the United States believes that unidentified events in the atmosphere are of concern to national and air security. NASA, on the other hand, wants to be involved and share the results publicly.
It did not go unnoticed that NASA gave a close date of nine months for the first results. It should not be ignored that the USA has captured a total of 140 UAP images so far. It has also been confirmed that the objects in these images are not related to Russia or China .
This team, formed by NASA, will be led by astrophysicist David Spergel , who is also President of the Simons Foundation, which stands out with its scientific research . Spergel said:
“There is no evidence that UAPs are of extraterrestrial origin. But given the lack of observation, our first task is simply to gather the most robust data we can. We will determine how best to analyze data from civilians, governments, nonprofits and existing companies.”
The US Congress also recently held a session titled “Unidentified Weather Phenomena” (UAP). The Pentagon and other US secret services examined images of objects found to be making physically impossible flight maneuvers.