Here’s our weekly roundup of new UFO and UAP content that’s hitting the streams – so much, we now have to fit it into a round-up, or we’d become a UFO website, rather than an SFF magazine.
Let’s kick off with UFO expert and former UK Ministry of Defence official, Nick Pope, who chats about the recent UAP intelligence report from the United States’ Office of the Director of National Intelligence to Congress. In contrast to many who expressed disappointment with the report, Pope indicated that he liked it because it was more revealing than he expected it to be, considering its source.
And here’s more from Nick, talking around UAP activity in the UK.
Here’s an interview with SETI astronomer Seth Shostak by our lad George. The Allen Telescope Array is getting new receivers, thanks to funding by Franklin Antonio, the co-founder of Qualcomm. Shostak also chats about Prof. Avi Loeb’s new Galileo project to survey the entire sky looking for anomalous, possibly ET objects like ‘Oumuamua. To cap it off, SETI has a new project – LaserSETI – being installed in Hawaii. The idea behind it is to monitor the skies for laser flashes (rather than radio signals) as possible signs of intelligent ET life.
And finally, here’s Richard D. with a little review of the history of astronauts in space spotting anomalous objects, UAPs, and similar.