NASA Denies Mars Slave Colony
Wednesday, July 5, 2017
Nasa denies it is running a child slave colony on Mars – Daily Mail Online
Wednesday, July 5, 2017
Nasa denies it is running a child slave colony on Mars – Daily Mail Online
There’s science in science-fiction, and that science is becoming fiction as we speak, and vice-versa. In 1998, data sent by NASA’s Polar spacecraft revealed that portals were opening up all around Earth’s atmosphere, the kind that allows one to travel incommensurable distances in a blink of an eye.
We call them X-points, or electron diffusion regions,” explained plasma physicist Jack Scudder of the University of Iowa. “They’re places where the magnetic field of Earth connects to the magnetic field of the Sun, creating an uninterrupted path leading from our own planet to the Sun’s atmosphere 93 million miles away.”
As unrealistic as this may sound, it is all based on real science. These ‘X-points’ are ripples in space and time that connect all celestial bodies with a magnetic field. They were probably called X-points instead of wormholes to not draw too much attention to them. At the moment, NASA and other space agencies are trying to figure out a way to send material objects through these portals, as only charged particles were seen doing this before.
In fact, energetic particles flowing through these openings are responsible for phenomenons we see on Earth, such as geomagnetic storms, polar auroras, light pillars, and the heating of Earth’s upper atmosphere. In turn, particles from our side of the fence are hurtling through the openings and meeting the Sun…
WASHINGTON, DC — One million miles from Earth, a NASA camera is capturing unexpected flashes of light reflecting off our planet.
The homeward-facing instrument on NOAA’s Deep Space Climate Observatory, or DSCOVR, launched in 2015, caught hundreds of these flashes over the span of a year. NASA’s Earth Polychromatic Imaging Camera (EPIC) instrument aboard DSCOVR is taking almost-hourly images of the sunlit planet from its spot between Earth and the sun. In a new study, scientists deciphered the tiny cause to the big reflections: high-altitude, horizontally oriented ice crystals.
“The source of the flashes is definitely not on the ground,” said Alexander Marshak, DSCOVR deputy project scientist at NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Maryland, and lead author of the new study in Geophysical Research Letters, a journal of the American Geophysical Union. “It’s definitely ice, and most likely solar reflection off of horizontally oriented particles.”…
The Trump administration recently (February) requested that NASA put astronauts on the next mission that goes 1000 miles past the moon. They came back to Trump, and said they can’t do it. Not only that, the entire program is way behind, and is going to cost $1 billion per mission, when Musk’s new Falcon Heavy costs $90 million per mission, (about a 90% savings).
So, one must ask, if we put men on the moon back in 1969, almost 50 yrs ago, why is it that we can’t man this mission?
In February, at the request of the Trump administration, NASA began studying whether it was possible to add crew for the first flight of its Space Launch System, a heavy-lift rocket under development for deep space missions.
On Friday, the space agency announced it would not. During a conference call with reporters, Robert M. Lightfoot Jr., the acting NASA administrator, said the change was technically feasible, but that the additional cost, time and risks outweighed the benefits.
Newt Gingrich, the former House speaker who has advised President Trump on various issues including space, described the Space Launch System as less capable than the Saturn 5 rocket that took astronauts to the moon in 1969, yet far more expensive.
“The handwriting is on the wall,” Mr. Gingrich said. “Those kinds of programs are going to look stupid.”
Where is the audit of NASA? They seem to be going backwards in technology.
Source: NASA Moon Hoax | Space
(Ivan) Do all planets in the Trappist-1 system have life? Simulation finds it could have spread between them rapidly.
by Ivan, April 28th, 2017
This artist’s concept shows what each of the TRAPPIST-1 planets may look like, based on available data about their sizes, masses, and orbital distances.
In February of 2017, scientists from NASA made one of the greatest discoveries in space exploration: Seven potentially habitable planets in a star system called Trappist-1, located around 40-light-years from Earth. Three of the seven planets have such ideal conditions that life may have already developed there.
According to researchers, if there is life on any of the alien worlds located in the Trappist-1 system, then it may not be alone. A new research paper has found that debris of asteroid or comet impacts could have transported early life from one planet to the other in the tightly-packed star system, located around 40 light-years from Earth.
Scientists note that organic material could have spread by collisions of asteroids or comets among the planets while protecting them from radiation and reentry.
The TRAPPIST-1 system is so far our best chance of finding alien life. Located around 40 light-years from Earth, this enigmatic star system features 7 planets that according to experts, may be home to alien lifeforms.
A study published in the astrophysical Journal Letters by scientists from the University of Chicago states that given the close distance of the Trappist-1 planets, life could have transferred between them in a matter of days.
As noted by scientists in the study, “With several short-period, Earth-mass planets in the habitable zone (HZ), the TRAPPIST-1 system potentially allows litho-panspermia to take place on very short timescales.”
“Frequent material exchange between adjacent planets in the tightly packed TRAPPIST-1 system appears likely,” said Krijt, the study’s lead author. “If any of those materials contained life, it’s possible they could inoculate another planet with life.”
Transferring life from one planet to the other
In order for alien life to spread across the Trappist-1 planets, an asteroid or comet would have to collide against one of the planets, launching larger debris into space, which could protect life from hazardous conditions in space.
Furthermore, scientists note that the material would have to be ejected fast enough to break away from the planet’s gravitational pull but not so fast that it would destroy the life form. The journey would have to be relatively short so the life form could survive.
To come to this conclusion, scientists from the University of Chicago ran several computer simulations for TRAPPIST-1 discovering that the process could happen over a period as short as 10 years.
“Given that tightly packed planetary systems are being detected more frequently, this research will make us rethink what we expect to find in terms of habitable planets and the transfer of life—not only in the TRAPPIST-1 system but elsewhere,” said Fred Ciesla, UChicago professor of geophysical sciences and a co-author of the paper.
“We should be thinking in terms of systems of planets as a whole, and how they interact, rather than in terms of individual planets.”
While scientists hope that there is life on one of the trappist-1 planets their masses—and their densities—are not clear.
More details about the alien worlds will come to light after NASA’s James Webb Telescope, which is due to launch in 2018 and is designed to identify the atmospheres—and signs of alien life—on distant worlds investigates them.
Sean Carey, manager of NASA’s Spitzer Science Center at Caltech, California, said at the time: “[We will] further refine our understanding of these planets so that the James Webb Space Telescope can follow up. More observations of the system are sure to reveal more secrets.”
The search for alien life is on the verge of a “profound discovery,” as recent missions reveal that microbial life could exist in our Solar System and elsewhere, NASA astrophysicist Thomas Zurbachen told the US Congress.
by Sputnik News, April 27th, 2017
Humanity stands on the verge of one of its most profound ever discoveries, that of alien life, NASA astrophysicist Thomas Zurbachen told the US House of Representatives on Thursday.
Zurbachen referred to recent analyses of Saturn’s moon Enceladus by the Cassini space probe, which has discovered that the moon is capable of hosting alien life since there are hydrothermal reactions taking place below its icy surface.
If another probe is able to identify life forms on Enceladus, which are likely to take the form of micro-organisms, scientists will become certain that there must also be life on other planets around the universe that are also home to hydrothermal reactions between water and rock…
by Ivan, April 27th, 2017
Are you ready for disclosure? Or are you expecting little microorganisms on a distant moon in our solar system?
There are many who claim that unofficially, mankind has already made contact with aliens, and not just little microorganism floating around inside a massive alien ocean, but advanced spacefaring civilizations.
Twenty-five years ago, we didn’t know that planets existed beyond our solar system. Today, we have confirmed the existence of over 3,400 exoplanets that orbit other suns. And we continue to make new discoveries.
Professor Thomas Zurbuchen, associate administrator of the Science Mission Directorate at NASA headquarters in Washington, said our civilization is on the verge of discovering evidence of alien life in the cosmos.
Taking in count all of the different activities and mission that are specifically searching for evidence of alien life, we are on the verge of making one of the most profound, unprecedented discoveries in history, said Zurbuchen during the hearing of the Committee on American Science, Space and Technology.
At the hearing, professor Zurbuchen mentioned all of NASA’s recent achievements in their quest for extraterrestrial life that support his claim.
“Two weeks ago NASA’s Cassini mission demonstrated the presence of hydrogen in Saturn’s moon Enceladus, while the Hubble team announced the results of the second observation of the oceans of Europa, one of the moons of Jupiter. Both discoveries are potential evidence of life, “said the NASA spokesman, who also highlighted the advances made in astrobiology.
“And while we have not yet found definitive signs of life elsewhere, our search is making remarkable progress,” said Zurbuchen, who noted that NASA’s number of astrobiology missions is on the rise.
“Mars 2020, our next explorer, and will continue to advance this quest by researching a region on Mars where the ancient environment may have been favorable for microbial life. The mission will also look for signs of past life and collect samples that will be brought back to Earth, “said professor Zurbuchen.
Zurbuchen also pointed out that to prove the existence of extraterrestrial life requires the cooperation of several scientific disciplines as a whole, such as biology, geology, astronomy, planetary sciences, Earth sciences and many others.
The NASA Transition Authorization Act of 2017, which President Trump signed into law last month, ensures continued American leadership in astrobiology and the search for life…