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Unexplainable UFO sighting leaves stargazers in awe


It’s not a bird, and it’s certainly not a plane, so what is this object hovering over Lake Superior? While traveling through Paradise, Michigan, Erik Rintamaki noticed two golden orbs flying above a boat for over an hour. One of the lights mysteriously disappeared and reappeared shortly after he began filming, leaving him and his […]

NASA says now is the best time in two centuries for space exploration


When you’re planning on taking a trip it pays to plan ahead, and one of the first things you should do is check the weather forecast. The same is true for space travelers, and with so many missions in the works, NASA is now gazing ahead to see what the space weather forecast is looking […]

SpaceX launches three radar satellites for Canadian government


SpaceX on Wednesday morning launched three next-generation radar satellites for the Canadian government from California’s Vandenberg Air Force Base. A two-stage Falcon 9 rocket launched the Radarsat Constellation Mission and the previously used first stage was expected to return to Vandenberg’s Landing Zone 4 several minutes after liftoff. In March, that booster helped send SpaceX’s […]

Recent UFO sightings, the Black Triangle and government cover-ups


In this episode of “The Basement Office,” the New York Post’s Steven Greenstreet sits down with Nick Pope to discuss the latest UFO sightings and the frightening modern-day craft the Black Triangle. We speak with witnesses of mass sightings in various locations across the country including New York’s Hudson Valley and Phoenix, Arizona. Nick reveals […]

US Air Force base in New Mexico gets upgrade for ‘space defense’


ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — The U.S. Air Force has begun construction on a facility at Kirtland Air Force Base that officials say will play a role in the proposed “space defense.” The Albuquerque Journal reports the Air Force Research Laboratory’s $12.8 million Space Control Laboratory will consolidate efforts on the New Mexico base. The new facility […]

Trump berates NASA for not talking about mission to Mars


President Trump on Friday scolded NASA for focusing on a return trip to the moon and insisted that Mars was a better destination. “For all of the money we are spending, NASA should NOT be talking about going to the Moon — We did that 50 years ago. They should be focused on the much […]

‘Fettuccine’ rocks could be ‘obvious sign of life’ on Mars


The search for life on Mars may come down to whether the Red Planet is more like Olive Garden than the Brooklyn Botanic Garden. According to a new research paper published in the scientific journal Astrobiology, rocks that look like the Italian pasta fettuccine may be the clearest sign that bacteria, known as Sulfurihydrogenibium yellowstonense, […]

Watch NASA’s trippy light show in the night sky


Is the alien invasion coming? It appeared that way in the night sky over Andøya Space Center at Andenes, Norway, after NASA launched a colorful light display tracing the solar winds. Similar to the northern lights, the spectacular sight was part of the Auroral Zone Upwelling Rocket Experiment, or AZURE. Subscribe to our YouTube! Share […]

Brad Pitt blasts into outer space for ‘Ad Astra’ trailer


Brad Pitt is counting down to blast off. The trailer for his upcoming sci-fi flick, “Ad Astra,” was released Wednesday and follows astronaut Roy McBride (Pitt) as he attempts to locate his “hero” father (Tommy Lee Jones), who went missing while “in pursuit of knowledge” — aka dad was on a mission to discover extraterrestrial […]

Flying saucers: Why Roswell was just the tip of the iceberg


“The Basement Office” is a new video series taking a deep dive into the mysterious world of UFO sightings. In this episode, we are joined by Nick Pope, who headed the UK’s program investigating “unidentified aerial phenomena,” to discuss what the Pentagon has revealed about its Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program, sightings made by Navy […]

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