The world’s most enthusiastic golf fans may just be, well, aliens.
New video footage of a PGA tournament in Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida, has observers asking: Did a UFO appear in the sky during the May 9 event?
One golf fan viewed the tournament on television and “noticed a weird object in the sky,” according to the Mutual UFO Network, or MUFON.
“When you see the pictures, people may think ‘oh, that’s a blimp,’ but after seeing the blimp in other clips, I can easily conclude it’s not the blimp,” the viewer said.
“I also looked for other aircrafts flying by and nothing seemed plausible. The object did have a reflective surface. In the picture, you’ll see a golf ball, a bird, and the flash reflection, while the other object is the unknown craft. You can also notice the object appears to be at a very high altitude for…
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- Gliese 581d is in star’s habitable zone and may be suitable for humans
- Found in 2010, it was later dismissed as stellar bursts and not a planet
- Now, scientists believe earlier analysis was based on inaccurate data
- They say planet does exist and may provide hope for finding alien life
Astronomers believe mysterious signals – previously dismissed as stellar bursts – are coming from an Earth-like planet.
The Gliese 581d planet has conditions that could support life, and is likely to be a rocky world, twice the size of Earth.
Signals from the planet were initially discovered in 2010, but last year dismissed as noise from distant stars.
Astronomers believe mysterious ‘alien signals’ – previously dismissed as stellar bursts – are in fact coming from an Earth-like planet. The Gliese 581d planet was initially discovered in 2010 (artist’s impression pictured)
Now, a further study claims that the 2014 research was…
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The surface of Venus is definitely no easy place to which to send a spacecraft. Crushing atmospheric pressures, powerful high-altitude winds amid caustic clouds of sulfuric acid, and temperatures that can soar above 880ºF (475ºC) make the next planet in a no-man’s-land for robotic spacecraft. But those challenges didn’t stop the Soviet space program from successfully putting several craft onto Venus’ surface in the 70s and early 80s, giving us our first views of its kiln-dried landscape.
Venera-3 became the fist spacecraft on the surface of another planet when it impacted Venus on March 1, 1966, but no data was returned. The next year Venera-4 was sent to Venus but was likely crushed by its atmosphere. Venera-7 became the first spacecraft to successfully soft-land on Venus on Dec. 15, 1970, sending back temperature data. Venera-8 landed on…
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Social media reports of a possible UFO sighting last night near Jackhead, Man., are not true, says the Canadian Forces, which attributed the bright light people saw to an airplane from a training exercise.
On Wednesday night, several people said on Twitter and Facebook that they saw a bright light in the sky, fuelling speculation that it may have been an unidentified flying object.
The rumour became stronger when photos were posted of Canadian Forces vehicles in the area, with some people claiming the military was there to contain a UFO crash site.
But it was not a UFO at all, says Lt.-Col. Paul Davies, commanding officer 38 Territorial Battalion Group, which is involved in an Arctic Response Company Group training exercise on Lake Winnipeg this week.
“There’s no aliens, just my…
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You may be looking at the faces of future Martians.
The video above, released Feb. 15, shows the results of the latest round of selections for the MarsOne mission: to establish living conditions on Mars and, eventually, send 24 individuals who will become the first permanent human residents on another planet.
(Note: being selected for MarsOne does not include a return ticket.)
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Now this, dear readers, is something very special.
Over the weekend the ROSETTA probe did a close fly-by of comet 67P, and today was the day scheduled to see the release of some of the amazing images taken by the NAVCAM camera during that fly-by. How close did ROSETTA get to the comet? Well, it raced past at a height/distance of just 6km. So, obviously the images were always going to be detailed and exciting and fascinating. But when they appeared online this afternoon I was totally unprepared for just how spectacular they were…
Before you take a look at my enhanced and processed crops of the images, take a moment to look at the *official* images, which are featured on today’s ROSETTA Blog post. Go on, I’ll wait…
See? Told you they were something special…
So can you imagine the look of joy on my face when I…
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Flash points are reached and released in rapid succession astro-points are passed.
Sufficient Hue-manity numbers allow up-risings on planetary scales.
Solar accompaniments produce necessary planetary adjustments.
Phase nears completion.