From Secure Team 10. Reports coming in from across the West Coast.
Video by: SecureTeam10 Original article from NASA: Asteroid 2010 KQ: Probably a Rocket Body Don Yeomans, Paul Chodas and Steve Chesley NASA/JPL Near-Earth Object Program Office May 27, 2010 A small asteroid-like object has been discovered in an orbit about the Sun that is so similar to the Earth’s orbit that scientists strongly suspect it … Continue reading
The new X-Files miniseries premières this Sunday and the CIA has released two new articles on UFOs! Maybe our light-hearted friends at the CIA are taking a break from terrorizing the global population on behalf of our overlords to participate in American pop culture? How To Investigate a Flying Saucer Southbound on a lone desert … Continue reading
Space.com A new science project launched in 2015 with a lofty goal: to record data on reported sightings of “Unidentified Flying Objects” (or UFOs) in the hopes of identifying what they are. The group is called “UFODATA” – short for UFO Detection And TrAcking – and is based on building a network of automated surveillance … Continue reading
A NASA photo taken on Mars shows a possible Unidentified Flying Object hovering on the horizon. Original: http://mars.jpl.nasa.gov/msl-raw-images/proj/msl/redops/ods/surface/sol/01183/opgs/edr/rcam/RLB_502516568EDR_F0511430RHAZ00313M_.JPG UFO Sightings Daily It has a dark disk and is not an anomaly stuck to the lens. I checked other photos from the same camera and it is not there, therefore its not on the lens. Ancient-Code … Continue reading
Witnesses from southern California to Arizona took video and reported sightings of a unidentified flying object (UFO) early Friday evening. The LA Times reports that the UFO was a naval test fire off the Southern California coast, specifically a Trident II missile test flight. It appears that the military gave vague advanced warnings of “maneuvers” … Continue reading
WTF1190F is predicted to crash into the Indian Ocean on 13 November. The object, dubbed WTF1190F, is set to land in the Indian Ocean, around 40 miles (65km) off the southern tip of Sri Lanka, at 6:20 UTC on 13 November. It measures up to 7ft (2 metres) long and it could be a piece … Continue reading