NASA is making a special team of scientists to find out the secret of aliens or UFOs

NASA said on Thursday that it is going to create a team of scientists that will investigate strange or unknown phenomena in the sky, which are called UFOs. The US government is now taking this issue seriously.

The US space agency says the team’s focus will be on identifying the available data. So that future data can be gathered and that information can be used to investigate these events. For this, NASA has approached David Spergel, former head of Princeton University, who will lead the team. Apart from this, Daniel Evans will also be in this team, who is a senior researcher at NASA’s Science Mission Directorate.

NASA says that it is going to spend thousands of millions of dollars in this mission, which will be at least $100,000 (about Rs 7,782,500).

The announcement comes a year after the US government released a report, compiled by the Office of the Director of National Intelligence, in conjunction with a Navy-led task force. It consists mostly of observations by naval personnel of unidentified aerial incidents.

Thomas Zurbuchen, chief of NASA’s Science Unit, told reporters at a conference: “We’re looking at the Earth from a new perspective, and we’re looking at the other side as well. What we’re going to do here is just one thing.” To begin a search of which we have not thought of any result in our minds.”

US officials have called UFOs a national security issue. NASA said in a news release that the unknown incidents happening in the atmosphere are a matter of concern from both the point of view of air safety and national security. Taking such incidents seriously and identifying them is an important effort in the direction of air safety. It is also part of NASA’s Air Safety Goals.