- NASA can and does make mistakes!
Apart from losing a number of "tethered satellites", costing
at least tens of millions of dollars, NASA scientists have
made incredible mistakes. For instance, when NASA mission specialists
tested surveillance equipment on board the Galileo craft, (whilst
in temporary Earth orbit and bound for Jupiter, by aiming its
instruments towards the Earth, the results were "Earth is lifeless!".
Astronaut Storey Musgrave gives a brief opinion regarding
Gemini 7: Bogey at 10 o' clock
Mission Control: This is Houston, say again seven.
Gemini 7: We have bogey at 10 o'
Mission Control: Gemini 7 is that the booster or is that
an actual sighting?
Gemini 7: We have several, looks
like debris up here. Actual sighting.
Mission Control: Estimate distance or size?
Gemini 7: We also have booster in
On 12 September 1966, Gemini astronauts, Richard Gordon
and Charles Conrad reported to Mission Control that their
craft was being observed by a UFO estimated at being about
six miles away.
Photographs taken during the Apollo 14 mission
- a large lighted objects with windows.
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A object photographed hovering over the Lunar Rover during
Apollo 15 mission
Edgar Dean Mitchell - lunar module pilot of Apollo 14, - an
astronaut who is willing to discuss UFOs.
A spectacular object photographed during Apollo 12 mission -
originally just a "dot" on a NASA print enlargement revealed the
intricate details. NASA - no comment.
Gordon Cooper -
revealed details for his encounters with UFOs.
Edwin "Buzz" Aldrin photographed three glowing orbs during the
Gemini 12 mission - or were they just reflections from the
instrumentation panel lights?
Crew members of NASA Space Shuttles have reported the presence
of UFOs - during the STS 73 Mission, astronaut Kelly Colman was
heard to announce, loud and clear: "We have an unidentified
Listen to audio
Excerpt from Presentation
by Thomas P. Stafford NASA Channel---Gallery/History Hour Dec.
20, 2002 1:00pm - 2:00pm EST Amid an informative hour-long
presentation today about the NASA Gemini Apollo, and Apollo-Soyuz
programs, accompanied by some stock visuals Stafford made several
stone-faced quips throughout his presentation - among
them: [at about 1:52pm EST] : "Then on to a place you know
about...Area 51. That's where we
had the dead aliens buried. We used to have them down at Roswell,
but that got too much publicity so we moved them there". The
reaction from the crowd was the expected laugh, while Stafford
never flinched during the remarks. It could be stated that
he appeared sincere, but the crowd took it as a joke obviously,
and he moved on
without a pause and continued to talk about the F-16, the B-1,
and B-2 and other aircraft tested at Area 51.
Smith: maintains that the "flashes" were caused
by instrumentation lights.
to actual transmission
"People have been digging through the
files and investigating for years now. The files are quite
convincing. The only thing that's lacking is the official
stamp," Edgar Mitchell. Apollo 14 astronaut