The US space agency (NASA) wants to better understand what are called “unknown anomalies” (Uaps, an acronym in English; or Fanis, in Portuguese). The term refers to what is associated in many cases with Unidentified Flying Objects (UFOs) and Unidentified Underwater Objects (Osnis).
By categorizing “alien apparitions” as Uaps that are eventually seen flying through the air or moving across oceans, NASA seeks to establish the conditions, in light of science, to attempt to explain such events. Most of them, in fact, end up with some explanation. However, according to the agency itself, between 2% and 5% remain in the field of “unknown anomalies”.
With the aim of creating more appropriate methodologies for conducting surveys and obtaining more accurate data on these phenomena, NASA has gathered, this week, an independent study team that explained, through a teleconference, how it intends to classify and evaluate such events.
“This public meeting is focused on conducting final deliberations before the agency’s independent study team publishes a report,” NASA said. According to the agency, the report will be published soon.
The paper will describe how to evaluate and study UAPs using data, technology and science tools. “It is not a review or evaluation of previously unidentified observations. The report will inform NASA of possible data that may be collected in the future to clarify the nature and origin of the UAP.”
The Uaps Independent Study Team is a board of 16 scientists from various fields, experts in topics relevant to potential approaches to the study of unidentified anomalous phenomena. Next, a roadmap of how scientific data and tools can be used to advance our understanding will be created.
“Currently, the limited, high-quality observations of the UAP make it impossible to draw scientific conclusions from the data about the nature of such events,” the agency said.
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Marcelo Di Cicco, astronomer and coordinator of the Exoss meteorite research project associated with the National Observatory, accompanied the conference call. According to De Cicco, the meeting made it clear that NASA recognizes the Uap phenomenon as a reality.
The agency also outlined the strengths and weaknesses of this type of study, as well as the difficulties in obtaining good quality data, with suitable sensors. Another interesting point is the initiative not to acknowledge any form of ethical harassment against those who study this type of phenomenon. Brazil agency from Seiko.
Another problem that caught the Brazilian astronomer’s attention was the fact that NASA representatives have stated, even categorically, that the agency does not have any privileged information, nor is it hiding any evidence of the existence of flying saucers.
With that said, “hundreds of conspiracy theories involving NASA and extraterrestrials are falling to earth,” and the commission also declared to the public that “it would be difficult to contain scientists about the secrecy of this kind of information, because the man of science, fundamentally, has an independence of thought and does not He usually passively accepts hierarchical views that do not seek the truth.
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