Our Mission:

The Scientific Exploration of Unidentified Aerospace Phenomena.

Mission Abstract:

​(1.) To conduct, promote and encourage rigorous scientific examination of Unidentified Aerospace Phenomena (UAP), commonly known as Unidentified Flying Objects (UFOs).

 

(2.) To fully utilize scientific principles, methodologies and practices in the study of Unidentified Aerospace Phenomena observed and reported around the globe.

 

(3.) We provide scientific case analysis support to witness cases, other scientific organizations, and government entities who are looking for the certitude of facts to this phenomena.

 

(4.) We seek to share credible data with the public, the media, the government, and scientific institutions, so we can further our understanding of this enigmatic phenomena.

The Goals:

(1.) To establish a foundation and resource for credible, objective, scientific​ peer reviewed content on the subject of UAP.

 

(2.) To create partnerships in scientific​ and technological​ endeavors to explore UAP.   To establish partnerships with other scientific organizations, universities, and governments to help improve the data collection, data dissemination and research of the UAP subject.

 

(3.) To sponsor public and networking environments and events to augment communication within the serious​ research community.

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The SCU at its discretion will identify other organizations with which it is willing to partner.  If a mutual agreement can be reached that provides value to both sides an agreement will be created and signed between the two organizations.

Any individual or group that wishes to work with the SCU can do so by submitting a resume and requesting to be a Community Access Member.  Community Access Members will have access to the private SCU Facebook site and will be included in all communications.

Membership upgrades to Contributing Member status are determined after someone has joined the SCU and provided support through financial or work contributions.  In addition to Community Access Member benefits, they will have access to business cards, project teams, early access to the SCU Quarterly Review, and other benefits.

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We seek to share credible data with the public, the media, the government, and scientific institutions, so we can further our understanding of this enigmatic phenomenon.