NASA Joins in UFO Hunt



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NASA spokesperson Karen Fox just confirmed to the news media outlet The Daily Mail that the agency "has consulted with multiple government entities" about collaborating in the search for extraterrestrial life here on Earth. Since its creation, the space agency has repeatedly claimed it is not in the business of studying UFOs, but that is all about to change.

Those closely following NASA's public policies on UFOs attribute this change of posture to last week's first congressional hearing on Unidentified Aerial Phenomena (UAP). With the creation of the Pentagon's Airborne Object Identification and Management Synchronization Group (AOIMSG), new mandates are in effect compelling all military and scientific branches of the government to share data about UPA they may have in their possession with the Department of Defense's UFO group.

The supporting role NASA will play in this investigation is already yielding promising results. According to sources, NASA is currently sifting through archival shuttle data in search of potential UFOs and providing those records to AOIMSG for further review. The agency is also interviewing astronauts about strange sightings they may have had during their space missions. More in the link below.