The first satellite for UFO research is being planned and intended to search low-Earth orbit for any sign of unidentified objects. Dave Shock, the project coordinator of CubeSat For Disclosure says the shoebox-sized device will contain two cameras, “one pointing down and one pointing up.” He believes that the crowd-funded project has a good chance to photograph anomalous objects in space, as well as measure any fluctuations in magnetic fields or radiation readings with other instruments on board. It is scheduled to launched in early 2018 into a polar orbit at 193 miles above the planet. The satellite will be aloft for approximately three months until the orbit decays and it burns up in the atmosphere.
Ionized radiation: we have a scintillation counter, that enables us to measure the various radiation in our satellites environment. This is significant as it enables us to detect high energy particles, radiation, and other phenomenon.
Cameras: we will use two cameras with parabolic lenses, giving us a clear 360 degree view around our satellite.
Our instruments will allow us to scientifically verify visual anomalies with correlated radiation. This adds to the burden of proof required for extra-ordinary claims.
Got to give these guys an A+ for effort and creativity. Good luck!