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UAPx Inc UAP/UFO Exclusion Checklist

UAPx Inc. receives dozens of reports of UFOs and UAPs on a near-daily basis. We sincerely appreciate, encourage, and respect anyone who dives into this murky world of understanding our existence and the phenomena at large; however, we do not accept previously recorded/captured data from outside sources. The reason for this is that there is no way for us to verify the provenance and accuracy of the data presented. However, we don't want to discourage anyone from actively seeking data, evidence, and answers to what is flying around in our skies.

As a 501(c)(3) Scientific Research Organization, we provide our research and analysis to our data only - but we also want to empower the general public with tools, processes, and methods to increase the accuracy of the data you collect.

UAPx Inc has compiled a list of resources that every UFO/UAP researcher should have in their pocket when scanning the skies for ambiguous or anomalous activity. We encourage everyone to bookmark this page for future reference and when you see something you can't immediately explain, use this list of references to check for known objects such as Starlink satellites, the ISS, Hubble, Stars and Planets, Space Debris, Transponding Aircraft, Military Flights, Solar Flares, Auroras, High-Frequency Radio Flux, Coronal Mass Ejections, Near Earth Objects and Asteroids, and a slew of other potential events which can often be mistaken for UFOs and UAP.

For anyone who is actively collecting imagery or data on potential UFOs/UAPs, we HIGHLY encourage you to adopt a process whereby you record your position, date/time, elevation, and azimuth to the event and weather data - then use the below resources to help eliminate known objects/events. Special Thanks To Pete Wassell for curating this list for UAPx.


Planes and Drones


Meteors and Asteroids

Earth Weather

Satellite Imagery


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Excellent exclusion list. Any search process must exclude these cases every time it sees an object in the sky.

But are we prepared to detect something where nothing can be seen?

If an advanced technology visits us, it obviously avoids us, because otherwise we would have already proven that it exists. To avoid us you must use cloaking technology. We don't know how they might camouflage themselves, but we can at least consider assuming a camouflage that our tech already masters.

In 2019, the Canadian company "HyperStealth Biotechnology" created an invisibility foil that hides the central object and only allows you to see the background. Here you can see how it works. If the leaf is close, it is easy…

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