On Monday, New York Comic Con announced that it is hosting a virtual panel called Can blink-182's Tom DeLonge uncover US government UFO Secrets?.

During the panel, DeLonge will be discussing his experiences with UFOs and the To The Stars Academy. He will be joined by the former intelligence officer and UFO hunter Luis Elizondo.

Read more: Linkin Park’s ‘Hybrid Theory’ anniversary merch is a throwback to 2000

DeLonge's To The Stars Academy has had some breakthroughs over the years when it comes to unidentified aerial phenomena. They released three videos in December 2017 and March 2018 that showed objects in the sky that reportedly dated back to the mid-2000s.

A year later in 2019, the U.S. Navy acknowledged these videos and considered the “phenomena contained/depicted in those videos as unidentified.” This all eventually led to the To The Stars Academy’s partnership with the U.S. Army. Then, in April 2020, the Pentagon officially released three videos featuring alleged evidence of UFOs.

More recently, To The Stars Academy is trying to make some changes in the U.S. government. On June 23, To The Stars Academy was able to get language regarding unidentified aerial phenomena inserted into Senate Select Committee on Intelligence Authorization Act. If passed, how the government conceals and reports on classified information regarding UFOs would change.

Ultimately, To The Stars Academy wants the public to have more access to classified information pertaining to UFOs. That way, everyone can have further knowledge and understanding of these past and future discoveries.

Read more: Another ‘SpongeBob’ spinoff starring Patrick Star is reportedly on its way

Now, it looks like DeLonge is preparing to talk in-depth about To The Stars Academy's plans and his own experiences with unidentified aerial phenomena. On Aug 16., the Angels & Airwaves frontman is taking part in a virtual panel for New York Comic Con.

YouTube page

Outside of To The Stars Academy, Angels & Airwaves recently released an atmospheric video for their latest single "All That's Left Is Love."

Last month, Travis Barker also shared that Box Car Racer, his side project with DeLonge, has unreleased music fans will probably never hear.

Are you going to watch Tom DeLonge's New York Comic Con panel? Let us know in the comments below.