В среду, 31 мая, в 10:30 по восточноевропейскому времени НАСА проводит открытое собрание своей независимой исследовательской группы по классификации и оценке данных UAP.


В среду, 31 мая, в 10:30 по восточноевропейскому времени НАСА проводит открытое собрание своей независимой исследовательской группы по классификации и оценке данных UAP.

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  1. I don’t know if a lot of people read the actual press release. They ought to. It does not question the reality of UAP.

    This is what the release says:

    *The UAP independent study team is a counsel of 16 community experts across diverse areas on matters relevant to potential methods of study for unidentified anomalous phenomena. NASA commissioned the nine-month study to examine UAP from a scientific perspective and create a roadmap for how to use data and the tools of science to move our understanding of UAP forward. Right now, the limited high-quality observations of UAP make it impossible to draw scientific conclusions from the data about the nature of such events.*

  2. Just before I got banned from r/physics a user over there assured me that they had already seen this NASA study’s conclusions at a conference and that they found there is nothing to UAP. I wonder if that user was lying?

  3. It will be interesting to hear if they recommend [a parasitic UAP search using data from the Vera C. Rubin Observatory](https://www.reddit.com/r/UFOs/comments/nxq42n/idea_leveraging_the_vera_c_rubin_observatory_to/) which is uniquely suited for gathering high quality data on any UAPs in its field of view. I proposed this here on this subreddit 2 years ago, before Avi Loeb did the same in his announcement of the formation of the Galileo Project.

    Of course like most of my posts here it barely got any upvotes when I proposed it.

  4. It’s secretly, not-so-secretly, a meeting to gauge interest to influence their later report which will determine if they will pursue further study into UAP.

    This whole $100k thing was to study if and how they should study it.

  5. This is a good event to attend for serious students of the UAP, and right, NASA is not disputing the reality of UAP. They’re looking to just set good and relevant standards for data collection. Great topic to get in on! Thank you to the person who posted this an alerted us all to this opportunity. After carefully studying the NASA press release and making sure I understood correctly, I passed the link to this info on to about 20 serious UAP scholars by email.

  6. Will be keeping my eyes on this. I am not expecting an answer of «there are aliens or spaceships in our skies».

    I am however expecting an answer to if anything exists that justified further research. Hyped for this.

    But also scared that they will say «no nothing out there folx»

  7. «NASA is holding a public meeting at 10:30 a.m. EDT Wednesday, May 31, of its independent study team on categorizing and evaluating data of unidentified anomalous phenomena (UAP). The agency also will host a media teleconference at the conclusion of the meeting.

    NASA defines UAP as observations of events in the sky that cannot be identified as aircraft or known natural phenomena from a scientific perspective. The focus of this public meeting is to hold final deliberations before the agency’s independent study team publishes a report this summer.

    Outlining how to evaluate and study UAP by using data, technology, and the tools of science is a NASA priority. It is not a review or assessment of previous unidentifiable observations. The report will inform NASA on what possible data could be collected in the future to shed light on the nature and origin of UAP.»

    «RIGHT NOW, THE LIMITED HIGH-QUALITY OBSERVATIONS OF UAP MAKE IT IMPOSSIBLE TO DRAW SCIENTIFIC CONCLUSIONS FROM THE DATA ABOUT THE NATURE OF SUCH EVENTS.»

    There will be no conclusions! So don’t get too worked up about it. Should be a very interesting meeting but keep that in mind.

    Edit: If we’ve learned anything over the years in this subject we know that we’ll come out of this having more questions and more confusion.

  8. «We’ve evaluated and categorized all known UAPs and we’ve come to the unequivocal conclusion that they are meteors. We are rolling this temporary investigative force into NASA’s permanent Bolide Observation Records and Evaluation Division (BORED), where teams of devoted and inspired scientists from around the world will bring us exciting, ever-new information and discoveries about meteors!»

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