NASA recently announced on Twitter the official formation of a research team to investigate unidentified aerial phenomena (UAPs) and sky observations that cannot be identified as aircraft or known natural phenomena.
NASA has set up a research team dedicated to the study of unidentified aviation phenomena. The team consists of 16 people. The team, led by astrophysicist David Spergel and Daniel Evans as coordinating officer for the study, will include experts in astrobiology, data science, oceanography, genetics, policy and planetary science. The study began on October 24, 2022, for a period of nine months.
Daniel Evans said that NASA’s report will be made public, so that the public knows the information and results of the study, and anyone can refer to it.
David Spergel is an American theoretical astrophysicist and a professor at Princeton University. He is part of the Wilkinson Microwave Anisotropy Probe team and has been processing data sent back from space. In 2016, Sberg joined the Flatelon Institute of the Simons Foundation as the founding director of the Center for Computational Astrophysics. Academic research focuses on searching for planets near stars, studying the shape of the universe, and the formation and evolution of galaxies. His Wilkinson Microwave Anisotropy Detector paper is oft-cited.