Wednesday, April 23, 2014
By The Washington Daily News
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Tuesday, April 22, 2014
Self-confessed sceptic snaps photo of UFO over Caloundra
By Carly Rees
A COMMERCIAL pilot with more than 30 years' experience has been left scratching his head over mysterious lights he saw over Caloundra on Good Friday.
The pilot, who does not want to be identified, said he had never seen anything through the cockpit window that compared to the experience.
It has the self-confessed "world's greatest sceptic" questioning everything he believes about UFOs.
The Pelican Waters man was admiring the sky with friends about 8pm last Friday when they first saw two coloured lights in the sky. . . .
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VIDEO: UFO sighting above Lincoln in broad daylight
A strange object has been spotted in the sky above Lincoln and captured on video.
A set of five lights in the shape of a pentagon have been recorded above the city at around 7:30pm on April 16.
The video was taken in uphill Lincoln in the direction of Lincoln Cathedral.
The person who took the video claimed they were absolutely not Chinese lanterns and has labelled the phenomenon a UFO. . . .
By Don Dunwell
"Joan you have a large part of your book that is devoted to incidents that happened at Malmstrom Air Force Base and the missile locations up there ... there were alleged UFO sightings and the disabling of certain wings of the missiles . . .."
Shortly after the Second World War, the U.S. reported a flurry of aerial phenomena that came to be described as "flying saucers." Later, government investigators and others called them unidentified flying objects, or UFO’s. Despite the frequency of the sightings, the U.S. Air Force which was charged with investigating the reports, along with other scientists, tended to dismiss the sightings as other aerial phenomena such as weather balloons, birds or aircraft. But the persistence of some evidence, a Montana film in particular, has kept the issue alive. . . .
US Air Force's Secretive X-37B Space Plane Nears Day 500 in Orbit
By Leonard David
The U.S. Air Force's mysterious robotic X-37B space plane is sailing toward the 500-day mark in Earth orbit on a secret military mission.
The X-37B space plane presently in orbit is carrying out the Orbital Test Vehicle 3 (OTV-3) mission, a classified spaceflight that marks the third long-duration flight for the unmanned Air Force spaceflight program. The miniature space shuttle launched on Dec. 11, 2012.
The record-breaking X-37B mission now underway uses the first of the Air Force's two robotic space plane vehicles. This same space plane flew the first-ever X-37B mission (the 225-day OTV-1 flight in 2010), and a second vehicle flew the longer OTV-2 mission in 2011, chalking up 469 days in orbit.
X-37B space planes launch into orbit atop an unmanned Atlas 5 rocket from a pad at the Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida. The first two space-plane missions flew back to Earth on autopilot, each time touching down on a tarmac at the Vandenberg Air Force Base in California.
Earlier this year, the X-37B supplier Boeing Space & Intelligence Systems announced plans to consolidate space-plane operations by using NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida as a landing site for the space plane. . . .
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Monday, April 21, 2014
Russians with smartphones and dashboard cameras captured footage of a meteor that flashed across the night sky near the Arctic Circle over the weekend.
There were no reports of damage but the ball of fire raised eyebrows after a meteorite crashed to Earth near the Russian city of Chelyabinsk in February 2013, shattering windows, damaging buildings and injuring more than 1,200 people.
Footage from a dashboard camera in a car on a snow-lined road in the Murmansk region, north of the Arctic Circle, showed a bright ball streaking diagonally toward Earth, pulsating twice and disappearing behind a building. . . .
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By Kianga Kelley
WICHITA, Kan. — Jeff Templin is a amateur photographer. He says he’s seen it all until now. While taking pictures of wildlife back in February, something caught his eye. He said it looked like an unusual contrail.
“Right over the city, clear as a bell,” said Templin. “Anyone that was looking up would have seen it. You don’t usually see military or even civilian aircraft’s jets that leave contrails making those kind of severe departures off of the given route.”
Templin says the aircraft made several; severe 180 degree turns in the sky in the shape of an “S”, even more unusual.
“Absolutely silent, no sound,” he said.
So he snapped a few photos and took it home.
“When I put it on my computer and processed them, I was surprised to see this triangular shape that is not like anything you typically see,” he said. . . .
Sunday, April 20, 2014
The telescope big enough to spot signs
of alien life on other planets
By Robin McKie
Engineers are about to blast away the top of a Chilean mountain to create a site for the European Extremely Large Telescope. It will allow us, for the first time, to directly observe planets outside the solar systemCerro Armazones is a crumbling dome of rock that dominates the parched peaks of the Chilean Coast Range north of Santiago. A couple of old concrete platforms and some rusty pipes, parts of the mountain's old weather station, are the only hints that humans have ever taken an interest in this forbidding, arid place. Even the views look alien, with the surrounding boulder-strewn desert bearing a remarkable resemblance to the landscape of Mars.
Dramatic change is coming to Cerro Armazones, however – for in a few weeks, the 10,000ft mountain is going to have its top knocked off. "We are going to blast it with dynamite and then carry off the rubble," says engineer Gird Hudepohl. "We will take about 80ft off the top of the mountain to create a plateau – and when we have done that, we will build the world's biggest telescope there." . . .
. . . When completed, the European Extremely Large Telescope (E-ELT) and its 39-metre mirror will allow astronomers to peer further into space and look further back into the history of the universe than any other astronomical device in existence. Its construction will push telescope-making to its limit, however. Its primary mirror will be made of almost 800 segments – each 1.4 metres in diameter but only a few centimetres thick – which will have to be aligned with microscopic precision. . . .
By Tony Rennell
MoD expert has worked with the two closest witnesses - both servicemen - of the unexplained phenomenon in 1980
Ahead, a small clearing among the trees shone as bright as day . . .
And so began a mystery that has lasted a third of a century, the truth of what took place remaining as elusive now as it was on that Boxing Day in 1980. Did an alien space ship land, as the world’s UFO-hunters, ET-watchers and X-Files fans have always been desperate to believe?
Or, this being a strategic base for American front-line fighter planes, was there an accident involving some clandestine Cold War super-weapon, ruthlessly covered up by the military? Or was that strange glow just a trick of light and atmospherics from the beam of a lighthouse on the East Coast a few miles away? Or a case of mass hysteria, perhaps? Or just a Christmas hoax by bored American servicemen a long way from home?
Flights of fancy run wild in any direction you want when it comes to what history has dubbed the Rendlesham Forest Incident — and has done since 1983 when the News Of The World revealed the mysterious happenings in a front-page story headlined ‘UFO lands in Suffolk — and it’s official’ and quoted a top-secret report from one of the base commanders as its source.
Official denials and obfuscation followed. ‘Fabrication,’ screamed the Ministry of Defence. ‘Nothing of defence interest in the alleged sightings. No question of any contact with “alien beings”.’
A local forester put forward the lighthouse theory, which was latched onto by other newspapers eager to rubbish a rival’s scoop.
And so the whole affair descended into a chaos of claim and counter-claim — Close Encounter fanatics on one side, sceptics on the other, and the twain never likely to meet. . . .