Wednesday, February 3, 2010

Hubble Telescope Images an X Shaped UFO

The world famous Hubble Telescope imaged what seems to be an X shaped UFO. The images were taken on January 25th and again on January 29th much to the astonishment of astronomers.

What can be seen is an X shaped UFO hurdling at an estimated 11,000 mph with a giant particle stream ejected as a tail of the object. NASA is claiming the object to be the result of two asteroids colliding with one another.

“This is quite different from the smooth dust envelopes of normal comets,” said principal investigator David Jewitt of the University of California at Los Angeles. “The filaments are made of dust and gravel, presumably recently thrown out of the nucleus. Some are swept back by radiation pressure from sunlight to create straight dust streaks. Embedded in the filaments are co-moving blobs of dust that likely originated from tiny unseen parent bodies.”

Scientist seem to believe that this object is clearly not a comet. The official explanation goes like this:

“If this interpretation is correct, two small and previously unknown asteroids recently collided, creating a shower of debris that is being swept back into a tail from the collision site by the pressure of sunlight,” Jewitt said.

Previously unknown asteroids NASA? How is it that astronomers have a map of many of the known galaxies and can trace the cosmos until they redshift into nothing, but cannot map out our local asteroid belt?

Let say that this object is not the result of two previously unknown asteroids colliding. What could this object be? Could this possibly be a UFO? Could this possibly be some solid evidence of craft able to travel at great speeds outside of our atmosphere? If we have developed technology capable of landing and exploring Saturn's moon Titan, is it so far fetched an alien race could have a craft for exploration? You decide.

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