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NASA’s Hubble Telescope Spotted ‘Being Watched by Mysterious Flying Saucer’

Article by Simon Green                     October 20, 2019                       (dailystar.co.uk)

• Trawling through pictures from NASA’s Hubble Telescope, Tyler Glockner of the YouTube channel ‘secureteam10’ noticed nearby a flying saucer-shaped UFO “watching” the space telescope in the background. (see video clip starting at 5 minutes)

• Tyler says in the video, “If you look in the distance, almost as if there’s something sitting and watching the Hubble telescope, there appears to be something alien.” “[It] looks like a flying saucer.” Glockner added, “[W]hen NASA is not busy cutting the feed and hiding these things from us, we get to see some pretty cool pieces of evidence.” “Could this be a satellite? It could be but I don’t know of any satellite that looks like a flying saucer.”

• One YouTube commenter said this was the “best UFO video I’ve seen in a while”. Another claimed that it was just a “lens flare”.

 

A flying saucer-shaped UFO has been captured “watching” NASA’s Hubble Telescope, a renowned conspiracy theorist has claimed.

Tyler Glockner – of YouTube channel secureteam10 – noticed the bizarre sight as he trawled through NASA pictures this week.

In his video, a bright light can be seen in the background of the telescope, above Earth.

He goes to zoom in and discovers the “craft” is shaped just like a flying saucer.

“If you look in the distance, almost as if there’s something sitting and watching the Hubble telescope, there appears to be something alien,” Tyler said in the video.

“This looks alien to me, it’s not just the light but looks like a flying saucer.

“It almost looks like it’s flying head on with the telescope, it could be something passing by.

“It looks like something was captured here in space – there’s almost more UFO sightings captured above Earth then on the planet.

“It seems like these things are buzzing by like rush-hour traffic and when NASA is not busy cutting the feed and hiding these things from us, we get to see some pretty cool pieces of evidence.

“Could this be a satellite? It could be but I don’t know of any satellite that looks like a flying saucer.”

video clip of UFO ‘watching’ the Hubble Telescope (starts at 5 min, ‘secureteam 10’ YouTube)

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Alien Life Search Update: NASA Could Soon Locate Extraterrestrials With New Telescope

by Johnny Vatican                       May 1, 2019                       (medicaldaily.com)

• The James Webb Space Telescope (JWST), which will go online in 2021 replacing the Hubble Telescope, will be the most sophisticated space telescope ever made. The JWST will be able to observe high redshift objects that are too old and too distant for the Hubble and other earlier instruments to observe. It promises to see deeper into time, and with much greater clarity, than any space-based or terrestrial optical telescope on Earth.

• One of the JWST’s major goals is observing some of the most distant events and objects in the universe such as the formation of the first galaxies, the formation of stars and planets, and direct imaging of exoplanets and novas. The JWST will be able to see 0.3 billion years after the Big Bang to when visible light itself was beginning to form. It will accurately measure the content of water, carbon dioxide and other components in the atmosphere of an exoplanet hundreds of light years away and will tell scientists more about the size and distance of these exoplanets are from their host suns. By measuring the chemical make-up of a planet, scientists will be able to see if it can host life.

• “Even if we never find other life in our Solar System, we might still detect it on any one of thousands of known exoplanets,” Cathal O’Connor, researcher and center manager at the University of Melbourne, said. “The ancient question ‘Are we alone?’ has graduated from being a philosophical musing to a testable hypothesis. We should be prepared for an answer.”

 

When the astonishing James Webb Space Telescope (JWST) sees first light in 2021, the world of science as we know it will never be the same again.

The most sophisticated space telescope ever made promises to see deeper into time, and with much greater clarity, than any space-based or terrestrial optical telescope on Earth. Some of the more starry-eyed fantasize JWST might even glimpse alien spacecraft hovering over their home planet.
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The replacement for the venerable Hubble Telescope will be able to see 0.3 billion years after the Big Bang to when visible light itself was beginning to form. It will accurately measure the content of water, carbon dioxide and other components in the atmosphere of an exoplanet hundreds of light years away and will tell scientists more about the size and distance of these exoplanets are from their host suns.

By measuring the chemical make-up of a planet, scientists will be able to see if it can host life.

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