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'NASA's Unexplained Files'Edsel Chromie Salem-News.com
Mysterious objects tracking NASA spacecraft make impossible direction changes and traveling at phenomenal speeds.
(SAN DIEGO) - On Aug. 17, 2112 Science Channel broadcast a program titled, 'NASA’s Unexplained Files' It examines sightings reported by astronauts from several space launchings.
One happened during the Sept. 12, 1966 Mission Gemini with Pete Conrad and Richard Gordon. The astronauts reported “seeing something they could not identify; a bright object that seems to change shape before their eyes coming towards them.”
Bruce Maccabee, a retired Optical Physicist with the U.S. Navy, said: “Given the focal length of the camera used on the spacecraft and the size of the image in the picture, he determined it could not be the Russian satellite.
In another launch, pilot Jack Ludesma saw a bright red light flashing bright/dim in ten-second intervals as it traveled across the sky. Alan Bean recorded the incident and said: “It drifted along with us for 20 minutes or more. It was the brightest object we’ve ever seen. It changed shapes, one of which looked like a squashed spider and it was tumbling and flashing. A couple hundred meters in size. It remains a mystery.”
In the STS 48 launch Sept. 15, 1992, a glowing object was photographed making a 90 degree turn and then another object flashes past at high speed in another direction. James Oberg with Mission Control, said STS 48 is a classic satellite UFO case because of dots appearing on the screen; some changing course, zipping around and some passing close to each other as if by intent.”
Dr. Jack Kasher, Professor Emeritus of Physics and Astronomy, U. of Nebraska at Omaha, has analyzed hours of NASA camera footage. He said: “Every once in a while you get something that’s really hard to explain. It’s not space junk that doesn’t change directions, a meteor does not change directions, and a comet doesn’t enter the atmosphere.” Oberg said he believes the object is a small piece of ice but Kasher disagrees. “If this is an ice particle, it can’t do that. It’s my conclusion that we’re looking at some kind of spacecraft. He wonders if the flash could be a directed energy beam. It could be some kind of a particle beam weapon that I can’t rule out.”
On Feb. 25, 1996, Columbia was orbiting 200 miles above the Earth in a tether experiment of generating electricity by orbiting a wire through the magnetic field of the Earth. After the wire generates electricity, the tether breaks loose and floats away from the spacecraft. At that point the astronauts reported: “We see a line and a lot of strange things forming in the foreground.” The cameras capture a swarm of objects flying around the giant tether. They appear to be some kind of intelligently structured vehicle. Their apparent size was just as remarkable as their numbers. They appeared to be miles across and that’s what excited the UFO committee so much.”
Then on Dec. 1, 1996, Story Musgrave, a Mission Specialist, said: “White objects suddenly show up and appear to move in a circle and flash. One interpretation is that this was deliberate to attract attention. Some investigators believe that this was an attempt to communicate. You’ll find circles, triangles, round boys; you’ll see them all if you wait long enough.”
On Mission STS 115 Sept. 9, 2006, the crew reported: “After the main fuel tank was jettisoned, a bright unexplained triangle shaped glow was created near the tank that shadowed the path of the tank as it fell back to Earth.” Jack Kasher said: “When we think of extraterrestrial craft we think usually about saucer shaped craft but we see more than that. We see cigar shaped, boxes, and in this case we see triangular shape. This makes this interesting.”
These are the very same unidentified glows that airline pilots see “following” their aircraft and making impossible direction changes and traveling at phenomenal speeds.
It is their own high speed through the Earth’s magnetic field that generates a charge of static electricity around their craft that creates these bizarre visual anomalies. As these experts recognize, no solid particle or mass can make these abrupt moves and appear and disappear in plain view in open space.
Only the flow of normally invisible magnetic field current and the resulting static electricity with the proper accumulation of normally invisible specific gases can create these bizarre visual illusions that appear to be moving particles. Like neon signs and fluorescent tubes, these natural white lights and colorful glows are simple to turn on and off in any dark room or area.
They are absolutely impossible to assimilate with solid particles of any size or composition. And as my demonstration with a fluorescent tube proves, the glow will follow the movement of the flow of the static electricity charge. If the static electricity charge ceases to flow, the gases simply lose their glow and revert to their natural state of invisible gases. This is absolutely the only way these anomalies can be created.
Edsel Chromie is a Detroit Michigan native who moved to San Diego in 1965. Edsel is a World War Two Navy veteran who served as a motor machinists mate on diesel electric systems where he learned about the magnetic field current swirling around the primary current flow through a wire as a part of Navy training to trace the direction of flow of the electricity in case of torpedo damage.
This led to Edsel's unique explanations of many phenomena of the universe. He also has four approved patents on solar energy and Sun tracking systems. Today Edsel writes about this unique set of life experiences for Salem-News.com, conveying information that seems especially relevant as nuclear disaster, potential changes in the earth's atmosphere, and what many view as an increasing level of natural disasters continue to dominate headlines. Perhaps many of the answers are on hand, yet unaccepted by the scientific community. You can write to Ed Chromie at this address: firstname.lastname@example.org
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