There has been very little scientific data collected from space in relation to UFOs, and this is about to change, as a global team of researchers have started the CubeSat for Disclosure project. Dave Cote, a software engineer from Vancouver, Canada, initiated this project after seeing so many credible people come forward claiming that Earth is being visited by extraterrestrial beings. “We have former Astronauts, Military personnel, Police officers and the Former Defence Minister of Canada come forward stating that extraterrestrial UFOs are real, and that we are being visited”, says Cote, “how can this be ignored and brushed off as nonsense?” The group has turned to crowdsourcing the project on Kickstarter.
With so many UFO sightings, and testimony on the topic of extraterrestrials and UFOs, it’s about time someone conducted some concrete verifiable experimentation. And the timing seems just right, as small satellites, called CubeSats, are able to be sent to orbit for as little as $20000 USD. And as technology progresses, with individuals like Elon Musk learning to land booster rockets for re-use, it’s going to get even cheaper.
CubeSats, almost shoe box sized, can pack a lot of science equipment into a small place. They are cheap and cost effective. “We are a go for launch already”, says Cote, “but we are looking for more funding so we can pack it with as much science equipment as possible.” The CubeSat for Disclosure team aims to have image, infrared, electromagnetic, and radiation sensors. This would give the capability of not only verifying visual data, but also correllating it with other events such as electromagnetic and radioactive fluxuations. Ionized radiation will be measured with a scintillation counter. Two cameras will capture a near 360 degrees around the CubeSat, and the infrared filters will be removed in order to cover more of the visual range.
The Satellite will be in low Earth orbit for two or three months, the team says. Time in orbit all depends on space weather. Even solar flares can cause drag on the Satellite so it is not known just how long the Satellite will orbit before it burns up on re-entry. Maybe if they’re lucky, the Satellite will get a full three months.
The CubeSat for Disclosure team consists of: Dave Cote, Project Manager and Software Engineer; Dave Shock, Project Coordinator with a past Satellite project for UFO research (a 200 million dollar project that could not find funding); Matthew Lippert, an Electronic and Software Engineer and CubeSat Optimization Specialist; Gianna Young, Design Consultant; Mark Richfield, Press Relations and Network Engineer; Pat Regan, UFO Consultant and Author of “UFO: The Search for Truth: The Search Continues”; Nathalie Savoie, Administration.
We can only hope that those who would like to know the truth will step forward and help the CubeSat for Disclosure project. Check out their Kickstarter and some of the Perks they are offering: http://kck.st/1Q1bChr