Astronomers have detected the signature of vaporized water in the coma of the interstellar comet 2I/Borisov, also known as C/2019 Q4.
Speaker Round Table on Disclosure at the Alien Cosmic Expo (2018) featuring Richard Dolan, Linda Moulton Howe, Grant Cameron, Stanton T. Friedman and Victor Viggiani. Moderated by Richard Syrett.
If it were not for Larry Warren this story would be unknown to the world as it was a nuclear tampering case involving extraterrestrials.
"I was taken in the night time from my bed, taken up through where the wall meets the ceiling, taken out though the air and into a small craft, taken by 3 beings. And I was seated in the craft and then the craft started lifting. I could feel it that we were rising up."
"Lets study this subject, looking for the truth but keeping in mind that we look for the truth because it is supposed to set us free. We want to study these other beings and technology to better understand what we are."
For those of us in the Northern Hemisphere, the start of autumn means a few things: chillier days, longer nights, and lots of shooting stars.
The journey of NASA’s dauntless Voyager 2 spacecraft through our solar system’s farthest reaches has given scientists new insight into a poorly understood distant frontier: the unexpectedly distinct boundary marking where the sun’s energetic influence ends and interstellar space begins.
A beloved 1-ton boulder in one of Arizona’s national forests has “magically” returned after visitors reported it missing last month.
New research aims to open the ‘black box’ of computer vision
Generally speaking, black holes are the corpse of a dead star. But not all stars become black holes at the end of their life – for instance, our familiar Sun is small enough to avoid that fate.
Mohamed bin Zayed University of Artificial Intelligence, the first university in the world focused solely on artificial intelligence, is drawing thousands of applications from graduate students across the globe
Unusually large and long ridges documented in massive landslides across our Solar System are commonly associated with the presence of ancient ice layers. To better understand how these features formed, an international team of planetary scientists analyzed 3D images of an extensive landslide in the Valles Marineris region of Mars. Their findings show the unique structures could have formed at high speeds of up to 224 mph (360 kmh) due to underlying layers of fragmented rocks; this challenges the idea that underlying layers of ice can only explain such long ridges.