NASA confirms aliens exist in files?
Unidentified flying objects have always been mysterious to lives on Earth. But there is a chance to satisfy curiosity as NASA has revealed some top secret files.
They were unveiled Tuesday night on the Science Channel's “NASA’s Unexplained Files,” the final episode of its month-long “Are We Alone?” series.
Most of them consist of photos, eyewitness and experience reports of astronauts. When the U.S. shot the Mercury, Gemini, Apollo, Skylab in space shuttle programs from early 1960s, astronauts saw unusual lights and objects with some considered unidentified flying objects or UFOs.
One of the most notable cases goes back to June 3, 1965, during the Gemini IV mission. At one point during the flight, command pilot Jim McDivitt spotted an unusual object which looks like a beer can with a pencil attached in Space.
Full of surprise that something uncertain presented in the black sky, he took pictures of it. The thing disappeared after rotating around for a while.
He and his team checked North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD) records after landing on Earth to see what they had up on radar and there wasn’t anything within very close range of them.
In another case, the space shuttle Columbia was faced with suspected UFOs when the cable, attached to a satellite, broke and drifted away from the shuttle. The cameras caught footage of dozens of objects approaching the distant cable and flying around it.
“These objects seem to be some type of intelligently constructed,” a photo analyst said after investigation.
Seth Shostak, senior astronomer at the SETI Institute in California, said there are hundreds of new planets which are considered habitable in our home galaxy, the Milky Way.
“Existence of UFOs and aliens could be proved as NASA revealed some data,” said the scientist, tracing space civilization by setting up a large antenna in California desert.