Articles Tagged with nasa

NASA’s Curiosity Rover Photo ‘Shows’ Human ‘Non-Terrestrial Officer’ Performing Maintenance On Mars

Mars Rovers

Going by the claims of a UFO researcher, we might have obtained the first photographic “evidence” of hacker Gary McKinnon’s claim that he found “fleet-to-fleet” cargo transfer records relating to the ET technology-based “off-world” space operations of U.S. “Non-Terrestrial Officers.” Many in the “Truth movement” have believed Mars to be the “off-world” base of Pentagon’s… Read more »

Project Blue Book And Rising UFO Sightings

UFO alien sighting

Reports have recently been released by the United States Air Force, which detail UFO sightings across the United States. Nearly 130,000 pages of declassified Air Force files on UFO investigations and sightings are now available. The database, Project Blue Book Collection, is compiled of every single declassified document from the Blue Book project from 1947… Read more »

NASA Will Pay You Thousands To Stay In Bed For 70 Straight Days

NASA bed rest study.

NASA is looking for a small group of test subjects to lie in bed for 70 straight days, and will pay them $18,000 to do it. The experiment is meant to simulate extended periods of space travel, wherein the body undergoes extreme atrophy. The test will allow NASA scientists to determine what sort of muscle… Read more »

Archaic Sculptures, Fossils On Mars: NASA’s Rover Makes Startling Find

Ancient sculptures on Mars

Mars rover, Curiosity, has been hard at work exploring the red planet. The latest find is quite startling. According to a post by UFO Sightings Hotspot, Curiosity found evidence of what they describe as archaic fossils and sculptures in a stretch of terrain. The ancient alien figures and carvings fuel beliefs that life once existed… Read more »

SpaceX Still Optimistic After Failed Landing

SpaceX Falcon 9 Rocket

SpaceX’s most recent test flight ended in failure, but co-founder Elon Musk is still encouraged by the project progress. According to Yahoo! News, SpaceX launched their commercial Falcon 9 rocket early Saturday morning, delivering a Dragon cargo ship towards the International Space Station before returning to earth. The plan was to have the rocket land… Read more »

NASA’s JPL RoboSimian To Compete For DARPA Rescue Role


NASA has developed a robot it calls RoboSimian to enter a DARPA competition for robots that may one day be used to conduct rescue missions in emergencies or disasters. RoboSimian has been designed and constructed by NASA to operate in instances where rescue missions need to be conducted in environments too dangerous for humans, such… Read more »

Next Challenge For SpaceX? Actually Land On Earth


The main problems when it comes to rockets is that you usually scrap a large percentage of them after liftoff. Pieces, or sections called “stages,” fall away as the rocket moves through the atmosphere, making their use extremely expensive. Elon Musk, the chief executive of the Space Exploration Technologies Corporation, better known as SpaceX, likens… Read more »

NASA — New Spacecraft Will Be Inflatable


Mars. It comes up in every conversation concerning NASA at some point. When are we going to Mars? It turns out that NASA is continually trying to figure out how to do just that, and it now seems that a very simple design solution might be man’s ticket to the red planet. The question of… Read more »