April 9, 2016

ESA Rocket Tip Disappears In Two HD Photos, Revealing Cloaking Technology! March 2016, UFO Sighting News.



Date of rocket launch: March 14, 2016
Location of rocket launch: Kazakhstan
Source of rocket photo: http://www.esa.int/spaceinimages/Images/2016/03/ExoMars_2016_liftoff45
http://www.esa.int/spaceinimages/Images/2016/03/ExoMars_2016_liftoff46

FULL PHOTO SET: http://www.esa.int/spaceinimages/content/search?SearchText=Exomars&img=1&SearchButton=Go

Payload or rocket: Exomars project, satellite, to analyse Mars atmospheric gasses for biological processes. 

Check out this photo I found of the recent launch of a ESA rocket to Mars from Kazakhstan. The top section that carries the satellite itself is cloaked for a moment, as if it self activated an alien cloaking device. The evidence that this is real and not a glitch is that there is more than one photo that documented it. This is evidence that the ESA is using cloaking technology in their satellites it defend them as they go or get to Mars orbit. Now the big question, why does a satellite need cloaking to protect it in Mars orbit? Who or what would try to destroy it?
Scott C. Waring
www.ufosightingsdaily.com 

Below is the negative of the photo. 



8 comments:

  1. We all know how ignorant the government is, im sure they're doing something that their not suppused to be doing out in space or by mars ect. and were probably only allowed certain restrictions so id guess they're probably doing something their not supposed to be!

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    1. No no no, "we all know how ignorant the SecGov that i calls them, thinks that WE all are", if i may w/ all due respect modify your statement sir, & theyve been pullin the rug on us as ofcourse you & others here may realize now for decades & decades regarding the ET sciences that they have learned to date, & dont seem to want to stop bamboozleing us to varing degrees regarding this sub it seems.

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  2. Great job Scott! This is incredible tech and investigative research!

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  3. Are there any pictures (pre, or post launch) of the tip of the rocket with the cloak disengaged?

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    1. Lots, I just now placed the URL above in yellow, but here it is. http://www.esa.int/spaceinimages/content/search?SearchText=Exomars&img=1&SearchButton=Go

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    2. Thanks buddy, I see it. Wow, this is a great find. I have never seen cloaking tech on a human rocket, we are living in the future.

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  4. yea almost all the pictures show the tip. None of the photos are glitchy. That's weird.

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