News JVTech New UFO investigation: Who are these NASA-trained specialists?
Published on 26/12/2022 at 20:50
NASA launches UFO investigation with 16 leading specialists in many fields!
NASA sets up a team to study UFOs
This is a very serious announcement that NASA recently made in relation to UFOs. To be more exact, it is to do research about unidentified anomalous phenomena or Unidentified Anomalous Phenomena in good English, that a team of 16 people was selected to participate in an independent study team.
For information, observations and features in the sky that cannot be identified as aircraft or as known natural phenomena are categorized as UAPs.
For 9 months, this team will work on this subject in order to create a solid base that can be used in future NASA studies. It will determine how information collected by government, commercial and other sources can be analyzed to shed light on these anomalous phenomena.
We’ve selected 16 individuals to participate in an independent study team on unidentified aerial phenomena (UAP), or observations in the sky that cannot be identified as aircraft or known natural phenomena. The nine-month study will begin on Oct. 24: https://t.co/RsVP4kggwd pic.twitter.com/OQ5XecW0Ai
— NASA (@NASA) October 21, 2022
16 specialists were brought together by NASA to research UFOs
UFOs, which are commonly associated with extraterrestrial spacecraft, are of both national security and air safety interest. Studying these unknown phenomena fulfills one of NASA’s goals, which is to ensure the safety of aircraft. Without access to a large amount of data, it is almost impossible to verify or explain an observation. The purpose of this study is thus to inform NASA of the nature of the data that could in the future help to discern the nature of UAPs.
Exploring the unknown in space and the atmosphere is at the heart of NASA’s mission. Thomas Zurbuchen Associate Administrator of the Science Mission Directorate at NASA
The NASA official who organized this study was Daniel Evans, associate deputy administrator for research at NASA’s Science Mission Directorate. Here are the members who are part of it:
It is chaired by David Spergel, president of the Simons Foundation. Cited more than 100,000 times in scientific publications, he played a key role in establishing a standard model of cosmology. Anamaria Berea is a distinguished astrobiologist who is used to working with data and uses many methods to discover the fundamental patterns that can be found there. Federica Bianco is a scientist who works in the fields of Physics and Astrophysics. It uses scientific data to study the universe and find solutions to problems related to urban planning on our Earth. She has notably been published in more than 100 peer-reviewed research articles. Paula Bontempi has been a biologist-oceanographer for more than 25 years. She has conducted NASA research on ocean biology, biogeochemistry, the carbon cycle and ecosystems as well as numerous marine science satellite observation missions. Reggie Brothers specializes in emerging technologies. Today in the private sector, he had the opportunity in his life to work for the Department of Defense and Research, but also for MIT. Jen Buss is the CEO of the Potomac Institute of Policy Studies. Prior to this role, she worked extensively with NASA to explore strategic issues and strategic planning processes for astronaut medical care and cancer diagnostics and therapy. She is recognized globally as an authority in her field for analyzing science, technology trends and policy solutions. Nadia Drake is a science journalist who contributes to National Geographic. She specializes in covering astronomy, astrophysics, planetary science and jungle topics. She also has a doctorate in genetics. Mike Gold is the executive vice president of Civil Space and External Affairs at Redwire in Florida. He previously held several important roles at NASA and led the creation and execution of the Artemis Accords which set the standards for behavior in space. David Grinspoon is notably a frequent adviser to NASA on space exploration. He is on the science team for many interplanetary spacecraft missions like the DAVINCI mission to Venus. Scott Kelly is a former NASA astronaut. He commanded expeditions 26, 45 and 46 of the ISS (International Space Station). He is one of those who stayed the longest in space with a one-year mission to the International Space Station. Matt Mountain is the president of the Association of Universities for Research and Astronomy. (AURA in English). He manages a consortium of 48 universities around the world that helps NASA operate observatories, including the Hubble Telescope and the James Webb Telescope. in the prevention department for aviation security. Walter Scott is a specialist in earth intelligence services and space infrastructures. Joshua Semeter is a professor of electrical and computer engineering as well as director of the Center for Space Physics at the boston university. There, he conducts research on the interactions between the Earth’s ionosphere and the space environment. Joshua Semeter’s lab activities include the development of optical and magnetic sensor technologies, the design of radar experiments and signal processing, and the application of tomographic and other inversion techniques to analysis. distributed and multimode measurements of the space environment. Karlin Toner is a specialist in threats to international civil aviation. She served as the FAA’s Global Director where she led its international strategy while managing this topic. She has also been a director at NASA, notably auogram of airspace systems. Finally, Shelley Wright is an associate professor of physics at the center for astrophysics and space studies at the University of California. It specializes in galaxies, supermassive black holes and the construction of optical and infrared instruments for telescopes using adaptive optics such as integral field spectrographs. She is a researcher and instrumentalist in the SETI program (Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence). She is also the Principal Investigator of the Infrared Optics Laboratory at UC San Diego.