In response to a series of anomalous encounters involving carrier strike groups and secure facilities, the Unites States Navy is drafting guidelines that will enable its personnel to report encounters with unidentified flying objects, in a move intended to create a formalized process that will collect, analyze, and ultimately destigmatize,
Former Nevada Senator Harry Reid is once again making a case for the US government to renew its studies into the phenomenon of Unidentified Flying Objects. Reid was part of a group that procured funding for the Pentagon’s Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program (AATIP), a program that investigated anomalous aerial phenomenon between
On October 15, a U.S. District Judge ruled that a lawsuit filed by a group of young Americans against the federal government over the issue of climate change will proceed on October 29, despite repeated attempts by the government to have the case dismissed.
Due to delays stemming from manufacturing and safety certification issues, the new manned spacecraft being developed by Boeing and SpaceX may not be ready to ferry U.S. astronauts to the International Space Station before NASA’s contract with Russia’s Soyuz program in November of 2019 runs out, meaning that beginning in late 2019, the ISS may not have an American presence onboard for the better part of a year — and possibly longer.