Sea Sponge Found On Mars By Curiosity Rover

Date of discovery: Sept 2014
Location of discovery: Mars  
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Photo ID: Sol 746, Mastcam: Left (MAST_LEFT)

This round object is an ancient fossil. It is a sea sponge and very common on Earth. Compare the close up of the Mars ball and the Earth ball. You will notice an incredible similarity in their size, shape, and even indention. This is hard core evidence that ancient oceans teaming with life once existed.

NASA Records Radio Signals Coming From Comet 67P For Over 20 Years..!!

Name of comet: Comet 67P
Location of comet: Earths Solar System
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Now this is interesting. For over 20 years NASA has been picking up radio signals coming from Comet 67P. In this photo is a glowing disk near the surface of the comet. The same UFO we reported several weeks ago, however this new information just came to light. You have to watch this video. Its made by BPEarthWatch of Youtube and its very informative about the radio transmissions that NASA traced to the comet.

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Date of Shooting - 13-Mar-2014
Place of Shooting - Kernersville NC, US
What he said - "I was driving to work and noticed this extremely bright light in the sky. It was weird how bright it was and how it stayed in the same place no matter where I turned. I filmed for almost 45 minutes. During the first 44 minutes nothing happened. During the last minute I found a lot of activity. I did not notice anything at the time because I was just holding my phone and not watching it. I found the action at home later that night when I looked through the video closely. At first, all I noticed was the "shooting star" type thing that happens right after I go under the bridge, but on closer examination, I noticed 2 silver objects moving from the clouds before going under the bridge. One silver objects comes out of the top cloud and makes a strange directional change and moves diagonally from right to left very quickly. The other silver object comes up from a lower cloud and I can't really tell where it goes.

I recently heard about your website and decided to let you look at the video and let me know what you think. "


NASA Latest Images..!!

62 Kilometers above Comet Churyumov-Gerasimenko
Additional Processing & Copyright: Elisabetta Bonora & Marco Faccin (Alive Universe Images)
Explanation: Spacecraft Rosetta continues to approach, circle, and map Comet Churyumov-Gerasimenko. Crossing the inner Solar System for ten years to reach the vicinity of the comet last month, the robotic spacecraft continues to image the unusual double-lobed comet nucleus. The reconstructed-color image featured, taken about 10 days ago, indicates how dark this comet nucleus is. On the average, the comet's surface reflects only about four percent of impinging visible light, making it as dark as coal. Comet 67P/Churyumov–Gerasimenko spans about four kilometers in length and has a surface gravity so low that an astronaut could jump off of it. In about two months, Rosetta is scheduled to release the first probe ever to attempt a controlled landing on a comet's nucleus.

Aurora and Volcanic Light Pillar
Image Credit & Copyright: Stéphane Vetter (Nuits sacrées)
Explanation: That's no sunset. And that thin red line just above it -- that's not a sun pillar. The red glow on the horizon originates from a volcanic eruption, and the red line is the eruption's reflection from fluttering atmospheric ice crystals. This unusual volcanic light pillar was captured over Iceland earlier this month. The featured scene looks north from Jökulsárlón toward the erupting volcano Bárðarbunga in the Holuhraun lava field. Even the foreground sky is picturesque, with textured grey clouds in the lower atmosphere, shimmering green aurora in the upper atmosphere, and bright stars far in the distance. Although the last eruption from Holuhraun was in 1797, the present volcanic activity continues.

Explanation: Launched on November 18, 2013, the MAVEN (Mars Atmosphere and Volatile EvolutioN) spacecraft completed its interplanetary voyage September 21, captured into a wide, elliptical orbit around Mars. MAVEN's imaging ultraviolet spectrograph has already begun its planned exploration of the Red Planet's upper atmosphere, acquiring this image data from an altitude of 36,500 kilometers. In false color, the three ultraviolet wavelength bands show light reflected from atomic hydrogen (in blue), atomic oxygen (in green) and the planet's surface (in red). Low mass atomic hydrogen is seen to extend thousands of kilometers into space, with the cloud of more massive oxygen atoms held closer by Mars' gravity. Both are by products of the breakdown of water and carbon dioxide in Mars' atmosphere and the MAVEN data can be used to determine the rate of water loss over time. In fact, MAVEN is the first mission dedicated to exploring Mars' tenuous upper atmosphere, ionosphere and interactions with the Sun and solar wind. But the most recent addition to the fleet of spacecraft from planet Earth now in martian orbit is MOM. 

The Lagoon Nebula in Stars Dust and Gas
Image Credit & Copyright: Remus Chua (Celestial Portraits)
Explanation: The large majestic Lagoon Nebula is home for many young stars and hot gas. Spanning 100 light years across while lying only about 5000 light years distant, the Lagoon Nebula is so big and bright that it can be seen without a telescope toward the constellation of Sagittarius. Many bright stars are visible from NGC 6530, an open cluster that formed in the nebula only several million years ago. The greater nebula, also known as M8 and NGC 6523, is named "Lagoon" for the band of dust seen to the left of the open cluster's center. A bright knot of gas and dust in the nebula's center is known as the Hourglass Nebula. The featured picture is a newly processed panorama of M8, capturing five times the diameter of the Moon. Star formation continues in the Lagoon Nebula as witnessed by the many globules that exist there. 

Explanation: The large stellar association cataloged as NGC 206 is nestled within the dusty arms of the neighboring Andromeda galaxy. Also known as M31, the spiral galaxy is a mere 2.5 million light-years away. NGC 206 is near top center in this gorgeous close-up of the southwestern extent of Andromeda's disk, a remarkable composite of data from space and ground-based observatories. The bright, blue stars of NGC 206 indicate its youth. In fact, its youngest massive stars are less than 10 million years old. Much larger than the open or galactic clusters of young stars in the disk of our Milky Way galaxy, NGC 206 spans about 4,000 light-years. That's comparable in size to the giant stellar nurseries NGC 604 in nearby spiral M33 and the Tarantula Nebula, in the Large Magellanic Cloud. Star forming sites within Andromeda are revealed by the telltale reddish emission from clouds of ionized hydrogen gas.

Milky Way above Atacama Salt Lagoon
Image Credit & Copyright: Alex Tudorica (AIfA, U. Bonn)
Explanation: Galaxies, stars, and a serene reflecting pool combine to create this memorable land and skyscape. The featured panorama is a 12-image mosaic taken last month from the Salar de Atacama salt flat in northern Chile. The calm water is Laguna Cejar, a salty lagoon featuring a large central sinkhole. On the image left, the astrophotographer's fiancee is seen capturing the same photogenic scene. The night sky is lit up with countless stars, the Large and Small Magellanic Cloud galaxies on the left, and the band of our Milky Way galaxy running diagonally up the right. The Milky Way may appear to be causing havoc at the horizon, but those are just the normal lights of a nearby town.

Potentially Habitable Moons
Image Credit: Research and compilation - René Heller (McMaster Univ.) et al.
Panels - NASA/JPL/Space Science Institute - Copyright: Ted Stryk
Explanation: For astrobiologists, these may be the four most tantalizing moons in our Solar System. Shown at the same scale, their exploration by interplanetary spacecraft has launched the idea that moons, not just planets, could have environments supporting life. The Galileo mission to Jupiter discovered Europa's global subsurface ocean of liquid water and indications of Ganymede's interior seas. At Saturn, the Cassini probe detected erupting fountains of water ice from Enceladus indicating warmer subsurface water on even that small moon, while finding surface lakes of frigid but still liquid hydrocarbons beneath the dense atmosphere of large moon Titan. Now looking beyond the Solar System, new research suggests that sizable exomoons, could actually outnumber exoplanets in stellar habitable zones. That would make moons the most common type of habitable world in the Universe.

Comet CG01 Rosetta in full zoom

Potentially Habitable Moons in full zoom
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Mars Images by ISRO Mars Orbiter Mission ( INDIA )

Latest Image released on 29-Sep-2014
Regional dust storm activities over Northern Hemisphere of Mars - captured by Mars Color Camera on-board Mars Orbiter Spacecraft from altitude of 74500 km on Sep 28, 2014
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Below Images released on 25-Sep-2014
Martian atmosphere as seen from an altitude of 8449 km. Image taken using Mars Color Camera on-board

Source - ISRO

Worm like Metal thing and a UFO captured in video

Sighting date - 14-Sep-2014
Place of sighting - Quincy CA, US
Description of Sighting - "Noticed an object not making a sound or moving fast at all more like a worm just moving extremely slow in the sky. While filming officers driving to the airport to investigate i captured a ufo within and under one second in the beginning of the video attached. "

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