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An independent consortium of experts and scientists has published a comprehensive 33-page report on Unidentified Flying Objects (UFOs).

An independent report has suggested that NASA could play a vital role in gathering more data on UFOs, officially referred to as unidentified anomalous phenomena (UAP). The report, created by a group of experts and scientists in 2022, aimed to provide a roadmap for NASA to assist in researching UAP and scientifically examining these mysterious occurrences. The group did not find concrete evidence that UAPs were linked to intelligent alien life.

The report recommends that NASA utilize satellites and other instruments to gather additional information about these phenomena. In response to these findings, NASA has announced the appointment of its first director of UAP research. NASA Administrator Bill Nelson emphasized that this marks the first time NASA is taking significant steps to investigate UAP, approaching the matter without preconceived notions.

The report, spanning 33 pages and based on unclassified data, clarifies that while aliens are a possibility, they are not the only or the most likely explanation for UAP. It acknowledges that credible witnesses, including military aviators, have reported unexplained objects in U.S. airspace. While most of these incidents have been explained, a few remain unidentified as known human-made or natural phenomena.

The report suggests that NASA can enhance its efforts using existing technology and potentially employ artificial intelligence to analyze vast datasets for answers. It also underscores the need to combat biases and preconceived skepticism among UAP witnesses.

The report emphasizes the importance of a rigorous, evidence-based, data-driven scientific approach to understanding UAP. It cites the need for extraordinary evidence to support extraordinary claims, invoking Thomas Jefferson’s perspective on unexplained phenomena.

NASA’s assistant deputy associate administrator for research mentioned that NASA would not publicly release the name of the new UAP research director due to concerns about potential harassment, highlighting the harassment faced by those involved in the independent study.

NASA Administrator Bill Nelson clarified that while NASA actively explores the possibility of extraterrestrial life, UAP may not necessarily be evidence of such life. He stressed the need to shift the conversation about UAP from sensationalism to science.