In recent days, the world was shocked by images coming out of Ukraine depicting the apparent killings of civilians in Bucha.
With the recent release of the U.S. government’s proposed 2023 budget, this week we look at what President Biden’s proposal will help NASA accomplish in the coming year.
As the battle in Ukraine rages on, hopes that the conflict will soon end are now being voiced by an increasing number of Russians.
This week, we'll be looking at what NASA engineers and technicians had to say recently about the forthcoming rollout of the Artemis I mission's space launch system.
This week, we look at the Air Force Research Laboratory's plans for its new Cislunar Highway Patrol System.
Welcome to this week’s edition of The Intelligence Brief… with the battle ensuing on the ground in Ukraine, international tensions are boiling over into interesting spaces, including outer space. This week, we’ll be looking at 1) Russia’s partnership with NASA, and...
As the U.S. and other nations announce sanctions against Russia amidst the crisis in Ukraine, this week we examine concerns over retaliatory cyberattacks.
The James Webb Space Telescope could do more than just give us glimpses of distant alien worlds; it may even help us spot a few interstellar visitors.
This week, NASA has made a big announcement about its future plans to retrieve samples from the surface of Mars.
This week we look at what recent findings suggest about the possible existence of life on ancient Mars, and why the question of biology shouldn’t be ruled out.
A rocket is expected to crash into the Moon in early March... so why aren't many experts concerned? This week, we examine the surprising reasons why.
This week, we look at what a newly released report says about NASA and how it can optimize its efforts toward human space exploration in the years ahead.
This week, The Intelligence Brief takes a trip back in time, as we take a look at how people in decades envisioned the future world of 2022.
With Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin testing positive for COVID 19, we look at how the coronavirus has remained a challenge to U.S. national security.
This week, we look at the historic launch of the James Webb Space Telescope, the critical days ahead, and the discoveries it is expected to make.
As The Debrief looks back on its first year in business, one of the big areas we have covered involves the search for extraterrestrial intelligence, or SETI.
This week, as the Senate passes a defense bill that significantly increases the Pentagon's budget, we analyze some of its key provisions, and historic implications.
This week, we look at a joint NASA and U.S. Naval Research Laboratory experiment that got a bit of help from the U.S. Space Force in recent days.
This week, we look at the retirement plans NASA has outlined for the International Space Station, and future space stations it will build with commercial partners.
This week, we examine the DoD's all new UAP investigation effort, the Airborne Object Identification and Management Synchronization Group.
This week, we analyze a concerning incident involving a test by Russia and its burgeoning anti-satellite missile technology.
This week, we examine Russia's aspirations for the country’s new state armament program, and how this relates to unidentifed aerial threats.
This week, news of a surprise visit from an asteroid in late October has NASA talking about the prospects of its DART program.
This week, we turn our attention toward the Sun and the solar flare that has been brewing there in recent days that has researchers at NASA talking.
This week, we analyze a bombshell report appearing this week that disclosed how far the CIA had considered going to halt the efforts of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange.
This week, we look at actor William Shatner and his successful trip into space aboard Blue Origin's New Shepard spacecraft.
This week we look at the CIA's new China and Foreign Technology Mission Centers, and new information about losses sustained by the agency.
This week, we turn our attention to the question of longevity studies, and Silicon Valley's quest for Immortality.
This week, NASA makes some big announcements outlining its mission in the decades ahead, and talks about part of its core mission: seeking the unknown.
Welcome to this week’s installment of The Intelligence Brief… in this edition we’ll be looking at 1) The Debrief team’s recent appearance at the 30th annual International UFO Congress, 2) why Congress is looking at establishing a permanent office of...
Another concerning incident earlier this week on the International Space Station points to deeper problems for future operations in orbit.
This week, new details emerge about how Richard Branson's successful Virgin Galactic spaceflight in July almost wasn't... prompting an FAA investigation.
This week, we examine China's ambitions to build a mile-wide spacecraft, and what leaked emails are telling us about friction within the commercial space industry.
This week, we examine whether there was intelligence on the developing situation in Afghanistan that might have foreshadowed events that have transpired in recent days.
This week we examine the cycles of UFO interest throughout time, the pattern that emerges, and why current events involving the subject may represent something new for the future of UAP studies.
An incident aboard the ISS in recent days involving Russia’s Nauka module led to an unexpected spacecraft emergency.
Jeff Bezos has made his trip to space and back, and as the "Billionaire Space Race" continues, more controversy ensues.
This week's newsletter focuses on Richard Branson and the "Billionaire Space Race," as the English business mogul makes his way to space.
With the DoD’s recent cancelation of its JEDI contract with Microsoft, we look at the controversies that impeded the program’s progress.
Welcome to this week’s Intelligence Brief… on the heels of last week’s big release of the UAP Task Force report providing its preliminary assessment of unidentified aerial phenomena, this week we will turn a critical eye toward the report, and...
This week we look at SETI and UAP, and why some scientists think common ground exists between these very different areas of study.
The Pentagon is planning for extended military operations in the Pacific, in response to growing concerns about military threats from China.
This week we examine the recent passage of a bipartisan bill, the HAVANA Act of 2021, to aid victims of purported directed energy attacks.
This week's Intelligence Brief looks at Amazon Sidewalk, the retail giant's new data sharing program, and issues it has raised with relation to data privacy and transparency.
The U.S. Intelligence Community has been tasked with probing deeper into whether COVID-19 might have origins in a laboratory.
This week, The Intelligence Brief examines media coverage of recent statements by former government officials, and even a former US President, on Unidentified Flying Objects.
This week, we look at how the Department of Defense hopes to set the tone for future rules for operation in space, which will be shared by nations around the globe.
This week, The Intelligence Brief returns to the ever-timely analysis of the U.S. government’s investigation into unidentified aerial phenomena.
This week we look at the launch of a classified National Reconnaissance Office spy satellite on Monday, and what it means as the United Launch Alliance kicks off its 2021 launch season.