NASA UFO Report Denies Alien Presence. National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) made a commission of 16 world’s top scientists and aerospace safety experts in June 2022 to examine and research Unidentified Flying Objects (UFOs)-related data.
The team was led by David Spergel, who is an astrophysicist and president of the Simons Foundation in New York City. The commission released a detailed 36-page report of its research and findings on Thursday, which was not a review of previous UAP incidents.
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The report stated that there is not sufficient data relating to UFOs and that there’s still no evidence that aliens or their UFOs have visited Earth. The report further stated that NASA scientists will now research and study UFOs using a new and modern scientific approach.
The report provided a roadmap about what data and information need to be collected in the future for a better understanding of the UFO phenomenon.
Recently, Brazil has officially unveiled the alleged remains of Alien bodies believed to be more than 700 years old. UFOs and other unexplained objects in the sky were considered to be fringe topics, but now it has become part of the mainstream debate.
NASA UFO Report Denies Alien Presence, and previously, many UFO sightings were mistaken and can be explained as balloons, drones, commercial airplanes, or weather events. Some of the events captured by random citizens remain unexplained because of the low-quality and blurry pictures and data.
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NASA also appointed a new chief of UFO research. In the end, NASA’s report drew attention to the importance of artificial intelligence and machine learning as essential tools for identifying and studying UFOs. There is a lot more to research and learn before we find the reality behind the UFOs, as they are still a mystery.
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