Do aliens exist in the universe? NASA to study mysterious UFO sightings

Do aliens exist in the universe? NASA to study mysterious UFO sightings

Aliens have been discussed for years. Many strange claims are made about aliens every day in the world. Sometimes scientists are also surprised to know about these claims. Many people around the world have claimed to have seen UFOs and aliens. Do aliens exist in the universe? Scientists have been searching for the answer to this question for years, but so far they have not got any success. But there are claims of seeing aliens and UFOs every day.

Now in the meantime, the US space agency NASA has taken a big decision. NASA will investigate UFOs ie flying saucers to find out about the presence of aliens. The first public hearing about UFOs has taken place in the US Congress. Now several days later, NASA has told us that scientists are ready for research on the mysterious scenes seen in the sky.
The US space agency has announced the formation of a team of scientists to investigate high-risk and impact science. NASA says the scientists aim to research the available data to identify the best ways to collect future data. Along with this, scientists will find out how the information from the data can be used.
what will NASA do

NASA has said that the publicly available data will be assessed by an independent team. That team will try to understand how important it is to establish the validity of mysterious scenes seen in the sky. Thomas Zurbuchen, the head of NASA's science mission, says he is not shying away from risk.

He says that the biggest challenge of these incidents is that the data available in this area is very limited. He says that this decision of NASA can be criticized by traditional scientists, but we completely disagree with it.
It will take nine months to prepare the report

The team of scientists has not yet been formed for this study, but despite this, the team will take nine months to make a public report of the results of this study. For this work, NASA has planned to spend a budget of $ 10000. It has been told by the US space agency that the team will be headed by astrophysicist David Spergel, president of the Simmons Foundation to advance scientific research.

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