Here is the UFO Headline News for Monday June 26th, 2017
Headline #1: Moon in Front of Cancer the Crab on June 26th
Synopsis: Tonight – June 26, 2017 – the waxing crescent moon beams in front of the constellation Cancer, the faintest constellation of the zodiac. We draw in the stick figure of Cancer for you on the star chart above. In the real sky, you’re likely not to pick out any stars in the moon’s vicinity, because this constellation is faint … and obscured by evening twilight. But Cancer’s stars will be there, behind the moon’s glare, all the same. Zodiacal constellations like Cancer distinguish themselves from other constellations in that the sun, moon and planets travel within their borders.
Headline #2: Look Up! NASA Launch Will Create Colorful Clouds
Synopsis: A Terrier-Improved Malemute sounding rocket will launch into the night sky from NASA’s Wallops Flight Facility on Wallops Island, Virginia. If all goes well, the rocket will create brilliant red and blue-green clouds of vapor as part of a canister-ejection technology test. Weather permitting, the clouds could be visible to observers on the East Coast between New York and North Carolina, and as far inland as Charlottesville, Virginia. You can watch the rocket launch live here, courtesy of NASA Wallops, or directly from the Wallops center here: http://www.ustream.tv/channel/nasa-tv-wallops. NASA’s live webcast will be accompanied by a Facebook Live event on the Wallops center’s Facebook page here.
Headline #3: ‘Bright Night’ Glowing Sky Mystery Solved
Synopsis: On rare occasions, the nighttime sky at Earth’s temperate latitudes becomes bright enough, even on moonless nights, for people to read a book. These mysterious events— termed “bright nights” and reported for centuries—aren’t related to the glows of aurorae. Instead, a new study suggests, the phenomena occur when four types of slow-moving, high-altitude atmospheric waves merge over a small region and, in turn, temporarily drive a 10-fold-or-stronger brightening of an ever-present glow in the upper atmosphere (green layer in the image above). That airglow arises when individual gas atoms—previously created when ultraviolet light blasted gas molecules apart—later recombine.
Headline #4: Here Comes The United States Space Corps
Synopsis: Star Trek has Starfleet, Star Wars has the Imperial Navy, and Halo has the United Nations Space Command. But for the moment, real-life Earthlings of the United States don’t have a cool sci-fi name for their space military. That could change soon. Legislation has been drafted by the House Armed Services Committee to form the “Space Corps” — a new branch of the US military that would come under the command of the Air Force, and deal with threats to American national security occurring outside of Earth’s atmosphere.
Headline #5: Kenneth Arnold; June 24th, 2017
Synopsis: (March 29, 1915 – January 16, 1984) was an American aviator and businessman. He is best known for making what is generally considered the first widely reported unidentified flying object sighting in the United States, after claiming to have seen nine unusual objects flying in tandem near Mount Rainier, Washington on June 24, 1947
Headline #6: UFO Sighting in Auburn, Washington
Synopsis: While staying a couple days at the casino in our RV, I took several photos of the sunset; I didn’t notice anything unusual at the time, but upon sifting through the photos later I came across this one that seems to have a small chevron of lights between the clouds–the strange part is that these lights were not anywhere in the photos taken just before and after this one.
Synopsis: Original Sighting Report: Driving on I10 heading to Tucson from Las Cruces my daughter and I noticed a stationary object to our left in the sky–because it was not making a sound and there were no other objects in that area we thought it may be a UFO so we continued to watch it while driving and then pulled over to continue to see it–it was reflecting the sun at first and looked to be a classic cigar shape. Likely Explanation: A Tethered Aerostat Radar System or ‘TARS’. Aerostats are large fabric envelopes filled with helium, and can rise up to an altitude of 15,000 feet (4,600m) while tethered by a single cable. The largest lifts a 1000 kg payload to an operating altitude providing low-level, downward-looking radar coverage.
Headline #8: UFO Sighting in Canfield, Ohio
Synopsis: We were driving in our van on Western Reserve Road coming from Boardman towards Canfield when my husband who was driving, saw nice-shaped clouds in the sky and asked me to take a picture of them; later that week I was sending him the pictures from my phone and saw that there was one silver orb “thing” in the picture.
Headline #9: UFO Sighting in Red Lion, Pennsylvania
Synopsis: I was standing in my backyard watching the field for deer and noticed a silver, but mostly transparent sphere floating in the sky about 300-400 feet in the air; the object floated without sound, or light so I pulled my phone from my pocket and switched to video mode–but it would not pick up the object–it blended perfectly with backdrop in media, but it was clear as day in the sky with the human eye.
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