UFO Buster Radio News – 407: Roscosmos UFOlogy, New Netflix Documentary, and Do You Believe in Alien Moon Bases?
‘Space guests’: Russian cosmonaut captures possible UFO footage from International Space Station
Ivan Vagner captured video of mysterious lights which ‘appear flying alongside with the same distance,’ he said in a tweet
A one-minute video captured by Russian cosmonaut Ivan Vagner aboard the International Space Station (ISS) appears to show potential UFOs, Global News reports.
While passing over Antarctica and Australia, Vagner was recording video of aurora australis — the southern lights — but he managed to catch something else, too.
Space guests, or how I filmed the new time-lapse.
The peak of aurora borealis when passing over the Antarctic in Australia’s longitude, meaning in between them. However, in the video, you will see something else, not only the aurora.
Visible are the glowing curve of the Earth and the green of the aurora moving across it. The “space guests” Vagner refers to appear from nine seconds into the video and last until the 12-second mark, a string of four to five lights arranged in a diagonal line.
Since the video was shot in a time-lapse, the flash of “objects” which quickly appear and disappear in the video actually lasted some 52 seconds. The objects “appear flying alongside with the same distance,” Vagner wrote in further tweets. “What do you think those are? Meteors, satellites or … ?”
While NASA has yet to comment on the sighting, Russia’s space agency Roscosmos boosted Vagner’s tweet with the note: “An interesting and at the same time mysterious video made by cosmonaut of Roscosmos Ivan Wagner … from the International Space Station.”
The other ISS crew members have not addressed the footage but Vagner has reported that it has been submitted to Roscosmos experts for review. The video is being examined at the Space Research Institute of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Russian outlet TASS confirmed. One official told TASS:
“It is too early to make conclusions until our Roscosmos researchers and scientists at the Space Research Institute of the Russian Academy of Sciences tell us what they think. It was decided to hand over those materials to experts, who will tell us what that was in their opinion.”
The man who tried to contact aliens from his grandma’s living room
A new documentary follows the 30-year cosmic quest by US space enthusiast John Shepherd. What drove him to beam messages and music, from Can to Coltrane, into space?
In the mid-1960s, when he was a boy living in rural Michigan, John Shepherd began thinking of ways to make contact with alien life forms. “It was round about the time that a show called The Outer Limits was on television,” he recalls. “I remember being fascinated by the idea of somehow building my own scientific instruments to explore the mysterious phenomenon that is extraterrestrial life.”
In 1972, from the living room of his grandparent’s house, he began chasing his dream by broadcasting a series of electronic tone pulses “towards the stars”. So began an extraordinary 30-year journey he called Project STRAT (Special Telemetry Research and Tracking). It would soon take over his life, and the lives of his grandparents, who found themselves living amid an expanding array of what he calls “beautiful and unusual instruments”, including dual-channel oscillators, cathode-ray tubes, giant screens to monitor incoming signals and a low frequency transmitter sending signals millions of miles into deep space.
Though he had little money, he trawled military surplus sales and a wholesale electrical warehouse in nearby Traverse City, collecting the materials he needed. In the garden, he erected “a two-storey 150,000 volt output stage” mounted on a pair of tall metal towers made from salvage that included a dismantled ski-lift. In the living room, scientific equipment was arranged, floor to ceiling, along one wall.
“Often, people passing by at night in their cars would see a bank of lights blinking in the living room and they’d pull over to stop and stare,” he says. “Maybe they had been watching The Outer Limits, too, and they were wondering what was going on. I remember some people even thought we had built a Russian spy system.”
In 1998, due to lack of funds, Shepherd reluctantly dismantled his lab and put everything in storage, where it remains. He guides Killip through the jumbled space with a flashlight, pointing out his beloved machinery – satellite communication equipment, high-powered microwave tubes, a high-voltage transmitter accelerator. “These are just the remnants,” he says, “the leftover pieces of thought.”
“I miss it,” he tells me, “I really do, but I saved it all. It’s like a collection of beautiful objects. Waiting.”
Last Thursday, Netflix premiered an intriguing short film called John Was Trying to Contact Aliens, which earlier this year won the prize for best documentary short at the Sundance festival. Shot, edited and directed by Matthew Killip, son of the revered British documentary photographer, Chris Killip, it distils Shepherd’s 30-year quest into just 16 magical minutes.
Alien base on Moon proves ETs OWN lunar satellite – bizarre claim
ALIEN hunters have claimed to have discovered a base on the Moon which is supposedly PROOF that extraterrestrials OWN our lunar satellite.
Conspiracy theorists have been sent into a frenzy after spotting what they believe to be an alien base on the lunar surface. Not only is this proof of aliens, according to certain ET hunters, but also that an advanced species owns the Moon.
The bizarre claim was made by prominent alien researcher Scott C Waring after he spotted a strange anomaly on the lunar surface.
Mr Waring wrote on his blog UFO Sightings Daily: “Alien base found on Moon, 100 percent proof aliens own Moon.
“This is a white structure, which I call the white ceramics.
“These structures are near impossible to photograph due the powerful reflection of light bouncing off of them.
“I added contrast and they came into focus. I added yellow to the building area so you can see exactly what I see.
“It does take years of practice and patience to allow your eyes to adjust to not only the black and white photos, but to search for similar signs of structures that I have found in the past ten years.
“This has to be one of the top ten. The map ruler is not accurate, its true size is close to 300 metres across. and 50 metres high.”
However, the ‘alien base’ in question is more likely to be a meteorite impact.
There are millions of them all over the Moon because it barely has an atmosphere so even a meteor which is as big as a grain of rice can make a sizeable dent in the surface.
Sceptics and NASA say the structure and other similar findings are just the effects of pareidolia – a psychological phenomenon when the brain tricks the eyes into seeing familiar objects or shapes where they do not exist.
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