You don’t have to believe in aliens and conspiracies several, there are crazy theories in many corners of the internet, so that you are curious to know what the strange object sightings which has been going on for decades. That is why the POTaccording to information published on its website, will study the renowned Unidentified Aerial Phenomena.
Unidentified flying objects will be studied in the coming months
Call him what you want. What is certain is that the american space agency has taken this investigation seriously and has selected 16 people what for inquire in a freak, which is still not clear if it corresponds to some kind of natural event or if they are ships that have not been identified so far. Will be from October 24 when this independent study start your course.
The investigation duration it will be of 9 months and this will serve to lay the foundations for future studies in relation to Unidentified Aerial Phenomena. For them, the participants will use declassified data and that had been obtained by government entities, commercial companies and other sources. It will be at the end of those 9 months, mid 2023when the report is made public and the findings obtained from the curious investigation begin to be known. The participantsby the way, they will be:
- david spergel: Elected as Research Director and current President of the Simons Foundation.
- Anamaria Berea: Associate Professor in Computational and Data Sciences at George Mason University.
- Federica White: Professor at the University of Delaware in the Department of Physics and Astrophysics.
- Paula Bontempi: biologist oceanographer.
- Reggie Brothers: Employee of AE Industrial Partners.
- Jen Bush: CEO of the Potomac Public Policy Research Institute.
- Nadia Drake: National Geographic journalist.
- Mike Gold: Vice President of Civil Space and External Affairs at Redwire
- David Grinspoon: scientist at the Planetary Science Institute in Tuscon.
- Scott Kelly: former NASA pilot.
- Matt Mountain: President of the Association of Universities for Research and Astronomy.
- Warren Randolph: assistant to the executive director of the FAA.
- Walter Scott: Vice President of the space company Maxar.
- Joshua Semeter: Professor at the Center for Space Physics at Boston University.
- Karlin Toner: executive director of the FAA’s Office of Aviation Policy.
- Shelley Wright: Associate Professor of Physics at the University of California.