有可能是最完整的車模目錄收藏

By admin, September 20, 2011 11:53

可以說是包羅萬有﹐你想到的﹐幾乎都有﹐尤其是那些年代已久的絕版車模目錄﹐唯獨不見最期待的UT目錄﹐可惜。

http://www.mdiecast.com/news.php?id=1313782181

UFO on NASA Archive

By admin, September 20, 2011 10:50

This is the real picture (STS088-724-70) from the real NASA web site (http://eol.jsc.nasa.gov/)

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When follow the link and click the bigger image, the actual effect is very shocking! Actually, there are 5 more pictures from the same capture time. (STS088-724-65 to 69)

I can’t explain what it is, the most closest explanation is the secret weapon from US or an alien space ship!

Of course the US government can easily make up something like this by putting a space ship image over the original, but why would they do this? But why does US government want to create such a turbulence in pubic by exposing their newly developed secret weapon that doesn’t particular benefit anything financially, politically or similar?

So I can’t think of any motivation behind the making up assumption except it’s the genuine photo.

It could be a Space Junk (could be an abandoned satellite) left there by US or USSR with the possibility less than 1% :) Actually, there are at least 6 other photos showing the strange shape objects standing still in space from NASA web site.

If it is space junk, then how can we explain the extra ignition fire on left of the body and the three fine aligned lights on the right edge, well it could be the reflection of sunlight, but unlikely.

Btw, one thing is sure, it’s not something an ordinary airplane can reach. This photo was taken from outer space with Spacecraft Altitude: 214 nautical miles (396 km) and the highest record for human airplane is only about 112km, so that’s 3 times more than the best aeroplane can reach.

“The highest altitude obtained by a manned aeroplane (launched from another aircraft) is 111,996 m (367,441 ft) by Brian Binnie in the Scaled Composites SpaceShipOne (powered by a Scaled Composite SD-010 engine with 18,000 lb of thrust) on 4 October 2004 at Mojave,”

(http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Flight_altitude_record)

Well, it is just a really blizzard picture with too many question marks after all.