What kind of UFOs are they..?


Date of sight - 26-July-2014
Place of sight - Cancun, MX
Description of Sighting Report - "One of the nights while I was vacationing in Cancun, Mexico I decided to take some night pictures of the resort and the night sky. I decided to try a new technique called exposure to the left that many photographers use to capture the milky way in an area that has a lot of light pollution. Exposure to the left focuses on the dark sky verses buildings which are close by and as a result we will have a well lite night sky with all the stars nicely visible because using this technique will absorb all the light possible.
Back to the subject... so I began taking pictures of the night sky adjusting the settings on my dslr playing around to see what would yield the best results. The whole time I was aware of the area in focus and what I wanted to capture in the frame and I would then view the pictures to see the results. Well in one of them I noticed 2 blue objects in the sky and when I zoomed in to get a better view I noticed that it was 2 flying objects that appeared to hovering and you can so see the energy that the ufo's are releasing on top and bottom to maintain there position. Once again I was not able to see them with the naked eye, but yet my camera was able to using a tripod, iso 200, shutter speed of 20-30 seconds. The trees look a bit blurry because there was a slight wind. "




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UFO observed in 1 of 2 still photos taken in 5 seconds gap


Date of Event - 27-Sep-2013
Place of Event - Hyderabad, INDIA
Description of Sighting Report - "I was in the train, which stopped in Falaknuma Palace Railway Station. I looking at Falaknuma Palace on the hill, in the city of Hyderabad, and took 2 pictures of the palace from the train window in a span of 5 seconds using my Samsung Mobile Phone. Train was static. Then the train moved after it got signal.

I didnot check the pictures nor did I notice the UFO in the pictures for some time. Then after a month, while downloading the pictures I observed that in the first picture taken at 21 seconds past 1809 hrs (21 seconds past 06-09 pm)there was a UFO, which was missing in the next picture taken after 5 seconds.

The Palace which I wanted to take a picture of is located near the International Airport. For some time I thought it was an airplane. But I took the Picture of the Palace after noticing that the sky is clear, and no airplanes flying that time.

Secondly, I felt that no airplane can move so fast within a span of 5 seconds gap between 2 photos, at an altitude where a plane can either land or take off.

I, hereby, present both the pictures for your evaluation

Pic-1 : File Name : 2013-09-27 18.09.21
Pic-2 : File Name : 2013-09-27 18.09.26

Both the names of the files are system generated and you can find the date & time (in seconds) in the file names."

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UFOs in Clouds..!!


Date of Event - 06-July-2014
Place of Event - Greeley CO, US
Description of Sighting Report - "I was on a work assignment in Germany, photography being my hobby I was taking pictures of cloud formations with my DSLR it was a very bright sunny day. I initially took pictures of various cloud formations later while developing them I light room when I adjusted the exposure and contrast I was astonished to see what I could capture.

1.if you see what I have circled in the first pic you will see 3 rod like mini UFOs who are travelling in a straight direction.

2.later I saw a nice cloud formation from my window and was excited to take a picture in that picture I have captured 3 different UFOs these look like saucers but since they are far off at an angle you can only make out cross section. if you zoom the picture you can clearly differentiate between flying birds in vicinity 2 small UFOs and 1 larger UFO of a mother ship kind.



3.also on other day I was taking pictures of nice full moon during which I saw a dark object moving at tremendous speeds away from earth when I clicked the object was a centimeter below the lower outline of moon bz the time it was captured you can see how far it has moved. during this same time I had captured a weird looking thing travelling in the similar direction.


all the photos I have uploaded have been worked upon in light room for contrast, sharpness and exposure correction. if required I can also help with the unedited pictures."



Watch in full Zoom..!!



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http://www.mufoncms.com/files/58401_submitter_file1__Rodliketrio.jpg
http://www.mufoncms.com/files/58401_submitter_file2__SaucerlikeDuowithMothership.jpg
http://www.mufoncms.com/files/58401_submitter_file3__Strangeflyingthing.jpg
http://www.mufoncms.com/files/58401_submitter_file4__SuperspeedDiamondUFO.jpg

Odd Humanoid Figure Spotted on the Moon


Remember the 1967 NASA image referred to as "The Shard"? A strange and very large tower type figure that appeared in one still image captured by Lunar Orbiter III.

Well an irregularly shaped object spotted on Google Moon could be eerily similar and it looks like it could be a cast shadow from a massive standing object, or humanoid figure.

Here are the coordinates: 27°34'26.35"N 19°36'4.75"W (http://i.imgur.com/26Q8UC0.png)

but  Raw image from LROC (Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter Camera) is not like that.
http://i.imgur.com/lzK5gBu.png

Can you justify which image is real...???


NASA latest Images


Spacecraft Rosetta Shows Comet has Two Components
Image Credit: ESA/Rosetta/MPS for OSIRIS Team; MPS/UPD/LAM/IAA/SSO/INTA/UPM/DASP/IDA
Explanation: Why does this comet's nucleus have two components? The surprising discovery that Comet 67P/Churyumov–Gerasimenko has a double nucleus came late last week as ESA's robotic interplanetary spacecraft Rosetta continued its approach toward the ancient comet's core. Speculative ideas on how the double core was created include, currently, that Comet Churyumov–Gerasimenko is actually the result of the merger of two comets, that the comet is a loose pile of rubble pulled apart by tidal forces, that ice evaporation on the comet has been asymmetric, or that the comet has undergone some sort of explosive event. Pictured above, the comet's unusual 5-km sized comet nucleus is seen rotating over the course of a few hours, with each frame taken 20-minutes apart. Better images -- and hopefully more refined theories -- are expected as Rosetta is on track to enter orbit around Comet Churyumov–Gerasimenko's nucleus early next month, and by the end of the year, if possible, land a probe on it.

The Moon Eclipses Saturn
Image Credit & Copyright: Carlos Di Nallo
Explanation: What happened to half of Saturn? Nothing other than Earth's Moon getting in the way. As pictured above on the far right, Saturn is partly eclipsed by a dark edge of a Moon itself only partly illuminated by the Sun. This year the orbits of the Moon and Saturn have led to an unusually high number of alignments of the ringed giant behind Earth's largest satellite. Technically termed an occultation, the above image captured one such photogenic juxtaposition from Buenos Aires, Argentina that occurred early last week. Visible to the unaided eye but best viewed with binoculars, there are still four more eclipses of Saturn by our Moon left in 2014. The next one will be on August 4 and visible from Australia, while the one after will occur on August 31 and be visible from western Africa at night but simultaneously from much of eastern North America during the day.

Manhattanhenge: A New York City Sunset
Image Credit & Copyright: Neil deGrasse Tyson (AMNH)
Explanation: This coming Saturday, if it is clear, well placed New Yorkers can go outside at sunset and watch their city act like a modern version of Stonehenge. Manhattan's streets will flood dramatically with sunlight just as the Sun sets precisely at each street's western end. Usually, the tall buildings that line the gridded streets of New York City's tallest borough will hide the setting Sun. This effect makes Manhattan a type of modern Stonehenge, although only aligned to about 30 degrees east of north. Were Manhattan's road grid perfectly aligned to east and west, today's effect would occur on the Vernal and Autumnal Equinox, March 21 and September 21, the only two days that the Sun rises and sets due east and west. Pictured above in this horizontally stretched image, the Sun sets down 34th Street as viewed from Park Avenue. If Saturday's sunset is hidden by clouds do not despair -- the same thing happens twice each year: in late May and mid July. On none of these occasions, however, should you ever look directly at the Sun.

Spotty Sunrise over Brisbane
Image Credit & Copyright: Stephen Mudge
Explanation: In this composite cityscape, dawn's first colors backdrop the lights along Brisbane's skyline at the southeastern corner of Queensland, Australia, planet Earth. Using a solar filter, additional exposures made every 3.5 minutes follow the winter sunrise on July 8 as planet-sized sunspots cross the visible solar disk. The sunspots mark solar active regions with convoluted magnetic fields. Even as the maximum in the solar activity cycle begins to fade, the active regions produce intense solar flares and eruptions launching coronal mass ejections (CMEs), enormous clouds of energetic particles, into our fair solar system.

SN 1006 Supernova Remnant
Image Credit: NASA, ESA, Zolt Levay (STScI)
Explanation: A new star, likely the brightest supernova in recorded human history, lit up planet Earth's sky in the year 1006 AD. The expanding debris cloud from the stellar explosion, found in the southerly constellation of Lupus, still puts on a cosmic light show across the electromagnetic spectrum. In fact, this composite view includes X-ray data in blue from the Chandra Observatory, optical data in yellowish hues, and radio image data in red. Now known as the SN 1006 supernova remnant, the debris cloud appears to be about 60 light-years across and is understood to represent the remains of a white dwarf star. Part of a binary star system, the compact white dwarf gradually captured material from its companion star. The buildup in mass finally triggered a thermonuclear explosion that destroyed the dwarf star. Because the distance to the supernova remnant is about 7,000 light-years, that explosion actually happened 7,000 years before the light reached Earth in 1006. Shockwaves in the remnant accelerate particles to extreme energies and are thought to be a source of the mysterious cosmic rays.

M106 Across the Spectrum
Image Credit: X-ray - NASA / CXC / Caltech / P.Ogle et al.,
Optical - NASA/STScI, IR - NASA/JPL-Caltech, Radio - NSF/NRAO/VLA
Explanation: The spiral arms of bright, active galaxy M106 sprawl through this remarkable multiwavelength portrait, composed of image data from radio to X-rays, across the electromagnetic spectrum. Also known as NGC 4258, M106 can be found toward the northern constellation Canes Venatici. The well-measured distance to M106 is 23.5 million light-years, making this cosmic scene about 60,000 light-years across. Typical in grand spiral galaxies, dark dust lanes, youthful star clusters, and star forming regions trace spiral arms that converge on a bright nucleus. But this composite highlights two anomalous arms in radio (purple) and X-ray (blue) that seem to arise in the central region of M106, evidence of energetic jets of material blasting into the galaxy's disk. The jets are likely powered by matter falling into a massive central black hole.

NGC 4651: The Umbrella Galaxy
Image Credit & Copyright: R Jay Gabany (Blackbird Observatories)
Collaboration: C.Foster (Australian Astronomical Obs.), H.Lux (U. Nottingham, Oxford),
A.Romanowsky (San Jose State, UCO), D.Martínez-Delgado (Heidelberg), et al.
Explanation: Spiral galaxy NGC 4651 is a mere 62 million light-years distant, toward the well-groomed northern constellation Coma Berenices. About the size of our Milky Way, this island universe is seen to have a faint umbrella-shaped structure that seems to extend (left) some 100 thousand light-years beyond the bright galactic disk. The giant cosmic umbrella is now known to be composed of tidal star streams - extensive trails of stars gravitationally stripped from a smaller satellite galaxy. The small galaxy was eventually torn apart in repeated encounters as it swept back and forth on eccentric orbits through NGC 4651. In fact, the picture insert zooms in on the smaller galaxy's remnant core, identified in an extensive exploration of the system, using data from the large Subaru and Keck telescopes on Mauna Kea. Work begun by a remarkable collaboration of amateur and professional astronomers to image faint structures around bright galaxies suggests that even in nearby galaxies, tidal star streams are common markers of such galactic mergers. The result is explained by models of galaxy formation that also apply to our own Milky Way.

Auroras over Northern Canada
Image Credit & Copyright: Kwon, O Chul (TWAN)
Explanation: Gusting solar winds and blasts of charged particles from the Sun resulted in several rewarding nights last December for those anticipating auroras. The above image captured dramatic auroras stretching across a sky near the town of Yellowknife in northern Canada. The auroras were so bright that they not only inspired awe, but were easily visible on an image exposure of only 1.3 seconds. A video taken concurrently shows the dancing sky lights evolving in real time as tourists, many there just to see auroras, respond with cheers. The conical dwellings on the image right are teepees, while far in the background, near the image center, is the constellation of Orion.

The Moon Eclipses Saturn
Image Credit & Copyright: Carlos Di Nallo
Explanation: What happened to half of Saturn? Nothing other than Earth's Moon getting in the way. As pictured above on the far right, Saturn is partly eclipsed by a dark edge of a Moon itself only partly illuminated by the Sun. This year the orbits of the Moon and Saturn have led to an unusually high number of alignments of the ringed giant behind Earth's largest satellite. Technically termed an occultation, the above image captured one such photogenic juxtaposition from Buenos Aires, Argentina that occurred early last week. Visible to the unaided eye but best viewed with binoculars, there are still four more eclipses of Saturn by our Moon left in 2014. The next one will be on August 4 and visible from Australia, while the one after will occur on August 31 and be visible from western Africa at night but simultaneously from much of eastern North America during the day.

Alicante Beach Moonrise
Image Credit & Copyright: José Carlos González
Explanation: In this beach and skyscape from Alicante, Spain, July's Full Moon shines in the dark blue twilight, its reflection coloring the Mediterranean waters. Near the horizon, the moonlight is reddened by its long path through the atmosphere, but this Full Moon was also near perigee, the closest point to Earth along the Moon's elliptical orbit. That made it a Supermoon, a mighty 14% larger and 30% brighter than a Full Moon at apogee, the Moon's farthest orbital swing. Of course, most warm summer nights are a good time to enjoy a family meal oceanside, but what fish do you catch on the night of a Supermoon? They must be Moon breams.

A Solar Filament Erupts
Image Credit: NASA's GSFC, SDO AIA Team
Explanation: What's happened to our Sun? Nothing very unusual -- it just threw a filament. Toward the middle of 2012, a long standing solar filament suddenly erupted into space producing an energetic Coronal Mass Ejection (CME). The filament had been held up for days by the Sun's ever changing magnetic field and the timing of the eruption was unexpected. Watched closely by the Sun-orbiting Solar Dynamics Observatory, the resulting explosion shot electrons and ions into the Solar System, some of which arrived at Earth three days later and impacted Earth's magnetosphere, causing visible aurorae. Loops of plasma surrounding an active region can be seen above the erupting filament in the ultraviolet image. Over the past week the number of sunspots visible on the Sun unexpectedly dropped to zero, causing speculation that the Sun has now passed a very unusual solar maximum, the time in the Sun's 11-year cycle when it is most active.

Source - NASA

Curiosity Just Stumbled Across A Huge Iron Meteorite on Mars



Meet Lebanon, an iron meteorite that NASA's Curiosity rover ran into on its 640th sol (Martian day) on Mars. Back here on Earth, it was May 25, 2014.

It's not clear why Curiosity's engineers named this hunk o' rock "Lebanon." Maybe it's a reference to the Middle Eastern country, which is sort of shaped like this. Other Martian iron meteorites have also received geographic names, including Block Island and Oileán Ruaidh, which is the Gaelic name for an island off the coast of Ireland.


for full details.....
http://mars.jpl.nasa.gov/multimedia/images/?ImageID=6433