NASA is going to remake satellites into devices for finding aliens

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(ORDO NEWS) — As part of the “unidentified aerial phenomena” study, NASA experts are developing plans to transform their satellites into devices that can analyze potential extraterrestrial activity. This is reported by the Daily Star.

NASA says it is considering turning satellites into alien-search devices as it will improve UFO searches qualitatively.

According to the plans of scientists, their satellites will be used to probe space for unexplained sightings without the need for NASA to send additional equipment into orbit.

This is part of a much larger “unidentified aerial phenomena” study due to begin later this year.

According to The Telegraph, NASA Associate Administrator Pam Melroy said at a press conference in London: “This team will be looking at questions like.

‘Do we have sensors that can see things, you know, take another look at the evidence?’

“One of the big questions is: “We have a ton of satellites looking at the Earth. Are any of them helpful?

Last month, NASA unveiled its plans to study unidentified aerial phenomena, and space scientists are already developing plans to use the technology they already have in space.

Among other things, the study will focus on identifying available data, how best to collect future data, and how to use this data in relation to unexplained sightings.

For now, NASA says there is no evidence that any unexplained sightings are extraterrestrial in nature. However, solving this problem is of great importance and has implications for national security and aviation safety.

Associate Administrator for Science at NASA Headquarters in Washington, Thomas Zurbuchen, said: “NASA believes that the tools of scientific discovery are powerful and applicable here as well.

We have the tools and the team to help us improve our understanding of the unknown. This is the very definition of what science is. This is what we do.”


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