Dr. Jack Kasher
Dr. Jack Kasher is professor of physics and astronomy at the University of Nebraska. From 1975-1992 he was a consultant and summer employee at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory where he specialized in electromagnetic theory and did work on the Star Wars defense system. He spent the summer of 1991 working at NASA’s Marshall Spaceflight Center in Huntsville, Alabama. He has continued his research with NASA since that time, studying the surface of the sun. He is the Nebraska State Director for MUFON.
Dr. Kasher did a detailed analysis of the STS-48 shuttle mission video that shows anomalous objects moving in space in a controlled manner within view of the shuttle’s cameras.
This analysis report entitled,
“A SCIENTIFIC ANALYSIS OF THE VIDEOTAPE TAKEN BY SPACE SHUTTLE DISCOVERY ON SHUTTLE FLIGHT STS-48”
can be found here: