The team is a counsel of 16 community experts across diverse areas on matters relevant to potential methods of study for UAP.
NASA commissioned the independent study to better understand how the agency can contribute to ongoing government efforts to further observation of events in the sky that cannot be identified as balloons, aircraft, or as known natural phenomena from a scientific perspective.
NASA released a report of the independent study team on UAP, containing its findings and recommendations which aim to inform NASA on what possible data is available to be collected and how the agency can help shed light on the origin and nature of future UAP.
#China launched the second of three modules to complete its new space station. The space module is 18 meters long and weighs 22 tons and is also equipped with different areas for scientific experiments pic.twitter.com/1vZaAm5M6s