UFO Buster Radio News – 357: Phoenix Turned 23, Antartica Alien Proof, and It’s Windy…33 Lightyears Away!
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Phoenix Lights! The most famous reported UFO sighting in the world
PHOENIX — The most famous reported UFO sighting in the world took place right here in the Valley.
Mysterious formations of static flashes lit up the sky on March 13, 1997 in an event known as the “Phoenix Lights.” The 23rd anniversary.
Watch the video above to see whether you agree with conspiracy theorists! Was it a UFO brigade or military roll call?
Do you believe the “Phoenix Lights” can be explained by something other than flares?
Alien UFO found in Antarctica is 100 percent proof of ancients aliens on Earth – odd claim
ALIEN hunters believe they have found a UFO in Antarctica which they claim is “100 percent evidence” that extraterrestrials have made their way to Earth.
Despite countless supposed UFO sightings, there is zero evidence to suggest that aliens have ever been on Earth. In fact, there is little evidence which supports the theory that life exists anywhere else in the Universe. However, one conspiracy theorist believes he has now found that evidence in the form of a triangular UFO which he spotted on an Antarctic island.
Prominent UFO hunter Scott C Waring believes he has spotted a UFO which suggests that aliens not only made their way to Earth but have also lived here.
Mr Waring claims the UFO and base were only uncovered as the warming globe caused snow and ice to melt away in the Antarctic.
The conspiracy theorist spotted the supposed spaceship on the Lavoisier Island using Google Maps.
Mr Waring wrote on his blog ET Database: “I was looking over an island in the Antarctic region when I came across a craft.
“It looks metallic and its sitting in an area which appears to be the location of an ancient alien base.
“This craft was revealed after warm years had melted the ice and snow revealing the secret craft below. This is 100 percent evidence that aliens have lived on Earth long before humanity ever made cites.”
However, some people who commented on Mr Waring’s work were not in agreement with the alien hunter.
A YouTube user who goes by the name moogie8596 simply said: “Looks like a rock ridge to me.”
ARE THERE ALIENS ON FAR-AWAY PLANETS? WINDSPEED MAY BLOW US TO THE ANSWER
ON APRIL 10, 1996, a tropical cyclone swept through a small island in Australia and set the world record for fastest wind speed ever recorded on Earth, by measuring winds at 408 kilometers per hour.
Those Earth winds may are puny compared to the swooping gusts that take place on objects outside our own Solar System. Yes, we’re talking about wind speeds on exoplanets. More precisely, we’re talking about the search for aliens on those exoplanets.
A new study, published Thursday in the journal Science, provided the first measurement of atmospheric wind speed outside the Solar System. The leading scientist behind the study developed the new method to be able to measure winds in distant worlds, which could be applied to our quest to find habitable exoplanets.
“This is the first time the method we used to do this has been attempted,” Katelyn Allers, a professor of physics and astronomy at Bucknell University, said in a statement. “The idea is similar to how winds could be measured for Earth, but in terms of things that you could determine from afar.”
For the study, the team of researchers used data from NASA’s Spitzer Space Telescope and the Karl G. Jansky Very Large Array, looking at radio wavelength observations of a brown dwarf dubbed as 2MASS J1047+21, located around 33 light-years away in the constellation Leo.
the scientists behind the new study monitored the brightness of the brown dwarf and used periodic changes in its brightness to determine the speed of the wind.
From their observations, the researchers were able to measure the distant world’s powerful winds, which whip at a chilling speed of an average of 660 meters per second, or roughly 2,400 kilometers per hour. An average windy day on Earth has wind speeds that measure between 11-13.5 meters per second.
In order to look for signs of habitability, scientists check for certain signs that the planet may contain some form of life. One of the most telling features of a habitable exoplanet is its atmosphere, and whether or not it has atmospheric conditions that could support life.
Therefore, getting a better idea of an exoplanet’s atmospheric wind speed is one of the main pillars when looking for habitability on that planet.
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