UAP Expeditions to Use Satellite Imagery in UAP Hunt

UAP Expeditions is an Oregon-based organization that seeks to provide a free public service field-testing for UAP-related technologies. UAPE hopes to provide “unassailable scientific evidence that UAP objects are real, UAP objects are findable and UAP objects are knowable.”

Kevin Knuth, a former scientist with NASA’s Ames Research Center and an associate professor of physics at the State University at Albany in New York, will employ satellite imagery to detect and monitor UAPs.

In an October 2020 Space.com article, Knuth said: “We are looking into using satellites to monitor the region of ocean south of Catalina Island where the 2004 Nimitz encounters occurred.”

Among questions UAPE is now focusing on:

Do the UAP appear with a certain frequency?
Do the UAP appear in conjunction with gray whale migration from Catalina Island to Guadelupe Island?
Can we now observe UAP on our own terms?

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