Amazing video of a bright fireball crashing into the earth has been featured on many news outlets. Along with the footage are photos of the crash site, which show metal spheres. Sources now say this "UFO" or "meteor" was really a piece of a satellite, in other words it was space junk.
As of 2016, the United States Strategic Command claims to track a total of 17,852 artificial objects in earth’s orbit, including 1419 operational satellites. That's a lot of potential space junk.
TexasUFOs has reported on many astonishing "meteor/UFO" crashes this month, from the meteor that caused an earthquake in Michigan to the meteor that exploded over Russia, turning night into day and causing the ground to shake. And to make matters eerier, all of this incredible sky activity is happening less than a month before the anniversary of the 2013 Valentines Day meteor over Russia, which injured thousands of people who were living in or visiting the Ural Mountains at the time.
With cases like these, it is difficult to know whether not we are looking at a meteor or "space junk" or crashing spacecraft!
If this "meteor" was really a piece of a satellite, could other "meteors" that have been reported on by the media also have been space debris?... Could a space storm launch our own satellites (known and MIA) and spacecraft right back at us? Or could there be a secret space war raging above our heads, as the late astronaut Edgar Mitchell suggested?
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An extremely large cone-shaped, explosive object was seen ascending over Los Angeles, according to multiple eyewitness reports, photos and videos.
Fortunately it was not aliens invading, and unfortunately it was not Santa making an early visit, but just the SpaceX Falcon 9 Rocket, carrying a load of communications satellites.
Luckily fellow UFO researcher Ryan Sprague was one of the many witnesses to capture some footage;
Not all of SpaceX's rocket launches have gone well. TexasUFOs once covered the explosion of a SpaceX rocket that may have been caused by an attacking UFO or drone, a story now all the more interesting considering the New York Times recent coverage of the Pentagon's secret UFO program!
A popular UFO site published an article suggesting that NASA (and its astronauts) are hiding evidence of extraterrestrial life by ignoring UFOs seen and reported on its live ISS feed.
Indeed, unidentified orbs and crafts have been captured on the feed so frequently that NASA once had to publicly denounce the sightings as "space garbage."
Regardless, the ISS continues to stream live for people day in and day out, and UFO hunters continue spot strange orbs, lights and other space anomalies. Here are some of the better videos from 2017 to feature UFOs right outside the International Space Station. As always, you be the judge on whether there is an alien or man-made origin:
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When a politician asks a NASA scientist if there used to be an ancient civilization on Mars, it's bound to make headlines. And that's just what happened on July 18th, when US Congressman and House Representative Dana Rohrabacher of California posed a pondering question to Ken Farley, one of the planetary scientists speaking at a hearing about science, space, and technology: "Is it possible that there was a civilization on Mars thousands of years ago?"
As silly as this question seems, it's actually quite reasonable, considering the subject matter at hand - water on Mars! Although the Mars Rover hasn't captured any compelling evidence of current life on Mars, NASA has repeatedly presented evidence to the public over the years that there used to be water (the key ingredient for life!) on Mars, and there could be water there today. Considering that humans evolved rather quickly in the grand cosmic scheme of things, is it really that hard to believe that an intelligent society of humanoids or aliens could have prospered on Mars a long time ago?
Not to mention... there was that time the CIA tired to remote view Mars... and possibly even succeeded at viewing intelligent Martians living there in the distant past. Yes, really. The "Stargate Project" was the code name given to the CIA's secret "remote viewing" program, which lasted from the 1970s to the 90s. In one experiment, a student of the program apparently astral projected to Mars and saw unnatural structures, and communicated with thin, tall beings!
If NASA has painted such a clear picture of Mars, then why did the government pay the CIA to remote view the planet?
Meanwhile, NASA seems quietly confident that they will discover ET life in the near future, stating that life in the universe could be ubiquitous, and also stating that they won't necessarily have to send boots on the ground to discover it, but satellites and robots like the Mars Rover. (Or NASA can just psychically view the red planet, perhaps.)
NASA has even made posters promoting the colonization of Mars:
The planetary scientist's answer to the Rep. Rohrabacher was fairly predictable and uninspired: "I would say that is extremely unlikely."
No offense to NASA as an institution, but many UFO researchers may find this specific response to be pretty preposterous. We are still learning about new human ancestors and civilizations on Planet Earth; it would seem eccentrically arrogant to presume anything about the ancient history of a planet we've only recently been studying up close.
What do you think about this story? Does it help or hurt UFO and Alien Disclosure? Do you think we will see more stories like these over the coming months? Share your theories on this and more in the comments below, or join the conversation on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram! You can also subscribe on YouTube.
Here we go again. More strange signals from a distant star have been detected. This time, the astronomers who detected it were based in Puerto Rico, and the star at the heart of the story is Ross 128, a red dwarf star based about 11 light-years away from Earth. The signals were described as "broadband quasi-periodic non-polarized pulses with very strong dispersion-like features."
As with other stories like this one, mainstream news outlets were quick to sensationalize the discovery with headlines teasing about alien life, but were also quick to confidently conclude that the likely explanation for the signals were not extraterrestrial at all... but terrestrial, perhaps caused by solar flares or a satellite in high orbit:
Although these terrestrial theories were indeed offered up by the scientists who made the discovery, the original scientists also feel these theories are very problematic and not at all satisfying, writing that "the recurrent aliens hypothesis is at the bottom of many other better explanations."
Why do mainstream science and news publications like to tease the idea of aliens as much as they enjoy shooting it down? Even in the face of such compelling evidence! There is no way that these outlets can offer additional insight or authority onto whether or not these signals are terrestrial or extraterrestrial in origin, but they seem eager to do so.
Americans get an endless brigade of half-baked news stories about the possibility of water and ET life on other planets, and these stories rarely, if ever end with any real conclusion or evidence. As well, this is hardly the first time US news outlets have echoed headlines about weird "alien signals" detected from outer space. (Remember the "Wow!" Signal?) Meanwhile, NASA has been hinting that they will discover ET life, at the very least microbial, in the near future. There is a lot of contradiction when you study the media narrative about this subject.
Are news stories like these part of an intentional, but painfully slow and steady drip to disclose the already-known truth about UFOs and aliens in our universe? Or are we just continuing to probe for life in a universe where it is very rare, and possibly even nonexistent?