NASA UFO announcement LIVE stream: confirms existence of unidentified anomalous phenomenaThey will publish a full written report on their unidentified anomalous phenomena (UAP) findings 30 minutes before the press conference
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NASA confirms existence of UFO's
NASA finally broke its silence and shared important details about unidentified anomalous phenomena in a live conference.
On Thursday the U.S. agency held a press conference and presented an independent report on Unidentified Anomalous Phenomena (UAP).
The report that has been released was developed by 16 experts from different areas related to the investigation of these strange appearances.
The "unidentified anomalous phenomena exist" and "are a clear danger to U.S. airspace". This has been the main conclusion of the NASA report published this Thursday.
The study has analyzed the sightings of unidentified objects by pilots and military and that NASA will face as "a challenge".
"Anomalies in the skies".
NASA Administrator Bill Nelson was charged with announcing the creation of a department specializing in the study of Unidentified Aerial Phenomena (UAP), which will attempt to make sense of the "anomalies in the skies" that are frequently encountered.
"We will use artificial intelligence and machine learning to look for anomalies in the skies and continue to search for habitability," he said at the press conference.NASA is due to host a live press conference on Thursday to discuss its UFO findings. The National Aeronautics and Space Administration launched an unidentified anomalous phenomena (UAP) independent study group back last year in 2022 with the goal of improving both technology and methods to detect UFO's.
There is also a full written report of the discoveries, which will be published online roughly half an hour before the press conference. The organization has confirmed though that it will not specifically discuss UFO sightings.
This is NASA's second public press conference this year. The first took place in May after significant public pressure to address the topic of UFO sightings.
NASA has affirmed on several occasions that due to the low quality and infrequency of UFO sightings, it's very difficult to draw any proper scientific conclusions.