Kecksburg Acorn Shaped UFO

Some described it as a large, acorn-shaped object with distinctive hieroglyphic-like markings on its surface.

The Kecksburg UFO incident of 1965 is a well-known case of an alleged unidentified flying object (UFO) sighting and subsequent government involvement in the United States. It occurred on December 9, 1965, when numerous eyewitnesses reported seeing a fireball streaking across the sky over several U.S. states, including Michigan, Ohio, and Pennsylvania.

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The first interstellar object detected passing through the Solar System.

‘Oumuamua (pronounced oh-MOO-ah-MOO-ah) is a highly elongated, cigar-shaped object that became a topic of significant interest in the field of astronomy when it was discovered on October 19, 2017, by astronomers using the Pan-STARRS1 telescope in Hawaii[1].

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Black Knight Satellite

The satellite is claimed to have been orbiting Earth for approximately 13,000 years.

The Black Knight satellite is a spacecraft of extraterrestrial origin in near-polar orbit of the Earth, and NASA is covering up its existence and origin. The satellite is claimed to have been orbiting Earth for approximately 13,000 years.

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Robert Bigelow

Bigelow has provided financial support for investigations of UFOs and parapsychological topics, including the continuation of consciousness after death.

Robert Bigelow is an American entrepreneur and space enthusiast known for his significant contributions to the aerospace industry. He is the founder of Bigelow Aerospace, a private space technology company that focuses on the development and manufacture of expandable space habitats.

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Huygens – Titan Moon Landing

He is chiefly known for his studies of the rings of Saturn and the discovery of its moon Titan.

Christiaan Huygens, Lord of Zeelhem (April 14, 1629 – July 8, 1695), was a Dutch mathematician, physicist, engineer, astronomer, and inventor, who is regarded as one of the most important figures in the Scientific Revolution. In physics, Huygens made seminal contributions to optics and mechanics, while as an astronomer he is chiefly known for his studies of the rings of Saturn and the discovery of its moon Titan.

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Space Junk

Orbital debris is any human-made object in orbit about the Earth that no longer serves a useful function. Such debris includes nonfunctional spacecraft, abandoned launch vehicle stages, mission-related debris, and fragmentation debris.

Vanguard 1[1], designed to test the launch capabilities of a three-stage launch vehicle as a part of Project Vanguard, and the effects of the space environment on a satellite and its systems in Earth orbit was launched by the USA on March 17, 1958, is the oldest piece of space junk. It stopped operating in 1964 but will continue orbiting Earth for 240 years.

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Charles M. Schulz

“Exercise is a dirty word. Every time I hear it I wash my mouth out with chocolate.”

-Charles M. Schulz

Charles Monroe Schulz was born in Minneapolis, Minnesota, on November 26, 1922, and grew up in Saint Paul. He was a cartoonist and creator of the comic strip Peanuts. He is widely regarded as one of the most influential cartoonists in history. He has been cited by many cartoonists as a major influence, including Jim Davis, Murray Ball, Bill Watterson, Matt Groening, and Dav Pilkey.

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Tour Names

Crazy names for concert tours

A lot of band tours over the years have the album they’re promoting name, like Queen’s 1975/1976 “A Night at the Opera Tour”, or where they were going, like Led Zeppelin‘s 1968/1969 “North American Tour”. Some bands chosen tour names are a bit more fun, here are a few.

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James Webb Space Telescope

Capturing all that glitters In galaxies with NASA’s Webb

The James Webb Space Telescope is the largest, most powerful space telescope ever built. It will allow scientists to look at what our universe was like about 200 million years after the Big Bang. The telescope will be able to capture images of some of the first galaxies ever formed.

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