UAP sightings have reported various shapes over the years, with no definitive evidence supporting any particular shape as being more common than others. It’s important to note that UAP sightings are often subjective and may involve misidentifications or natural phenomena. This article reviews some of the common UAP shapes reported.Read More What are the Shapes of UAPs That Have Been Reported Over the Years?
On Sept. 24, 2023, NASA’s OSIRIS-REx became the first U.S. mission to deliver a sample of an asteroid to Earth. This article provides answers to frequently asked questions about the mission.Read More OSIRIS-REx: Frequently Asked Questions
NASA’s OSIRIS-REx (Origins, Spectral Interpretation, Resource Identification, and Security – Regolith Explorer) is the first U.S. mission to collect a sample from an asteroid and return it to Earth. Launched on September 8, 2016, the spacecraft arrived at asteroid Bennu in December 2018 and collected a sample from its surface on October 20, 2020. The mission aims to deliver the largest asteroid sample ever received on Earth, estimated to hold about half a pound of Bennu’s material or 8.8 ounces +/- 3.6 ounces (250 grams +/- 101 grams).Read More OSIRIS-REx: A Journey to Asteroid Bennu and Back
The report provides a review of the Department of Defense’s (DoD) space policy and describes its approach to protecting and defending space systems and protecting the Joint Force from adversary hostile use of space.Read More Report: Space Policy Review and Strategy on Protection of Satellites (DOD 2023)
The Office of the Director of National Intelligence (ODNI) has issued a Request for Information (RFI) to gather input on barriers encountered by commercial remote sensing providers when conducting business with the Intelligence Community and Department of Defense.Read More RFI: Overcoming Barriers to Use Commercial Overhead Data and Analytics Services in the Intelligence Community and Department of Defense (ODNI 2023)