November 21, 2017

Mysterious UFO speeding across the Sky above Heathrow, London seconds ahead of a landing plane

The live feed Sky Cam from Air Live captured the moment a mysterious unidentified flying object speeding across the sky above Heathrow Airport, London before it disappeared, on November 19, 2017.


The object in the sky was just seconds ahead of a landing plane though it is not clear how far away it was from the plane.

Some people suggest it was a shooting star, while others say it was a meteor, space debris or a UFO.

Speaking to MailOnline, Clemens Rumpf, from the University of Southampton specialized in studying space debris, said: 'My hunch is that this was a large meteor about one meter in diameter at an altitude of 30 to 70 km”, but some people disagree with the explanation give.


Whether the object was a UFO, shooting star, meteor or space debris it remains unclear what the object might have been.

 
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November 20, 2017

Strange cigar-shaped ‘Asteroid’ is first interstellar visitor to our solar system!

Last month, the Pan-STARRS 1 telescope in Hawai'i picked up a very strange object moving across the sky. It was originally believed that the object was a comet but astronomers quickly realized it was something entirely different.


Above image shows an impression of cigar-shaped asteroid Oumuamua - European Southern Observatory / M. Kornmesser and a cigar-shaped UFO on the backside of the Moon. 

Observations with ESO's Very Large Telescope and others have shown that the object is a rocky cigar-shaped asteroid and it has been confirmed as the first ever interstellar object to enter our solar system.

The object has been dubbed ‘Oumuamua’ by the International Astronomical Union. The name means “a messenger from a far arriving first” in the language of the Central Pacific Island.

According to a European Southern Observatory (ESO) Oumuamua is like nothing seen before. It is red, made of dense rock or metal, and is shaped roughly like a giant cigar measuring up to 400 meters long and around 40 meters wide.

Oumuamua varies dramatically in brightness by a factor of ten as it spins on its axis every 7.3 hours. This unusually large variation in brightness means that the object with its complex, convolute shape, is highly elongated and may well have been wandering through the Milky Way, unattached to any star system, for hundreds of millions of years before its chance encounter with the Solar System, reports RT.

It seems to come from the direction of the star Vega. However, Vega itself moves and was not in the area when Oumuamua was last there about 300,000 years ago.

As quickly confirmed by the astronomers the object is an asteroid which became the first ever interstellar object to enter our solar system; but given the very strange shape of the object it reminds me another huge cigar-shaped ‘UFO’ object on the backside of the Moon photographed by the crew of Apollo 15 which is very similar to the cigar-shaped ‘Messenger From A Far Arriving First’!


Cigar-shaped UFO Moon - Original Apollo Image Atlas link: https://www.lpi.usra.edu/resources/apollo/frame/?AS15-P-9625

This animation (annotated) shows the path of the interstellar asteroid 1I/2017 (`Oumuamua) through the Solar System. Observations with ESO's Very Large Telescope and others have shown that this unique object is dark, reddish in color and highly elongated.

 

November 19, 2017

Glowing Sphere appears out of nowhere flying towards huge glowing Sphere over Manitoba, Canada

A huge sphere in the sky accompanied by a second smaller sphere has been captured on video by dwayne hegelheimer over Manitoba, Canada on November 19, 2017.


While filming the two spheres the smaller ball of light suddenly vanishes but after a while it returns again out of nowhere flying towards the bigger ball of light which seems to hang motionless in the sky.

It remains unclear what these spheres may have been.

The moment the smaller sphere appears again flying towards the huge sphere can be seen from the 2.05 mark in the video.

 

November 18, 2017

Fast Moving Meteor-Like Object from Space Captured by ISS Astronaut

ESA astronaut Paolo Nespoli captured a meteor-like object slam into Earth’s atmosphere and burning up over the Atlantic Ocean on November 5, 2017 from the International Space Station.


The space object, traveling at roughly 24 miles per second (40km/s), was sighted over the Atlantic Ocean, off the west coast of South Africa.

Several lightning flashes were also recorded by Nespoli as the Space Station flew from the southern Atlantic Ocean over to Kazakhstan.