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NASA report on UFOs: see what the agency says about the phenomena

NASA presented, this Thursday (14), a report commissioned to raise possibilities on how the agency can contribute scientifically to the analysis of UFOs (unidentified flying objects), now called by it “unidentified aerial phenomena”.

NASA director Bill Nelson, during a statement made this Thursday morning, reported that the study showed that the agency can use data, artificial intelligence and machine learning to investigate UFOs and make all information public to combat the sensationalism surrounding the issue.

“[Encomendamos esse relatório] with a few goals in mind: understanding how NASA can study UFOs from a scientific perspective, changing the conversation from sensationalism to science, and making sure that information about what we find or recommend is shared transparently around the world,” said Nelson.

He also announced the creation of a UFO research directorate, which will be tasked with developing and coordinating NASA’s vision for UFO research.

No evidence of ETs

At the event, David Spergel, president of the independent team that produced the study commissioned by NASA, stated that the current approach to the UFO study, led by the United States Department of Defense, resulted in a sparse sampling of data, which compromises the analysis. .

“We know there is missing data. For its analyzes in other areas, NASA always uses a scientific approach and most UFO events do not present this quality in the data,” he declared.

Spergel reinforced that, following current methodology, science has not found any evidence that UFOs are extraterrestrials.

“The work showed that most of the events were identified as planes, balloons and drones. In anomaly analysis, the first step is to eliminate the possibility of it being a conventional event before moving forward and identifying new phenomena.”

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Source: CNN Brasil

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