NASA, Space Agency, SpaceX Planning to Launch First Saturn V Rocket From Cape Canaveral

NASA, the French space agency and the SpaceX have been planning for the launch of the first ever Saturn V rocket from Cape Canaveral, Florida. The successful test will be the first step in an effort to have an astronaut on the moon by the end of the decade.

UFO Videos from 2019

However, UFO videos have been captured on film during the launches that did not occur. This means that there is an ongoing UFO mystery out there, just waiting to be solved. What are they?

First and foremost, if you want to make a movie out of it, what would be the most logical explanation of what you see in the large alien craft flying very fast through the skies? What are they made of? What do they need with the Earth?

If you look at videos of the latter type of craft, there appears to be no control area or cockpit on board. However, if you watch the maneuvers of the crafts while it is being launched and landing on the correct carrier, there appears to be quite a bit of movement, particularly when the craft is coming out of atmospheric pressure.

While NASA and the Air Force are the best investigators, one can imagine that a UFO enthusiast might want to analyze all of this in more detail. This should help to start a UFO search and discovery for many people, regardless of race, religion or gender.

NASA and the Air Force and most air-traffic controllers have a tendency to jump to conclusions and overreact, but the space community has proven to be very professional in investigating UFO’s in the last few years. Maybe this leads to more UFO videos and eventually to finding out what the aliens are up to.

As far as I know, there is no single theory about UFOs that makes any sense. However, if we take a look at the numerous theories and try to come up with the best explanation, there are definitely some things that seem to add up. The NASA video might just be the proof that you have been looking for.

January 30, 2020admin Comments Off on NASA, Space Agency, SpaceX Planning to Launch First Saturn V Rocket From Cape Canaveral
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