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Association for the Study of Unidentified Aerospace Phenomena (ASFAN) -
Address: Blvd. Lascar
Catargiu 21, Bucharest, Romania. The building of the "Admiral V. Urseanu"
Astronomical Observatory of the Municipality of Bucharest.
Scope: The Association,
which obtained juridical personality in 1998, is studying the unidentified
aerospace phenomena in keeping with the knowledge and the hypothesis of the
contemporary science, with emphasis on the Romanian cases. In this purpose,
we resort to the support of the institutions, which hold specific
information, and laboratories endowed with modern apparatus. We use also to estimate the social and psychological effects of the unidentified sightings,
having in view a correct information of the public at large, through our
web-site and through the mass media.
In view of the overall
character of the unidentified aerospace phenomena, we want to establish a
strong cooperation with other organizations, for a profitable exchange of
data, methods and opinions.
Dan D. Farcas
Ph.D., mathematician, IT specialist
studying of several Romanian UFO reports,
public conferences, UFO courses, several books on this
subject published in Romanian by the members, papers, many radio and TV comments
on current events, personal contacts with other UFO researchers, mainly in
Europe, both West and East.
To expand our activity
through regional offices in Romania, to establish
contacts with other organizations in this field, mainly through the web, to
realize courses for Romanian students in UFO research.
we have not our own
periodical. Our members publish mainly in Romanian popular science magazines
or in books.
We published some papers in the European Journal of UFO and
Abduction Studies (EJUFOAS) from Southampton, Great Britain (1999-2003), and we were
represented in its editorial board.
presentation of our activity
- as it was published in "Flying Saucer
Review" Vol 53/1 Spring 2008
ASFAN is included in the EuroUfoNet
network, being represented by Dan