Exciting new quest to search for ET!
I was recently contacted by UFO witness (Nathalie Savoie) who sent me some fascinating information as below...
Local Effort to Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence
A team of young Canadians wants to do something extraordinary; they want to put a satellite into low earth orbit that will be equipped to detect possible extraterrestrial craft.
Maple Ridge brothers David and Marcel Cote, along with Gianna Young, and Matthew Mills (who all possess degrees in various fields of expertise) came together to apply the tools of science to the controversial field of UFOs. Dissatisfied with current efforts to answer the question, “are we being watched by extraterrestrials” the group came up with a workable solution: putting a cost effective “CubeSat” into low earth orbit with instruments to detect high energy particles, cameras to capture images of objects detected and radar to track those objects.
The Freedom of Information efforts that have given the public access to thousands of documents that contain data and witness testimonies related to extraterrestrial observation of humanity have left many with the impression that the ridicule aimed at supporters of ufology by sceptics in the media and in the various governments of the world appear to be orchestrated to discredit those individual investigators and control that information.
This team of Canadians feel, as many people in the world feel, that current efforts by governments regarding the issue of extraterrestrials watching us is pitifully lacking and upon learning of the CubeSat program decided that this was the direction that would have the greatest chance of yielding answers to that question.
CubeSats are a type of standardized, modular satellite for research in space and are made up of 10×10×11.35 cm sized units each weighing up to 1.33 kgs each and can be a single modular satellite or be several linked to form a larger satellite. They are extremely cost effective and are intended for low Earth orbit.
The team’s CubeSat will be capable of detecting and measuring various radiation sources which can then be visually confirmed with two nano-cameras operating with parabolic lenses for a 360 degree view around the satellite. They are also hoping to include a micro-radar system if they can secure a unit at reasonable cost (they are a very new and expensive technology), which would give them the ability to verify detected objects in space.
The team’s goal is to secure $50,000 in funding for the project, which they are currently pursuing with crowd-sourced funding efforts at:
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"Good luck to these young folks who appear to be embarking upon an amazing venture..."
NB I previously reported the Nathalie Savoie UFO sighting here...
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There are several companies that offer equipment for what are called CubeSats, also referred to as nanosatellites. These are small satellites that offer an affordable way for students, researchers, and private companies to have their own little satellite. The cubes measure 10x10x10 centimeters.
The UFO CubeSat team is planning on purchasing a readymade cube from Pumpkin Incorporated that is called a CubeSat kit. The kit comes with the cube, an onboard computer and a way to program the cube. The user can then add more instruments. CubeSat for Disclosure plans to add cameras, a way to communicate and download information from the satellite from the ground, and a scintillation counter. The Indiegogo site says the scintillation counter “enables us to measure the various radiation in our satellites (sic) environment. This is significant as it enables us to detect high energy particles, radiation, and other phenomenon.”
They hope to also install radar if possible. They will use two cameras with parabolic lenses in order to get a 360 degree view around the satellite. Their main goals is to hopefully capture verifiable data and images of UFOs. They feel the topic has been ridiculed, but that it is worthy of “rigorous scientific study.”
Two examples they give as to why UFOs should be taken seriously is that “countries are beginning to release highly classified documents proving their governments interest in aliens and UFO’s (sic),” and that “hundreds of highly credible witnesses have come forward with testimony that at least some UFOs are verifiable alien technology.”