Russia’s first crowd-funded satellite, named Mayak (Russian for “beacon of light”), promises to be the “brightest object in the night sky next to the Moon.”
The U.S. Air Force’s (USAF) official investigation into UFOs ended in 1969, and since then, the military has claimed they have no interest in the topic, nor do they investigate UFOs.
Russia and China signed a space alliance this week to protect their interstellar interests as the Roscosmos space agency threatened to publicly disclose the location of U.S. military satellites.
“Any distribution of this kind of information” Viggiani quotes from the document, “threatens National Security in addition to the Espionage Act of the United States.”
The archaeologist from China smiled, pointed towards the sky and said; “Why do you think we are called the Dragon people?”