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Jacques Fabrice Vallée (born September 24, 1939) is a French-born computer scientist, astronomer, author, and ufologist. In the course of his career, he was responsible for co-developing the first computer mapping of Mars, participated in the development of ARPANET, and has been deeply involved in the study of Ufology, arguing for its scientific legitimacy and promoting the Interdimensional hypothesis.
- Vallée, Jacques (1965), Anatomy of a Phenomenon: Unidentified Objects in Space - a Scientific Appraisal, NTC/Contemporary Publishing
- Vallée, Jacques; Vallée, Janine (1966), Challenge to Science: The UFO Enigma, NTC/Contemporary Pub.
- Vallée, Jacques (1969), Passport to Magonia: From Folklore to Flying Saucers, Chicago: Henry Regnery Co.
- Vallée, Jacques (1975), The Invisible College: What a Group of Scientists Has Discovered About UFO Influences on the Human Race, Dutton
- Hynek, J. Allen; Vallée, Jacques (1975), The Edge of Reality: A Progress Report on Unidentified Flying Objects, Chicago: H. Regnery
- Vallée, Jacques (1979), Messengers of Deception: UFO Contacts and Cults, And/Or Press
- Vallée, Jacques (1988), Dimensions: A Casebook of Alien Contact, Contemporary Books
- Vallée, Jacques (1990), Confrontations - A Scientist's Search for Alien Contact, Ballantine Books
- Vallée, Jacques (1991), Revelations: Alien Contact and Human Deception, Ballantine
- Vallée, Jacques (1992), UFO Chronicles of the Soviet Union: A Cosmic Samizdat, Ballantine
- Vallée, Jacques (1992), Forbidden Science: Journals, 1957-1969, North Atlantic Books
- Vallée, Jacques (2009), Forbidden Science, Volume Two: Journals, 1970-1979 - California Hermetica, Documatica Research, LLC
- Vallée, Jacques (2010), Wonders in the Sky: Unexplained Aerial Objects from Antiquity to Modern Times, Tarcher
- Vallée, Jacques (2016), Forbidden Science, Volume Three: Journals, 1980-1989 - On the Trail of Hidden Truths, lulu.com