𝒯𝒽𝑒 𝐵𝓁𝒶𝒸𝓀 𝒦𝓃𝒾𝑔𝒽𝓉

 Black Knight Satellite

> Nikola Tesla

claimed to have picked up “intelligently controlled signals” that originated “from another world”

in 1899, long before Sputnik and NASA.

How about the one found by the researcher at the SETI radio observatory

that had happened on August 15th, 1977?

> The “Wow!” signal?

Look at what Nasa did. Uh OH! Not too  many people were

pleased with Nasa’s choice of  

> Messages

send to space.

Those signals were later decoded by Duncan Lunan, a scientist from Scotland. He plotted a vertical axis of the transmitted pulse sequence with a horizontal axis of echo delay time.

This resulted in an image of the constellation Bootis as seen from Earth 13,000 years ago.

Astronomer Clyde Tombaugh was hired by the U.S. Department of Defense to look for it, and sure enough, a famous article about the Black Knight was published in both the St. Louis Dispatch and The San Francisco Examiner on May 14th 1954.

At that time, there were no known man-made objects in Earth orbit. Adding to the mystery, NASA captured many images of this anomaly,

> like this one

from Apollo 10, but they have all been removed.


Nothing there!

Curiouser and curiouser!


Extra day added on

Monday  2016! A date that usually occurs every four years, and it’s called

February is the shortest month and the only month with fewer than 30 days.

The month has 28 days in common years or 29 days in leap years.

Leap years are needed to keep our calendar in alignment with the Earth’s revolutions around the sun because the Earth does not orbit around the sun in precisely 365 days.

Leap year tradition, theproposal

The next leap day is February 29, 2020.

Lunar litter

Taurid meteor shower.

As noted by NASA, the year 2015 will host Taurid meteor swarm, the event that occurs once-in-ten-years.

During this period, the meteor shower is more active than usual and produces frequent bright meteors sometimes referred to as Fireballs.

According to Science Alert, south Taurid will reach its peak on Nov. 5 and 6, while North will witness the event on Nov. 11 and 12

Fire up the tractor beam.

Well! Well! Well!

In 2014, researchers at the University of Dundee in Scotland showed that acoustic holograms that act like  a tractor beam  could theoretically suck in objects.

Got me thinking about the alien abduction thing, so it was no fantasies? It’s already been invented and used by them aliens out there in outer space?

 Beam me up, Scotty.