Hi, my name is David Ong, director of PhotonBytes a Simulations Aerospace ThinkTank in Australia and co-founder of The Space Plane Corporation a nonprofit I currently am on the board of directors registered in the United States designing an open source design for single stage to orbit capabilities of a fixed-wing aircraft. My specialty is discrete computational physics using Runge Kutta and C++ OpenGL visualization simulation software. I hold a Bsc in Science from Murdoch University as well as minors equivalents for electronic engineering, chemistry and physics. I also hold a pilot license.
I am currently campaigning to set up an international non-profit organization that will use the Scientific Process to analyze the UAP/UFO phenomenon. This includes the use of drone and telescope array technology to monitor UFO/UAP hot spots and gain high-quality/resolution photo and video footage of phenomena, not the grainy pixelated kind you normally find. All data video and imagery will be made available to the public according to our legal charter. We serve the public, not government. Governments have shown a poor track record of being transparent to the public, we will succeed in this area where they have failed.
There are 6 phases to this project:
0. Fund Raising.
3. Crop Circle monitoring
4. UFO/UAP interception
5. Micro Satellites
0. Fund Raising
We are here. I will need to see that there is sufficient support from the public to fund this operation and not only justify my time with a salary but also begin the process of advocacy and lobbying. The funds will also begin the process of Research and Development of systems to gain high-resolution video images of UFO/UAP activity. This includes R&D and the development of a "Photometer" an optical array of electronic cameras in a thermal and visual spectrum like an optical phased radar array. This device will be mounted on land rovers. Also the procuring of jet-powered drones that can approach UFP/UAPs at near Mach 1 while being able to video them with a camera at those speeds with accuracy and precision. A go pro mounted on a gimble is not going to cut it if it's not shielded at near the speed of sound. The R&D of balloons that can be tethered to a land rover with miniature electronic cameras to monitor crops from an elevated position with an omnidirectional field of view. The cost of setting up the internet streaming service for such drones will need to be met, this can be as simple as sim cards with an internet package or a Starlink system.
This is already ongoing as I reach out to professionals in this field as well as people in my circle of Aerospace experts who have their specialist skills to offer.
A not-for-profit organization is the ultimate goal here which will be transparent and answerable to the public. With registrations all over the globe. The cost to register in Australia could be as much as $10,000 but in the United States $90. Eventually, we need to have as many registrations as the Salvation Army does to become a respectable international organization with professional standards.
We will record the cooperation and resistance of individual leaders of governments and publicize their responses. This will keep our government officials answerable to the public on this subject.
3. Crop Circle Monitoring
A 24/7 crop monitoring system will include electric Predator-style fixed-wing drones that can circle the trouble spots with a high lift-to-drag ratio for optimal power efficiency and can monitor day and night with a thermal camera for hours at a time in shifts. Solar-powered drones will also be considered. There are existing companies that supply such solutions. We also need a spectrometer to analyze the light from any craft that appears.
4. UFO/ UAP Interception
Once the activity is detected, an interceptor jet-powered drone will immediately make contact by making a close fly-by or even attempt a head-on collision with the phenomenon to collect data. We need to determine if these objects are solid or not.
5. In a decade when there is sufficient funding we will also want to have microsatellites that can enhance our monitoring program and even send some to the Moon and Mars to explore and photograph for ourselves controversial spots such as Cydonia on Mars and verify all Apollo moon landing spots including Apollo 11. This will act in the interest of our objective of disclosure to act in the public interest of settling controversial disputes about space and the UFO or UAP phenomenon. There is also the case to fly satellites over controversial areas of interest such as Antarctica to verify Admiral Byrd's claims in his diary of a cavity in the continent.