Kennedy VS The Flying Saucers
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Express UK: “New shock claim JFK was 'murdered by CIA' days after demanding UFO files and NASA visit - PRESIDENT John F Kennedy was shot dead because he demanded the release of top-secret UFO files from the CIA, an alien researcher has sensationally claimed.” By JON AUSTIN
PUBLISHED: 13:58, Mon, Jan 4, 2016 | UPDATED: 16:33, Tue, Jan 5, 2016
There is only one reason why the government would keep secret their findings about Secretary Forrestal's death for 55 years and that is to cover it up. Forrestal was a popular figure in his day and releasing this information would have caused a firestorm of headlines that the government wanted to keep under wraps. The average life expectancy in the United States at the time of Forrestals alleged murder was 60 years of age. Covering it up for 55 years insured that virtually all Americans that were aware of Forrestal would no longer be living.
James Vincent Forrestal (February 15, 1892 – May 22, 1949) was the last Cabinet-level United States Secretary of Navy and the first United States Secretary of Defense. He was privileged to all the USA's secrets in the modern day of the UFO. It was widely rumored and speculated that he stood alone wanting to release government UFO information to the general public.
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After a long, tense silence, Hitomi sent two very terse messages in response to JAXA’s continued attempts to contact it. But that doesn’t mean anything like full communications—much less control—has been re-established. The messages were so short that JAXA has no new information about either the state of the satellite, or what happened to knock it off kilter in the first place.
There might be some clues in this video of the Hitomi shot by astronomer Paul Maley in Arizona.
The Japanese space agency has been able to capture signals from lost X-ray satellite Hitomi, but the probe appears to have broken up into pieces.
JAXA lost contact with Hitomi, or ASTRO-H, on Saturday, when the satellite was due to start operations. Since then, the agency has managed to get two signals from the space probe, one at around 8am EST on Monday and the other at 10.30am EST on Tuesday.
However, JAXA still doesn’t know what happened to the satellite or if it can be salvaged.
A method of prospecting asteroids for mining includes (a) launching at least one spacecraft, the spacecraft including a space telescope; (b) examining a plurality of asteroids using the space telescope to gather scientific data on the asteroids for characterization and cataloging; and (c) selecting one or more asteroids to mine from the plurality of asteroids examined by the space telescope and contained within the catalog. A system for prospecting asteroids for mining is also described.