In recent years, incidents related to UFOs sightings have increased. Many people are trying to find the mysterious answer related to UFOs.
Now we can have some hope to know the mysterious answers related to this. NASA has formed a team to scrutinize UFOs and related topics.
NASA said on Thursday that it would explain UFO sightings through an independent team. The agency said that so far publicly available information will be studied.
Professionals will also determine how much information will be needed to reach final conclusions and how to use UFO-related information in the future.
"NASA believes that the tools of scientific discovery are powerful enough to be applicable in this context" said Thomas Zurbuchen, associate administrator at NASA Headquarters (Washington DC), Science Mission Directorate.
During the National Academy of Sciences webcast, he said, 'We are not running away from reputational risk, but our biggest challenge is that the information available with us is very limited in this regard.
The agency sees this as an important step in understanding the mysterious sightings in the sky, also known as UAPs or unidentified aerial phenomena.
NASA has said that this team will collect data on those events in the sky that cannot be identified as aircraft or known natural phenomena.
This study will continue for about 9 months. It will be completely open as no classified military data will be used for this.
The team will be led by astrophysicist David Spurgel, president of the Simmons Foundation.
In a press conference, Spurgel said, 'We have to approach these questions with a sense of humility. I have spent most of my life as a cosmologist. We don't know what is 95% of the universe.'