A group is raising money to launch a small research satellite (CubeSat) into space for the purpose of gathering UFO evidence.

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. And, if the group raises enough money for the project, the hope is to include an onboard radar.

The team, led by software engineer and actor Dave Cote, is trying to raise $50,000 using the crowdfunding platform Indiegogo. The project offers some pretty cool perks for contributors, including the ability to receive instant data from the CubeSat and the ability to log in and send commands to the CubeSat.

If you’re interested in learning more about the CubeSat for Disclosure, all the information is available on the Indiegogo campaign page.

The CubeSat for Disclosure is just the latest effort in an emerging trend of groups embarking on the ambitious endeavor to acquire data to aid the scientific exploration of UFO phenomena.

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