НАСА принимает вопросы для публичного собрания своей независимой исследовательской группы по изучению неопознанных феноменов анамолуса


НАСА принимает вопросы для публичного собрания своей независимой исследовательской группы по изучению неопознанных феноменов анамолуса

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  1. thanks for posting. I work in the geospatial field and asked the following question:

    «Will the NASA UAP Study Team release the data model schema it used in categorizing and classifying UAP reports and does the team have recommendations regarding standardization of UAP reporting across federal agencies and civilian entities going forward? Additionally, did the committee deploy Extract Transform Load (ETL) scripts to compare similar but different UAP reporting databases (e.g., Department of the Navy versus other federal agencies and civilian reporting entities…etc) and will it make those scripts free and available to the public?»

    If we can develop and deploy a ANSI approved data model standard to use for collecting UAP reports, that would provide a significantly more streamlined ability to compare different databases and help built future databases that can «talk» to one another. It would also likely open the door for more AI based analysis. If NASA can release an ETL script, that would also be useful for civilian and non-governmental organizations studying the UAP phenomena.

  2. I really wish there was a way to scroll through the rest of the questions to upvote them. I suspect a lot of really good ones within the scope of what the actual study is about are buried under UFO lore stuff. I submitted a question about using the massive data from the Vera C. Rubin observatory (which is a brand new wide field telescope which takes data on a large portion of the sky every night looking for anything which changes, brightens, dims, moves etc, complete with a full array of sophisticated instruments such as spectrometers).

    No where to be found.

    Instead a question about finding boxes of documents related to Kecksburg is near the top when that’s not even what this study is remotely about.

  3. NASA officials might be justified in asking the news media — what ELSE would it take to persuade rational people that the stories of UFO encounters on Apollo mission are bogus? Ditto on space shuttle missions?

  4. Thanks for sharing!! Love everything you post.

    The question I submitted is: “Will this investigation by NASA be reviewing the published work by Dr. Jacques Vallée and the late Dr. John Mack?”

  5. Somebody should ask if they’ve told Jimmy Carter that the ‘UFO’ he spotted in Georgia in 1969 was really only one of NASA’s barium rocket launches from Eglin AFB. Have they any plans to apologize?

  6. That last question is too stereotypical — that shouldn’t be asked in a serious public forum, at least not that example. I don’t know of any credible evidence linking UAP to cattle mutations, that’s just opening the door to UAP discussions being the subject of satisfied laughs and rolled eyes.

  7. Bullshite questions with bullshit answers that’s what i expect
    No data on nimitz no data on phoenix lights 1628 cargo plane incident nuclear shutdown in malmstrom just more bullshit softball questions

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