Here is the UFO Headline News for the Weekend of July 22nd/July 23rd, 2017
Headline #1: See Corona Borealis, The Northern Crown
Synopsis: Tonight, look for the constellation Corona Borealis, also known as the Northern Crown. You’ll need a dark sky to see it, but, if you have one, the constellation is easy to pick out because it makes the shape of the letter C. To see this famous C-shaped assemblage of stars from the Northern Hemisphere, during the evening hours in July, you’ll be looking high overhead. From the Southern Hemisphere, the constellation is low in the northern sky. Corona Borealis constellation is distinctive. It looks like a half-circle, in the middle of which is a white jewel of a star called Alphecca or Gemma.
Synopsis: You’ve used Google Street View to check out a new apartment, map traffic before you hit the road and search for haunting slices of the everyday world. Now, the comprehensive terrestrial mapping system has gone extraterrestrial, allowing users to peer inside the International Space Station from their computer 248 miles below with 360-degree, panoramic views. The Street View imagery was captured by Thomas Pesquet, an astronaut with the European Space Agency, who spent six months aboard the ISS before returning to earth in June.
Synopsis: In the new adventure movie “Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets,” directed by Luc Besson, the title city of Alpha has a present-day origin: the International Space Station. The opening of “Valerian” — a film inspired by the popular French comic series “‘Valérian et Laureline,” created by Pierre Christin and Jean-Claude Mézières — has a scene that showcases the International Space Station (ISS) as it grows into a galactic United Nations, hosting meet-and-greets with representatives from Earth and, later, aliens. It grows physically, too, until it is large enough that it needs to be moved out of low-Earth orbit.
Synopsis: Two huge, Apollo-era NASA computers and more than 300 data-recording tapes were found in the Pittsburgh basement of a dead engineer in late 2015, according to media reports. In November 2015, a scrap dealer was invited to clean out the basement of the recently deceased IBM engineer, who did some work for NASA at the height of the Space Race. The dealer found about 325 magnetic data tapes and the two giant computers, both of which were marked “NASA Property.” The scrap dealer contacted NASA to inform the agency of the find, and NASA’s Office of the Inspector General (OIG) performed an investigation. Ars Technica obtained the OIG’s report via a Freedom of Information Act request.
Synopsis: NASA has released satellite images that show North Carolina’s newly formed Shelly Island was born in November. The photos, acquired by the Operational Land Imager on the Landsat 8 satellite, show the sands that grew into the island first registered in November 2016 in the shoal area off Cape Point. A second image, taken in January 2017, shows waves were clearly breaking on the shallow region off the cape’s tip, NASA said. The site of those breakers is where the island eventually formed. The third image, taken this month, shows the island clearly formed, and nearly a mile in length. “What exactly causes a shallow region to become exposed is a deep question, and one that is difficult to speculate on without exact observations,” said geomorphologist Andrew Ashton in a NASA report on the island.
Synopsis: Mysterious messages that are only visible at night have been found at an ancient British religious site. The incredible find suggests our Stone Age ancestors left behind hidden carvings designed to be viewed in the darkness. However, we don’t yet know what these messages symbolize and why they were carved on the rocks. Archaeologists led by Dr. Andy Jones of the Cornwall Archaeological Unit found 105 engravings on an axe-shaped stone called a “quoit” which lies on Hendraburnick Down, near Davidstow.
Synopsis: A report this month that yet another person saw a “dinosaur” in the murky waters of man-made Lake Norman has prompted someone else to step forward with a clue about what the creature might be. In a July 14 posting on the official LakeNormanMonster.com website, a diver from Clemmons claims to have seen an “enormous” fish in the lake 20 years ago. The diver, who didn’t give a name, said he was looking for old bottles among the buildings that were submerged when the lake was first created. Adding to the creepiness factor: His light found the fish in the black waters inside one of those submerged buildings.
Headline #8: Black Triangle Sighting in St. Louis, Missouri
Synopsis: I was outside my apartment looking for satellites when I saw the object–it was a dark and triangle-shape–it had 3 greenish white lights on the corners and a red pulsating light on the back end and it made no noise; it was flying across the sky in a straight line, effortlessly–(it reminded me of how an air hockey puck slides across an air hockey table); it appeared to be flying fairly low to the ground and the green lights, though not very bright had a fuzzy haze around their edge that made them hard to look at; a few years later I started a job inspecting aerospace parts, mostly military, for cracks under utra-violet light and it dawned on me recently when inspecting titanium parts under a uv light, I see the same fuzzy haze effect that that object had.
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