Alien Egyptian Artifacts Discovered In Jerusalem Kept Secret By Rockefeller Museum

Date of announcement: Dec 2014
Location of artefacts: Jerusalem
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Remarkable ancient relics have been discovered, that could totally rewrite Egyptian history. The artifacts, which were discovered in a former home of Sir William Petrie in Jerusalem, were allegedly taken by representatives of the Rockefeller Museum, shortly after the discovery became known.


W5: Pillars of Star Formation
Image Credit: WISE, IRSA, NASA; Processing & Copyright : Francesco Antonucci
Explanation: How do stars form? Images of the star forming region W5 like those in the infrared by NASA's Wide Field Infrared Survey Explorer (WISE) satellite provide clear clues with indications that massive stars near the center of empty cavities are older than stars near the edges. A likely reason for this is that the older stars in the center are actually triggering the formation of the younger edge stars. The triggered star formation occurs when hot outflowing gas compresses cooler gas into knots dense enough to gravitationally contract into stars. In the featured scientifically-colored infrared image, spectacular pillars, left slowly evaporating from the hot outflowing gas, provide further visual clues. W5 is also known as IC 1848, and together with IC 1805 form a complex region of star formation popularly dubbed the Heart and Soul Nebulas. The above image highlights a part of W5 spanning about 2,000 light years that is rich in star forming pillars. W5 lies about 6,500 light years away toward the constellation of Cassiopeia.

NGC 7331 and Beyond
Image Credit & Copyright: Tony Hallas
Explanation: Big, beautiful spiral galaxy NGC 7331 is often touted as an analog to our own Milky Way. About 50 million light-years distant in the northern constellation Pegasus, NGC 7331 was recognized early on as a spiral nebula and is actually one of the brighter galaxies not included in Charles Messier's famous 18th century catalog. Since the galaxy's disk is inclined to our line-of-sight, long telescopic exposures often result in an image that evokes a strong sense of depth. The effect is further enhanced in this sharp image from a small telescope by galaxies that lie beyond the gorgeous island universe. The most prominent background galaxies are about one tenth the apparent size of NGC 7331 and so lie roughly ten times farther away. Their close alignment on the sky with NGC 7331 occurs just by chance. Seen through faint foreground dust clouds lingering above the plane of Milky Way, this visual grouping of galaxies is known as the Deer Lick Group.

The Infrared Visible Andromeda
Image Credit: Subaru Telescope (NAOJ), Hubble Space Telescope
Mayall 4M Telescope (KPNO, NOAO), Digitized Sky Survey, Spitzer Space Telescope
Processing & Copyright: Robert Gendler
Explanation: This remarkable synthetic color composite image was assembled from archives of visible light and infrared astronomy image data. The field of view spans the Andromeda Galaxy (M31), a massive spiral a mere 2.5 million light-years away. In fact, with over twice the diameter of our own Milky Way, Andromeda is the largest nearby galaxy. Andromeda's population of bright young blue stars lie along its sweeping spiral arms, with the telltale reddish glow of star forming regions traced in space- and ground-based visible light data. But infrared data from the Spitzer Space Telescope, also blended directly into the detailed composite's red and green color channels, highlight the lumpy dust lanes warmed by the young stars as they wind ever closer to the galaxy's core. Otherwise invisible at optical wavelengths, the warm dust takes on orange hues. Two smaller companion galaxies, M110 (below) and M32 (above) are also included in the frame.

Geminid Fireball over Mount Balang
Image Credit: Alvin Wu
Explanation: This was a sky to remember. While viewing the Geminids meteor shower a few days ago, a bright fireball was captured over Mt. Balang, China with particularly picturesque surroundings. In the foreground, a sea of light clouds slowly floated between dark mountain peaks. In the background, the constellation of Orion shone brightly, with the familiar three stars of Orion's belt visible near the image top right. Sirius, the brightest star in the night sky, is visible near the image center. The bright fireball flashed for only a fraction of second on the lower right. The source of the fireball was a pebble that intersected the protective atmosphere of Earth, originally expelled by the Sun-orbiting asteroid-like object 3200 Phaethon

The Potsdam Gravity Potato
Explanation: Why do some places on Earth have higher gravity than others? Sometimes the reason is unknown. To help better understand the Earth's surface, sensitive measurements by the orbiting satellites GRACE and CHAMP were used to create a map of Earth's gravitational field. Since a center for studying these data is in Potsdam, Germany, and since the result makes the Earth look somewhat like a potato, the resulting geoid has been referred to as the Potsdam Gravity Potato. High areas on this map, colored red, indicate areas where gravity is slightly stronger than usual, while in blue areas gravity is slightly weaker. Many bumps and valleys on the Potsdam Gravity Potato can be attributed to surface features, such as the North Mid-Atlantic Ridge and the Himalayan Mountains, but others cannot, and so might relate to unusually high or low sub-surface densities. Maps like this also help calibrate changes in the Earth's surface including variable ocean currents and the melting of glaciers. The above map was made in 2005, but more recent and more sensitive gravity maps of Earth were produced in 2011.

This Comet Lovejoy
Image Credit & Copyright: Damian Peach
Explanation: Comet Lovejoy, C/2014 Q2, is framed like a cosmic Christmas tree with starry decorations in this colorful telescopic portrait, snapped on December 16th. Its lovely coma is tinted green by diatomic C2 gas fluorescing in sunlight. Discovered in August of this year, this Comet Lovejoy is currently sweeping north through the constellation Columba, heading for Lepus south of Orion and bright enough to offer good binocular views. Not its first time through the inner Solar System, this Comet Lovejoy will pass closest to planet Earth on January 7, while its perihelion (closest point to the Sun) will be on January 30. Of course, planet Earth's own 2015 perihelion passage is scheduled for January 4. A long period comet, this Comet Lovejoy should return again ... in about 8,000 years.

The Mysterious Methane of Mars
Illustration Credit: Methane Workshop, Frascati Italy, Villanueva et al. 2009, ESA Medialab, NASA
Explanation: What's creating methane on Mars? Recent measurements from the robotic Curiosity rover currently rolling across Mars indicate a surprising 10-fold increase in atmospheric methane between measurements only months apart. Life is a major producer of methane on Earth, and so speculation is rampant that some sort of life -- possibly microbial life -- is creating methane beneath the surface of Mars. Other possibilities do exist, though, with a leading model being the sudden release of methane produced by the mixing of specific soil chemicals with underground water. Proposed origins of Martian methane are depicted in the featured illustration. The origin of Mars' methane is a very active area of research, with missions like Curiosity and India's Mars Orbiter Mission searching for clues by measuring methane abundance changes and possible byproducts of different methane-producing processes.

The Cliffs of Comet Churyumov–Gerasimenko
Image Credit & Licence (CC BY-SA 3.0 IGO): ESA, Rosetta spacecraft, NAVCAM; Additional Processing: Stuart Atkinson
Explanation: These high cliffs occur on the surface of a comet. They were discovered to be part of the dark nucleus of Comet Churyumov–Gerasimenko (CG) by Rosetta, a robotic spacecraft launched by ESA which began orbiting the comet in early August. The ragged cliffs, as featured here, were imaged by Rosetta about two weeks ago. Although towering about one kilometer high, the low surface gravity of Comet CG would likely make a jump from the cliffs, by a human, survivable. At the foot of the cliffs is relatively smooth terrain dotted with boulders as large as 20 meters across. Data from Rosetta indicates that the ice in Comet CG has a significantly different deuterium fraction -- and hence likely a different origin -- than the water in Earth's oceans. The Rosetta spacecraft is scheduled to continue to accompany the comet as it makes its closest approach to the Sun in 2015 August.

IC 1795: The Fishhead Nebula
Image Credit & Copyright: Bill Snyder (Bill Snyder Photography)
Explanation: To some, this nebula looks like the head of a fish. However, this colorful cosmic portrait really features glowing gas and obscuring dust clouds in IC 1795, a star forming region in the northern constellation Cassiopeia. The nebula's colors were created by adopting the Hubble false-color palette for mapping narrow emission from oxygen, hydrogen, and sulfur atoms to blue, green and red colors, and further blending the data with images of the region recorded through broadband filters. Not far on the sky from the famous Double Star Cluster in Perseus, IC 1795 is itself located next to IC 1805, the Heart Nebula, as part of a complex of star forming regions that lie at the edge of a large molecular cloud. Located just over 6,000 light-years away, the larger star forming complex sprawls along the Perseus spiral arm of our Milky Way Galaxy. At that distance, this picture would span about 70 light-years across IC 1795.
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Car hits a Shadow..!!

Date of sighting: unknown posted Dec 22, 2014
Location of sighting: Malaysia

Recently a shadow of a person moved in front of the moving car. The driver didn't see anything, but did hear it hit, but found nothing. Later the driver checks a security cam in the parking lot area and finds that the shadow was also caught on camera.
Now since the driver didn't see this person, we know they were cloaked. A cloak can be seen with infrared light which the security camera uses to record at night. Infrared light is known for allowing people to see things the human eye cannot. IR is beyond the eyes abilities to see. This person is an alien with cloaking technology.

NASA manned mission to Venus

NASA envisions a city of solar-powered helium airships above Earth's searing hot twin.
The High Altitude Venus Operational Concept program would eventually send a manned mission to the atmosphere of Venus.
Around 30 miles above the surface, Venus has temperatures and atmospheric pressure reminiscent of Earth's.

A robot would first be sent to the Venus' atmosphere to test the waters -- a two-manned vehicle would follow.
The project could one day pave the way toward a floating city above Venus

NASA Blurs Images of Mars

Date of discovery: Dec 2014  
Location of discovery: Mars  
Nasa Photo URL:
This is interesting, someone found a rectangle area that was blacked out with a filter program to cut down on the detail. There is a mountain of evidence that NASA uses photo altering programs and yet the government has never had to answer for what they have done. The time will come when NASA will admit to the wrongs that they have done. A government cannot undermine the will of the people.

Whatsupinthesky37 states:
Either the camera on the MASTCAM is very good at selecting what is interesting and then making sure that it does not focus in on it or we have what appears to be some image tampering going on over at JPL or NASA. I still maintain that it could be a computer program that does this or that even builds these photographs. The blur always seems to be in a box form. Almost like selected pixel by pixel like you would do in a spreadsheet. It makes the selection as a box and that is why we see the stright line cutoffs of blur on so many pictures! Comment below and let me know what you think of that crazy stuff up top! What is this stuff? Wires? Tubes? Machines? Rocks?


Date of Sighting - 23-Mar-2004
Place of Sighting - GB
Description of Sighting Report - "Looked out of window and saw what I first thought was a balloon. Then noticed it was hovering with no shadow and was quite large. Got camera and took a photo. It then shot off with no sound. Probably hovered for about a minute or so from when I first spotted it.
Original photo uploaded (taken from my minolta camera)."

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Missile like UFO..!!

Sighting Date - 13-Aug-2014
Place - Corfu Town, GR

Sighting Report - "13th of August 2014 - Corfu
Took a family photo on top of mountain. No planes or helicopters in sight as we were on the north of the island, away from the southern (only) airport. Months later I discovered a strange object (as shown in the top right of the most zoomed out pic). It appeared on no other photos, suggesting it was not a problem with the camera/lens. Zooming in, it appears to be a missile-like object, with a large orangey-red square above it.
I have added two zoomed in photos of the object.
Would appreciate an opinions on the photo,

Rosetta shows Earth's water did not come from comets: study

A mosaic of a series of images captured by Rosetta's OSIRIS camera over a 30 minute period shows the European Space Agency's lander Philae descending towards the Comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko before touchdown November 12, 2014.
Credit: Reuters/ESA/Rosetta/MPS for OSIRIS Team MPS/UPD/LAM/IAA/SSO/INTA/UPM/DASP/IDA/Handout via Reuters

(Reuters) - Early results from Europe's Rosetta spacecraft challenge a long-held theory that comets delivered water to early Earth, a study released on Wednesday shows.

Chemical analysis of water coming from Comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko, which Rosetta has been orbiting since August, shows it has three times more deuterium - an atomic variation of regular hydrogen - as hydrogen in water molecules on Earth, said Rosetta scientist Kathrin Altwegg, with the University of Bern.

Water is comprised of two hydrogen atoms bonded with one oxygen atom. On Earth, three in 10,000 water molecules have the heavy hydrogen isotope deuterium.

Unless 67P is a total oddball, Altwegg said the finding eliminates comets as the source of Earth's water - and most likely its organics as well.

Both water and carbon compounds were needed for life to evolve.

The finding leaves asteroids as Earth's probable water bearers, though the mini-planets that bombarded baby Earth likely bore little resemblance to the dry, rocky bodies circling the sun beyond Mars today.

"Asteroids could well have had much more water than they have today," Altwegg said. "They have just lived in the vicinity of the sun for 4.6 billion years."

Comet 67P hails from the Kuiper Belt region of the solar system, located beyond Neptune's orbit 30 to 40 times farther from the sun than Earth.

Three years ago, analysis of water in another Kuiper Belt comet showed a chemical fingerprint that matched Earth's water. The measurements from 67P, however, are so much higher that even if only a few comets of its type smashed into Earth, Earth's deuterium ratio would not be what it is today, Altwegg said.

Previous studies had dismissed comets from even farther out in the solar system, a region called the Oort Cloud, as the source of Earth's water.

Also on Wednesday, scientists said the search for Rosetta's companion probe, Philae, continues.

Philae made an unprecedented descent to the surface of the comet on Nov. 12, bounced twice and settled in what appears to be a crater. It ran through 2-1/2 days of preprogrammed science experiments before its battery died.

Results of the studies, which include chemical analysis of samples drilled out from the comet's body, have not yet been released.

In August, Rosetta became the first spacecraft to put itself in orbit around a comet. It will continue to accompany 67P for about another year.

Source - Reuters

Exploring Jupiter..!!

European Space Agency recently released some images taken by Cassini Satellite, shows real Jupiter very Close..!!

This true-colour simulated view of Jupiter is composed of 4 images taken by NASA's Cassini spacecraft on 7 December 2000. To illustrate what Jupiter would have looked like if the cameras had a field-of-view large enough to capture the entire planet, the cylindrical map was projected onto a globe. The resolution of the high resolution image is about 144 kilometres per pixel. Jupiter's moon Europa is casting the shadow on the planet.

Title - Cassini’s view of Jupiter’s southern hemisphere.
This Cassini image shows Jupiter from an unusual perspective. If you were to float just beneath the giant planet and look directly up, you would be greeted with this striking sight: red, bronze and white bands encircling a hazy south pole. The multicoloured concentric layers are broken in places by prominent weather systems such as Jupiter’s famous Great Red Spot, visible towards the upper left, chaotic patches of cloud and pale white dots. Many of these lighter patches contain lightning-filled thunderstorms.

Title - Jupiter and its shrunken Great Red Spot

Title - Io transits Jupiter.
Jupiter's four largest satellites, including Io, the golden ornament in front of Jupiter in this image from NASA's Cassini spacecraft, have fascinated Earthlings ever since Galileo Galilei discovered them in 1610 in one of his first astronomical uses of the telescope.

Source - ESA

Yes... There was water on Mars... Nasa said..!!

This illustration depicts a lake of water partially filling Mars' Gale Crater, receiving runoff from snow melting on the crater's northern rim.

Observations by NASA’s Curiosity Rover indicate Mars' Mount Sharp was built by sediments deposited in a large lake bed over tens of millions of years. This interpretation of Curiosity’s finds in Gale Crater suggests ancient Mars maintained a climate that could have produced long-lasting lakes at many locations on the Red Planet.

Curiosity currently is investigating the lowest sedimentary layers of Mount Sharp, a section of rock 500 feet (150 meters) high dubbed the Murray formation. Rivers carried sand and silt to the lake, depositing the sediments at the mouth of the river to form deltas similar to those found at river mouths on Earth. This cycle occurred over and over again.

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Find your Birth date on other Planets..!!

This amazing website shows our exact Birth dates on other Planets. Just enter your Date of Birth and see the miracle..!! Click here

What is your weight on other Planets..?

This is a wonderful website to know our weight on other Planets. Why late just click this link and find your smart weight..!!


Aurora Shimmer, Meteor Flash
Image Credit & Copyright: Bjørnar G. Hansen
Explanation: Northern Lights, or aurora borealis, haunted skies over the island of Kvaløya, near Tromsø Norway on 2009 December 13. This 30 second long exposure records their shimmering glow gently lighting the wintery coastal scene. A study in contrasts, it also captures the sudden flash of a fireball meteor from the excellent Geminid meteor shower in 2009 December. Streaking past familiar stars in the handle of the Big Dipper, the trail points back toward the constellation Gemini, off the top of the view. Both aurora and meteors occur in Earth's upper atmosphere at altitudes of 100 kilometers or so, but aurora caused by energetic charged particles from the magnetosphere, while meteors are trails of cosmic dust. Toward the end of this week the 2014 Geminids meteor shower will peak, although they will compete with the din of last quarter moonlight. 

Eta Carinae and the Expanding Homunculus Nebula
Image Credit: Hubble, NASA, ESA; Processing & Copyright: First Light, J. L. Dauvergne, P. Henarejos
Explanation: How did the Eta Carinae star system create this unusual expanding nebula? No one knows for sure. About 170 years ago, the southern star system Eta Carinae (Eta Car) mysteriously became the second brightest star system in the night sky. Twenty years later, after ejecting more mass than our Sun, Eta Car unexpectedly faded. Somehow, this outburst appears to have created the Homunculus Nebula. The three-frame video features images of the nebula taken by the Hubble Space Telescope in 1995, 2001, and 2008. The Homunculus nebula's center is lit by light from a bright central star, while the surrounding regions are expanding lobes of gas laced with filaments of dark dust. Jets bisect the lobes emanating from the central stars. Expanding debris includes streaming whiskers and bow shocks caused by collisions with previously existing material. Eta Car still undergoes unexpected outbursts, and its high mass and volatility make it a candidate to explode in a spectacular supernova sometime in the next few million years.

Sharpless 249 and the Jellyfish Nebula
Image Credit & Copyright: César Blanco González
Explanation: Normally faint and elusive, the Jellyfish Nebula is caught in this alluring telescopic mosaic. The scene is anchored right and left by two bright stars, Mu and Eta Geminorum, at the foot of the celestial twin while the Jellyfish Nebula is the brighter arcing ridge of emission with dangling tentacles below and right of center. In fact, the cosmic jellyfish is part of bubble-shaped supernova remnant IC 443, the expanding debris cloud from a massive star that exploded. Light from the explosion first reached planet Earth over 30,000 years ago. Like its cousin in astrophysical waters the Crab Nebula supernova remnant, the Jellyfish Nebula is known to harbor a neutron star, the remnant of the collapsed stellar core. An emission nebula cataloged as Sharpless 249 fills the field at the upper left. The Jellyfish Nebula is about 5,000 light-years away. At that distance, this narrowband composite image would be about 300 light-years across.

The Seahorse of the Large Magellanic Cloud
Image Credit: NASA, ESA, and M. Livio (STScI)
Explanation: It may look like a grazing seahorse, but the dark object toward the image right is actually a pillar of smoky dust about 20 light years long. The curiously-shaped dust structure occurs in our neighboring Large Magellanic Cloud, in a star forming region very near the expansive Tarantula Nebula. The energetic nebula is creating a star cluster, NGC 2074, whose center is visible just off the top of the image in the direction of the neck of the seahorse. The representative color image was taken in 2008 by the Hubble Space Telescope's Wide Field Planetary Camera 2 in honor of Hubble's 100,000th trip around the Earth. As young stars in the cluster form, their light and winds will slowly erode the dust pillars away over the next million years.

Stars and Dust Pillars in NGC 7822 from WISE
Image Credit: WISE, IRSA, NASA; Processing & Copyright : Francesco Antonucci
Explanation: Hot, young stars and cosmic pillars of gas and dust seem to crowd into NGC 7822. At the edge of a giant molecular cloud toward the northern constellation Cepheus, this glowing star forming region lies about 3,000 light-years away. Within the nebula, bright edges and complex dust sculptures dominate this detailed skyscape taken in infrared light by NASA's Wide Field Infrared Survey Explorer (WISE) satellite. The atomic emission by the cluster's gas is powered by energetic radiation from the hot stars, whose powerful winds and light also sculpt and erode the denser pillar shapes. Stars could still be forming inside the pillars by gravitational collapse, but as the pillars are eroded away, any forming stars will ultimately be cut off from their reservoir of star stuff. This field spans around 40 light-years at the estimated distance of NGC 7822.

3D 67P
Image Credit: ESA/Rosetta/Philae/ROLIS
Explanation: Get out your red/blue glasses and float next to a comet! The Rosetta mission lander Philae's ROLIS camera snapped the two frames used to create this stereo anaglyph for 3D viewing during its November 12 descent to the nucleus of Comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko. The comet's curious double lobed nucleus is seen nearly end on from a distance of about 3 kilometers, about 1 hour before Philae arrived at the surface. Philae's initial landing site is near the center of the front facing lobe. Part of a landing gear foot cuts across the upper right corner, in the close foreground of the 3D-view. Philae bounced twice in the comet's weak gravity after its first contact with the surface. Using high resolution camera images from the Rosetta orbiter along with data from the lander's instruments, controllers have followed Philae's impromptu journey over the comet's surface and have identified a likely area for its final resting place.

Plato and the Lunar Alps
Image Credit & Copyright: Richard Bosman
Explanation: The dark-floored, 95 kilometer wide crater Plato and sunlit peaks of the lunar Alps (Montes Alpes) are highlighted in this sharp digital snapshot of the Moon's surface. While the Alps of planet Earth were uplifted over millions of years as continental plates slowly collided, the lunar Alps were likely formed by a sudden collision that created the giant impact basin known as the Mare Imbrium or Sea of Rains. The mare's generally smooth, lava-flooded floor is seen below the bordering mountain range. The prominent straight feature cutting through the mountains is the lunar Alpine Valley (Vallis Alpes). Joining the Mare Imbrium and northern Mare Frigoris (Sea of Cold) the valley extends toward the upper right, about 160 kilometers long and up to 10 kilometers wide. Of course, the large, bright alpine mountain below and right of the valley is named Mont Blanc. The tallest of the lunar Alps, it reaches over 3 kilometers above the surface. Lacking an atmosphere, not to mention snow, the lunar Alps are probably not an ideal location for a winter vacation. Still, a 150 pound skier would weigh a mere 25 pounds on the Moon.

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Milky Way over Moon Valley
Image Credit & Copyright: Rafael Defavari
Explanation: Our Milky Way Galaxy arcs over a desolate landscape in this fantastic panoramic night skyview. The otherworldly scene looks across the arid, eroded terrain of the Valle de la Luna in the Chilean Atacama desert. Just along the horizon are lights from San Pedro, Chile, as well as the small villages of Socaire and Toconao, and a tortuous road from the city of Calama to San Pedro. Taken on October 18th, the five panel mosaic also features the four galaxies easily visible from our fair planet's dark sky regions. At the far left, satellite galaxies known as the Large and Small Magellanic Clouds are framed by their terrestrial namesakes. Much fainter and at the right, beyond the Milky Way's central bulge, is the Andromeda Galaxy. The most distant in view, Andromeda lies some 2.5 million light-years away.

All Images from NASA