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“The limited amount of high-quality reporting on unidentified aerial phenomena (UAP) hampers our ability to draw firm conclusions about the nature or intent of UAP.” 

- From the Executive Summary of the OFFICE OF THE DIRECTOR OF NATIONAL INTELLIGENCE Preliminary Assessment report on Unidentified Aerial Phenomena (June 2021)

The question “are we alone?” has never been fully answered.  With each image and data set arriving back from Hubble and James Webb the frivolous, Sci-Fi cultural expression of alien life is less frivolous.  There is an anxiety about our place in the Universe and it impacts our human community in many ways. 

The government and military are now addressing the question of UAPs with heightened seriousness and attention. As the understanding of UAPs' existence and nature becomes more mainstream, numerous questions emerge, particularly concerning commercial space and beyond.

As we enter into the Summer season in New York, a time for enjoyment and fun, we are going to have a fun, but serious Roundtable asking questions such as:

  • Why do we really care?
  • Why are we spending so much to learn about UAPs?
  • What would happen if we discovered we are not alone?
  • What would be the financial, cultural and psychological impacts to our species?
  • If there is a limited amount of quality reporting as DNI maintains and an inability of national agencies to draw conclusions, what business opportunities does it bring to our commercial sector?

Looking up at the night sky, your sense of wonder, commercial instincts and our basic human nature are guaranteed to be triggered by this July Roundtable.  You will not want to miss one of the most fascinating conversations of the year.

Join our panel, including author and Penn State professor Greg Eghigian along with SpaceNews reporter Debra Werner and our regulars Joe Fargnoli (“The New York Minute”), Tamara Bond-Wiliams and Roundtable Moderator, SSPI’s Lou Zacharilla for an out of this world conversation!

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17 Jul 2024
12:00pm - 1:15pm EDT

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