June 15, 2013

UFO Caught By Jean Pierre Haignere, Russian MIR Astronaut, 1999. Amazing Close Up Photo!

Date of sighting: Feb 20, 1999 
Location of sighting: Earths Orbit
Mission: Russian MIR Station
Eyewitness: Jean Pierre Haignere

Take a look at this silver disk. Can the detail get any better than that? No way! This is one amazing photo of a UFO. There is no question whatsoever about that being a UFO. The design, shape, colour and disk shape all fit with eyewitness descriptions of such craft. The dark blue background makes the metallic of the UFO stand out even more. The above UFO was photographed by Russian astronaut Jean Pierre Haignere on the MIR station. 

This is not the only Russian UFO sighting by far. For instance there is a lesser known sighting of in October of 1963, Moscow correspondents claim that widespread rumours tell how a 3 man spaceship orbited in Oct of 1963, was surrounded by a formation of fast flying disks which jarred the cosmonauts with powerful magnetic fields and almost brought the flight to a disastrous climax. (Source, No.4, Flying Saucers UFO Reports, p.13,14, Oct, 1967)

Then again in March of 1965, Cosmonauts Pavel I. Belyayev and Alexei A. Leonov went into orbit. The Moscow radio proudly announced that they would be making a "prolonged flight." But after only 18 orbits, the spaceship crashed back into the atmosphere, plunging into a snow bank 873 miles north-west of their planned target area. A few days later the luckless duo faced a press conference  in Moscow and revealed that they had seen "a satellite" which they couldn't identify shortly before disaster struck their spacecraft. As usual, the Tasss report on this press conference was ignored by the American  Press, even though newspapers in all other parts of the world carried it. (Source, No.4, Flying Saucers UFO Reports, p.13,14, Oct, 1967) This sounds very close to possibly being an encounter with the legenday "Black Knight Satellite."

What is the "Black Knight" satellite? It is a mysterious satellite, of unknown origin, discovered in 1960 which shadowed Sputnik. It is believed to have been of extraterrestrial origin, and signaled back old radio waves from the 1920s and 1930s before it disappeared. In short wave patterns analyzed by astronomer Duncan Lunan, revealed its origin as Epsilon Boötes (or the star system as it was 13,000 years ago). SCW

Source Photo: http://www.linternaute.com/sortir/diaporama-haignere/3.shtml

3 comments:

  1. It is not an UFO, it is an experimental lightweight deployable antenna reflector called "Reflektor" tested at the space station Mir. It was a joint Russian and Georgian project. During an EVA, two cosmonauts mounted the experiment on the Sofora mast and unfurled the Reflektor experiment, which was to test out technologies for large lightweight antenna reflectors. After the end of the experiment, it was jettisoned and drifted away.

    More info and photos: http://space.skyrocket.de/doc_sdat/reflektor.htm

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  2. Most of the black knight has been debunked. Even Lunan said his readings were unscientific and retracted his findings. And the stories of astronauts seeing it have been proven to made up likely to be something else. Though a satalite like that can exist, the black knight is nothing more than someone believing myth without research. And I do believe aliens are around.

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  3. Most of the black knight has been debunked. Even Lunan said his readings were unscientific and retracted his findings. And the stories of astronauts seeing it have been proven to made up likely to be something else. Though a satalite like that can exist, the black knight is nothing more than someone believing myth without research. And I do believe aliens are around.

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