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Filer’s Files #25 – 2014 – F-86 Shot at UFO

UFO Photo taken by tourist on June 18, 2014

   June 18, 2014 In special reports, this week’s files cover: Captain Edward Ruppelt Investigated UFOs,The Battle for Your Soul,New “Cross” formation in Holland, Iraq Invasion, and Alien Base on the Moon.  Unidentified Aerial Phenomena sightings were reported over: Arizona, California, Colorado, Florida, Indiana, Kentucky, Nevada, New Jersey, Rhode Island, ...

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The view from Greece: Meteor? Flare? UFO?

Montanus images over lake

Jim Montanus stood on a dock at Braddock Bay Marina Wednesday night making long-exposure photographs of a clear dark-blue sky set with twinkling stars being overrun from the west by a dense mass of clouds. “It was a very dramatic situation with that front coming in. I was all excited ...

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Ancient crater points to massive meteorite strike

map showing the structure and contour of the Bow City crater.

From SpaceDaily by Staff Writers Edmonton, Canada (SPX) May 09, 2014 The discovery of an ancient ring-like structure in southern Alberta suggests the area was struck by a meteorite large enough to leave an eight-kilometre-wide crater, producing an explosion strong enough to destroy present-day Calgary, say researchers from the Alberta ...

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Nearest bright ‘hypervelocity star’ found: Speeding at 1 million mph, it probes black hole and dark matter

artist's conception of a hypervelocity star

A University of Utah-led team discovered a “hypervelocity star” that is the closest, second-brightest and among the largest of 20 found so far. Speeding at more than 1 million mph, the star may provide clues about the supermassive black hole at the center of our Milky Way and the halo ...

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Astronomers create first realistic virtual universe

first realistic virtual universe

Move over, Matrix — astronomers have done you one better. They have created the first realistic virtual universe using a computer simulation called “Illustris.” Illustris can recreate 13 billion years of cosmic evolution in a cube 350 million light-years on a side with unprecedented resolution. “Until now, no single simulation ...

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