The Latest From The DebriefMicah Hanks·January 21, 2021 Here are the top stories we’re covering right now… Hubble Spies a Stellar “Ghost” Last Seen at the End of the Roman Empire The Hubble Space Telescope is helping astronomers study the remains of a star that exploded nearly 1700 years ago. Section 31: The Military Coders Who Hacked How We Track Objects in Space Section 31 is a group of coders that have hacked their way into keeping track of all objects in Earth’s orbit, both known and unknown. Trump Signs Order on Threats Posed By Unmanned Aircraft Systems In one of his final acts as president, Trump signs an executive order aimed at addressing threats posed by unmanned aircraft systems. The Decades-Long UFO Taboo the Biden Administration Will Have to Face When Joe Biden is sworn in as the 46th President of the United States on January 20th, he will be embarking on an undoubtedly stressful tenure as commander in chief… and many wonder how the new administration may deal with the long-held “UFO Taboo.” Air Force Says Second B-21 Raider Currently In Production See Also The Latest From The Debrief The Air Force recently announced the production of a second B-21 Raider, and revealed first flight for the stealth bomber should come in 2022. NASA Analysis Says 2020 Is Tied for The Hottest Year on Record Last week, NASA announced that 2020 was the hottest year on record beating 2016 by one-tenth of a degree Celsius. Disturbing Study Says Facial Recognition Can Determine Political Affiliation New research claims facial recognition software can reasonably predict a person’s political affiliation based solely on facial features.