IGAAP - Research

 

Members of IGAAP act on basis of the confirmed fact that artificial objects of unknown origin are observed in our atmosphere visually and on radar on a regular basis. To develop a theoretical explanation the physical charcteristics of these objects must be known. For this purpose, scientists of IGAAP have already collected about 1.400 cases from literature and witness testimonies which contain descriptions of certain interactions between these objects and the environment. IGAAP's objective is to search for new physical theories which can help to explain the characteristics as well as the origin of these objects. IGAAP escpecially emphasizes the assistance of witnesses who made contact with unknown phenomena.

 

Chairman of IGAAP is the physicist Illobrand von Ludwiger (member of the MUFON Science Review Board) who has been investigating these phenomena for over 40 years.