Recent UFO sightings and space news

North Korean space scientist to US people: 'Trust us'
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While North Korea claims its space program is completely peaceful, many international governments think its real nature is military — the same rocket technology to put a satellite in orbit can be used to deliver nuclear warheads to any part of the planet.

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'Nominal!' Russia Launches Crucial Progress Cargo Ship to Space Station
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After two straight failures of space station resupply missions, a Russian Progress cargo ship was successfully sent into orbit on Friday — much to the relief of the International Space Station's managers and crew members. "Everything went by the book …

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UFO sighting reports doubled in June
www.openminds.tv
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To see this for yourselves, just watch the number of UFO sightings that will roll in this weekend, during the 4th of July holiday weekend. What is not normal is to see a month have double the amount of sightings that are normally reported. In 2014 …

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​'British X-Files' on UFOs to be released by 2016 – govt …
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Top secret files dubbed “the British X-Files,” which UFO hunters believe could prove extraterrestrials have visited the UK, are to be released by the Ministry of Defence (MoD).

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Breathtaking ruins of the Soviet space shuttle program
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With their broken windows, missing tiles, and ransacked interiors, these shuttles are a haunting — and fascinating — piece of space history, rarely-seen by the outside world. Indeed, when 36-year-old Russian photographer Ralph Mirebs discovered the …

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Russian Cargo Spacecraft Launches Toward Space Station
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It looks like a robotic cargo ship will actually make it to the International Space Station this time. Russia's Progress 60 freighter launched smoothly toward the orbiting lab atop a Soyuz rocket at 12:55 a.m. EDT (0455 GMT) Friday (July 3) from …

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