The study, which contains expert advice, is expected to take about nine months to complete.
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NASA has announced that it has set up a study group this fall to analyze unknown air incident (UAP) to advance “scientific understanding” of potential discoveries and future data collection and use.
The object of this independent study on UAP, a concept that has displaced the sect UFO (Unknown Flying Object), being older, “is based on the observation of phenomena in the sky that cannot be recognized from a scientific point of view as aircraft or known natural phenomena.”
limited number of comments UAP “Makes it difficult to draw scientific conclusions about the nature of such events,” said NASA In one statement, adding up these unknown events in the atmosphere “In the interest of both national security and air security”,
In that context, “establishment which events are natural Provides an important first step in detecting or reducing such incidents (…) and in “ensuring aircraft safety”.
In any case, the US government space agency said “There is no evidence that UAPs are of extraterrestrial origin”,
“The NASA He believes the tools of scientific discovery are powerful and apply here as well.” Thomas ZurbuchenAssociate Administrator for Science at Headquarters of NASA N Washington.
to book He explained that there is access to a wide range of Earth observations from space, and that “it is the lifeblood of scientific research.”
The scientist insisted, “We have tools and equipment that can help us improve our understanding of the unknown. That’s the definition of what science is. That’s what we do.”
The agency recalled that “it is not part of Department of Defense Unknown Aerial Phenomena Task ForceUnited States, nor its successor, the Airborne Object Identification and Management Synchronization Group.
However, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, better known as NASAMaintains close ties with the US government on “how to apply science instruments to shed light on the nature and origins of unknown aerial phenomena”.
Astrophysicists to lead space agency’s independent study team David SpurgelPresident of the Simons Foundation, New York, and Daniel EvansDeputy Administrator of the Investigación de la Diracín de Misines Cientficas de la NASA,
“Given the lack of observation, our first task is to collect only the most robust data sets we can,” Spurgel said.
It is hoped that the study, consisting of expert advice, take about nine months to complete,
“According to the principles of transparency and scientific integrity” NASAThis report will be shared publicly,” said Evans, who assured that “all NASA data is available to the public.”
,We take that responsibility seriously And we make it (data) easily accessible so that anyone can see or study it.”
Although not related to this new study, NASA is an astrobiology program that focuses on the origin, evolution and distribution of life beyond Earth.
From studying water on Mars to investigating promising “ocean worlds” like Titan and Europa, NASA’s science missions are working together to find signs of life beyond Earth.
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