UAPx Announces Significant Discoveries in Understanding the UFO/UAP Phenomenon
End of Year Statement (2021) on the State of UAPx UFO/UAP Research
The primary purpose of UAPx is researching UFO/UAP while giving direct access to the general public of reviewed and analyzed data. UAPx designs, tests, implements, and utilizes specialized equipment to fill the gaps in sensor technology identified by the United States Government. Functioning as a civilian analog to the US Government’s UAPTF, the AOIMSG, and other offices tasked with studying the UFO/UAP phenomena, UAPx provides research, education, inspiration, and technological developments in the study of Unidentified Aerial Phenomena.
While UAPx supports efforts of organizations, such as Harvard-backed “The Galileo Project” and the “Scientific Coalition for UAP Studies,” we remain the only all-volunteer and non-funded civilian organization to have collected actionable scientific data regarding the UFO/UAP phenomena on multiple disparate sensor platforms with the goal of blind peer review and publication. However, with an internal policy of science first, UAPx remains concerned that there is no unified, comprehensive process for collecting and analyzing intelligence on UFO/UAP from civilians across the United States. Therefore, UAPx formed a mobile investigation team for the express purpose of gathering, analyzing, and disseminating relevant data to the public as it relates to UFO/UAPs. The UAPx Mobile Investigation Team creates detailed analyses of UAP data and intelligence reporting collected during expeditions which include, but are not limited to:
Measurements and Signals Intelligence
2021 End of Year Results
UAPx issues the following official statement regarding our collection and analysis of data as it pertains to the UFO/UAP phenomena:
Throughout 2021, UAPx members participated in expeditions in multiple locations across the American Mid-West and Southwest, areas known for…