NASA Names its New UFO Boss
Initially, it said it wouldn't to avoid harassment
On Thursday, NASA released the name of its new point person for UFOs, hours after refusing to do so over concerns he would be harassed.
The announcement of the newly created position came the same day the agency published a report by a group of experts calling for a “government-wide approach” to collect data on UFOs, urging the public to use smartphone apps to help identify mysterious aerial craft.
Mark McInerney, who was previously NASA’s liaison to the Defense Department, will become the research director for UAP — unidentified anomalous phenomena, the government’s preferred term — overseeing the space agency’s work on the topic and serving as a communicator between federal agencies on UFOs.
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