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Unidentified objects orbit our sun



THE LATEST IMAGES from one of the most advanced telescopes in space show numerous shining saucer-shaped objects moving freely around our solar system.

NASA scientists have been unable to explain how this unidentified space traffic is able to change direction and move independently. In the absence of a satisfactory explanation, the space agency now refuses to comment.

What is behind these mysterious phenomena?


SOURCES:

BBC News, "'Proof of aliens' goes on show", 15 January 2003.
[ http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/england/2662059.stm ]

    Hundreds of the objects were captured on film by the Solar
    and Heliospheric Observatory (Soho), a spacecraft 1,000,000
    miles from Earth observing the sun.

    The glowing, saucer-shaped "craft" were said to be moving in
    a way that suggested intelligent control.

    Nasa originally dismissed the images as being the result of a
    camera fault or as comets or asteroids and is now refusing to
    comment on them.


BBC News, "In pictures: Have the aliens landed?", 15 January 2003.
[ http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/england/2662787.stm ]

    A series of images which it is claimed prove the existence of
    aliens is going on show at Leicester's National Space Centre.


FURTHER READING:

Reuters, "Happy Space Alien Day!", 11 March 2003.
[ http://www.reuters.com/newsArticle.jhtml?storyID=2361082 ]

    SANTA FE, N.M. (Reuters) - E.T.: Phone New Mexico.
    They may have a little something special for you. A New
    Mexico legislator proposed on Monday having the state
    honor all extraterrestrial beings with a special day that will
    "celebrate and honor all past, present and future
    extraterrestrial visitors" to New Mexico, the measure reads.

    Rep. Dan Foley, a Republican from Roswell, the spot where
    some say aliens crash-landed more than 50 years ago, said
    he introduced the legislation to "enhance relationships among
    all the citizens of the cosmos, known and unknown."

    Extraterrestrial Culture Day would be held the second Thursday
    of February and would honor space travelers from other worlds
    and even give a nod to creatures made famous in movies, such
    as E.T. in Steven Spielberg's 1982 blockbuster film.

    In July of each year, thousands of earthly visitors descend on
    Roswell, the self-appointed alien capital of the world, where many
    UFO buffs believe an alien craft crash-landed in 1947, based on
    claims that alien bodies were discovered there.

    The town's population of 45,000 doubles and even triples during the
    week long festival that includes speakers on extraterrestrial life,
    UFOs and other anomalies such as crop circles.

    Foley feels the same excitement -- and economic benefit-- can be
    spread to the rest of the state by adding a state-sanctioned day of
    alien celebration.

    "If we can capitalize on something that did or did not happen in 1947
    then it can help the entire state," Foley said.

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