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Out There stories relating to "NASA"

Tuesday, December 16, 2014

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A stationary camera aboard the International Space Station recorded a flash of red laser light being fired, apparently toward Earth but more probably toward something in orbit above the atmosphere that cannot be seen. The reason is that the atmosphere would most likely diffuse the laser pulse, rendering it unreadable on the ground.

This appears to be an authentic piece of video. What we are probably seeing is not a UFO firing a laser pulse at Earth, but a satellite using a laser communications system that is classified by whatever country owns the two satellites involved.

Thursday, September 25, 2014

Of course this unusual Mars rock is probably just a trick of light and random erosion, but it is sufficiently regular to allow one to imagine that we might not understand Mars nearly as well as we think we do. We're not making any claims about the object beyond saying that it is as regular as if it had been carved, seems out of place in its surroundings and appears to be part of something that is buried. If a photograph like this was taken in a desert on Earth, the only question would be, 'who carved it?'

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Tuesday, April 8, 2014

This light appear to be emerging out of the Martian surface. One blogger, Scott Waring, says "This could indicate there there is intelligent life below the ground and uses light as we do." A stretch, but not impossible. Another blogger, Phil Plait of BadAstronomy.com says, "a subatomic particle smacked into the camera, leaving behind its trail of energy." As the image appears on more than one frame of film, this is impossible. A more likely explanation is that the light is a piezoelectric effect much like ghost lights on Earth, such as the Marfa Lights.

UPDATE: Out There was reliably informed that there exists more than one image of this light, but it turns out that only one image has been released. We continue to believe that more than one image exists.

Sunday, February 16, 2014

There is clearly a bright UFO in this photo from Curiosity. Does this mean that Curiosity has taken a UFO photo on Mars? The object appears in the photo on the NASA website. Here is a comment from one of our experts:

"If you copy the photo to your computer and then select and view it and zoom in on the bright white spot you can see that someone just pasted the shape over the rocks. It is a practical joke."

Somebody at NASA is having a little fun, it appears, but you never know. We have also asked NASA for a comment on the image and are awaiting an answer. For a larger image, go here.
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Tuesday, January 8, 2013

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This collection of video clips from the International Space Station reveals daylight versions of 'fastwalkers' that were sometimes seen on video from the Space Shuttle when it was in operation.

Tuesday, August 14, 2012

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This video has caused quite a sensation, but apparently it's an actor called Frank Vidal. To see Mr. Vidal in another video, doing a monologue from a play, click here. The real question is who would decide to post such a video, and why now? The Earth's magnetosphere is well along in a process of change that will lead to another pole shift, but, contrary to the claim in the "Dr. Sal" video, there is no evidence that it will happen in August of 2016, nor is there any reason to believe that the Van Allen belts would come to Earth as the video claims. What will happen, though, is that during the period of magnetic chaos while the poles are shifting, the surface of the Earth will be exposed to gamma rays and other energies from the sun that the magnetosphere normally keeps away from the surface. There will be significant danger to crops, large animals that do not shelter, and people who cannot find adequate shelter. It will be a  difficult time on Planet Earth, but there is no evidence that it will happen in two years.

Thursday, September 8, 2011

Joseph Farrell's website has some interesting material. He'll be on Dreamland this weekend.

Sunday, March 6, 2011

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Hard to be certain of this, but the objects don't look like space debris. Graded A for authenticity of the video, not accuracy of the interpretation, which cannot be known.

Tuesday, February 1, 2011

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NASA is required by law not to comment on unknowns that it discovers until the military has determined that they are not dangerous. So it remains silent on the wealth of evidence that it releases in the normal course of its operations, limiting itself to pointing out which objects are thought to be space debris and not commenting on the others. This video offers an outstanding compilation of NASA video, and illustrates the importance of changing the law, so that NASA can comment.

Wednesday, January 26, 2011

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If these are ordinary object, why don't they just say so? Two reasons: first, the are not allowed to propaganize the American public and therefore cannot lie; second, they are not allowed to admit the objects are unknown until the military says they aren't dangerous, which they will not do. Thus the silence.

Monday, November 29, 2010

Update: NASA's press conference has been rescheduled for Thursday and the Michigan man actually had no evidence of any ET life, according to Linda Moulton Howe, who spoke to him. No members of the press appeared at his press conference.

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NASA will hold a press conference tomorrow afternoon at 2PM to reveal a major astrobiology discovery that it is said will impact our understanding of life in the universe.

Sunday, November 7, 2010

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Strange one. The orbs appear to be anomalous, and the video is visibly from NASA TV. Grade A.

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