Funding UFO research

A Canadian software engineer is trying to prove once and for all whether UFO’s really exists. Videos and reports of apparent sightings are easy to find and one incident in on Lake Winnipeg in Manitoba earlier this year had many convinced they’re real, but the government called it an armed forces winter exercise.

So to try and monitor UFO activity privately, Dave Coté is trying to launch a small, private satellite. He expects it will cost around $50 000 and he’s currently raising money for the project on-line.

The project is called Cubesat for Disclosure. The small private satellite would be equipped with two 360 degree cameras, a special device to detect high-source radiation and with luck, a tiny radar unit the size of a postage stamp.

Coté hopes to start building it in about two months, then we’ll see if the truth really is out there…

For more information visit indiegogo.com/projects/cubesat-for-disclosure-low-earth-orbit-satellite#


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Mr. says:

Don’t we have many satellites in the air from different countries? What happened to their research?

OakieRF says:

Well, this is certainly a better way to spend $50K than feeding the hungry or donating towards disease research…..not.