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NAVY opens up about UFO’s

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Over the past few months, there’s been growing speculation about the US military preparing a secret fleet of spacecraft that will soon hit the skies.
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We begin with the ongoing mystery surrounding the NAVY’s biggest viral hit

A story we’ve been following for some time on Space Channel News and recently, Popular Mechanics published an exclusive interview with operational specialists, radar operators and crew from the Nimitz to gain a different perspective of the incident.

“Their accounts provide overwhelming evidence that ‘someone’ was very interested in this event.”

Recorders for the ship’s advanced Combat Engagement Center (CEC) were wiped clean, along with the optical drives containing all the radio communications. There were Men in Black….Non Disclosure Agreements. Secret Helicopters. Black Boxes confiscated…and much more. Some great journalism from Popular Mechanics. Check out the Article HERE

Disclosure seems inevitable.

From official military footage to backyard cell phone video – sightings around the world are on the rise, and this one in particular caught our attention.

“A fleet of nearly identical unidentified aerial anomaly’s were spotted above Utah and North Carolina on the same day.” 

Adding to the mystery, another clip of hovering lights has emerged with similar timing to the other claims. A lot of these UFO’s could be flares or some other anomaly, but with the growing frequency of appearances and strange formations, these videos are hard to ignore.

Most likely, we’re being punked by the Space Force

If those floating lights are truly extraterrestrial, NASA’s new space telescope will probably find their home planet. The Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite (TESS) will be scanning nearby stars for ‘dimming events’ that happen when planets pass in front of their host stars, blocking some of the starlight. This data can indicate the size and orbit of exoplanets.

Between ground-based observations, ESA and NASA missions, astronomers are expecting to map over 50,000 exoplanet candidates in the next 10 years. An incredible age of discovery!

And that’s a small part of the Galaxy. It’s possible, there are many more.

Using a 250-year old mathematical concept known as the Titius-Bode Law, which correctly inferred the existence of Uranus before it was observed – has predicted our galaxy has literally trillions of habitable planets and moons.

“This means every star in the night sky has at least one to three rocky worlds with water and potentially life. Wow.”

As the hunt for ET rages on, China’s state-run media announced a bold new plan for manned missions to Mars. In the report from Beijing , China’s astronauts (Taikonauts) will first land on the Moon, set up bases for scientific operations, then journey to Mars to search for life

Check out our previous report on China’s Martian training facility in the Gobi desert. There’s no doubt they’ll be on Mars within the decade.

Currently, NASA is leading the world when it comes to Mars exploration, and recently found evidence of a mysterious oasis in Gale Crater, a one hundred mile-wide dry lakebed. This new data is showing unexpected oxygen fluctuations, suggesting it is being produced, and then removed from the atmosphere

“We’re struggling to explain this,” said Melissa Trainer, a planetary scientist at NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center. “The fact that the oxygen behavior isn’t perfectly repeatable every season makes us think that it’s not an issue that has to do with atmospheric dynamics. It has to be some chemical source we can’t yet account for.” 

While NASA’s rovers explore Mars from afar, Japan is bringing an actual asteroid back to Earth!

According to the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA). The probe will be returning with “carbon and organic matter” traveling over 186 million miles to drop off samples in Earth’s atmosphere with an expected landing next year in Southern Australia.

“Japan has landed on an asteroid traveling thousands of miles per hour, blasted it, collected material and returning those pieces back to Earth!!!!”

BRAVO Japan.

The first space themed ETF is now trading on NASDAQ, as “UFO”

Crop circle this for your 401k!

The space industry is really taking off….financially as well.

Wall Street is expecting Space to become a multi-trillion dollar business. As we’ve been covering on Space Channel News, millions of dollars are flowing into companies like Relativity Space, Leo Labs and just recently Virgin Galactic becoming the first publicly traded Space Tourism company! SPCE

So how do ordinary investors keep up and get involved? Check out ProcureAM

They’ve put together a bundle of 30 top performing space companies in an ETF (Exchange Traded Fund) called….wait for it….UFO! We’ll be covering ProcureAM extensively in future newscasts.

And a cool moment in space history, H.R. 1396 – The Hidden Figures Congressional Gold Medal Act has been signed into law by President Trump. The honor goes to Katherine Johnson, Dr. Christine Darden, Dorothy Vaughan and Mary Jackson for their service to the United States during the space race. But President Trump took things one step further with an additional Gold Medal Honor for ALL the women who served as computer programmers, mathematicians and engineers at NASA between the 1930’s and 1970’s. Fantastic….and well deserved by all of them!

From Hidden Figures, to the hidden Universe…A mind bending new book from theoretical physicist Sean Carroll suggests every important event in our lives has multiple possible outcomes and splits the Universe into alternate realities.

According to Carroll, since we are intrinsically connected to the quantum field, different versions of you share the same memories and have every right to be thought of as ‘you,’ but they’re separate people in a different universe. The number of universal branches increases over time, and the older you get, the more versions of ‘you’ there are.”

Basically, this confirms the existence good Spock, and evil Spock.

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