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NASA has appointed a new director of research into unidentified flying objects (UFOs) following a recommendation from an expert panel. The panel found no evidence of an extraterrestrial origin for these objects, but called for increased efforts to gather information on them. NASA Administrator Bill Nelson expressed his belief in the existence of life beyond Earth but said the chances of otherworldly beings visiting Earth were low. The new research director will establish a database for the evaluation of future UFO sightings. The panel's report called UFOs "one of our planet's greatest mysteries."
NASA has named a new director of research into unidentified flying objects (UFOs) or UAPs, but the agency's chief says there is no evidence of an extraterrestrial origin for these objects. However, NASA aims to increase efforts to gather information on UAPs and play a larger role in helping the Pentagon detect them. The new research director will establish a robust database for the evaluation of future UAPs.
NASA's report on UFOs finds no evidence of extraterrestrial origin but acknowledges the need for new science techniques and AI for better understanding. The agency aims to shift the conversation from sensationalism to science and address the stigma around UFOs. The report recommends using advanced technology, engaging the public, and exploring crowdsourcing systems for gathering data.