April 12, 2013

Saturn Moon Has Massive Death Star Ship Orbiting It In New NASA Cassini Photos!

Date of sighting: April 2013
Location of sighting: Orbiting Saturn
Photo Taken by: NASA Cassini spacecraft
Diameter: 500 km or 310 miles

While reading a Wired article about the Saturn moon Enceladus which is the 6th largest moon of Saturn. Now there is a large rocket like trail behind this moon. NASA is trying to say it is water shooting many miles into space, but honestly how much water can a tiny moon have? Clearly this is not water but a method of controlling the orbit of this massive ship while it moves around Saturn. If this were water, the moon would be spinning uncontrollably in orbit, but instead there is always one side of Enceladus is always pointed at Saturn, never budging from position. Also when I added light to the NASA photo we see that what once looked like a rocket-like plume now looks like a solid structure. Whatever it is, it is obviously made by extraterrestrials. SCW