21 Jan 2018 to /d/Space 7 1.7K 5.5K Warning Aliens: Get ready for CubeSat for Disclosure
The CubeSat for Disclosure will feature instrumentation for detecting and measuring radiation levels. This private UFO hunting satellite will also feature two cameras providing a 360 degree view around the satellite. Launch is scheduled for summer 2018
“We have former astronauts, military personnel, police officers and the former defense minister of Canada come forward stating that extraterrestrial UFOs are real ... How can this be ignored and brushed off as nonsense?” CUBESAT CAPABILITIES
Ionizing radiation: we have a scintillation counter, that enables us to measure the various radiation in our satellites environment. This is significant as it enables us to detect high energy particles, radiation, and other phenomenon.
Electromagnetism: we have the ability to detect EM, which is commonly measured in higher relative amounts during UFO encounters.
Cameras : we will use two cameras with parabolic lenses, giving us a clear 360 degree view around our satellite. We have removed the IR filters to allow us to capture more spectral range.
Radar: while this is a hope, but may not be feasible, we would like to have radar capabilities on our sat. Mini radars do exist, but they are a very new technology, so it may be difficult to get our hands on it. Radar would give us another tool for measurement, and would be among the first radars in space.
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