The 16 individuals who will head NASA's investigation into unexplained aerial occurrences have been made public.
It will take nine months for the independent UFO inquiry, which will start on October 24, to examine "observations of happenings in the sky that cannot be classified as aircraft or as known natural phenomena."
The group will examine unclassified information from civil government agencies, private companies, and other sources.
According to NASA, results from the project, which focuses on how this data might be examined to explore mysterious airborne occurrences, will be made public somewhere near the middle of 2023.
Thomas Zurbuchen, assistant administrator of the Science Mission Directorate at NASA headquarters, stated that "exploring the unknown in space and the atmosphere is at the core of who we are at NASA."
To make informed decisions about what is occurring in our skies, it is essential that we comprehend the data we have on unidentified aerial phenomena.