Since the first UFO sighting, many types, shapes, and features of unidentified flying craft have been recorded. From the most common, saucer-shaped to the silent hovering UFOs, there are hundreds of thousands of cases around the world. Still, there is a vague answer to this mystery. However, there are three lesser-known sightings that might prove that extraterrestrial craft visited earth at least three times in the last decades.
First sighting: Skylab III Mission – September 20, 1973 – southwestern Indian Ocean
Skylab III was the second crewed mission to the first American space station, Skylab. The mission began on July 28, 1973 and ended on September 25, 1973. It lasted 59 days. The crew consisted of three astronauts: Alan Bean, Owen Garriott, and Jack Lousma.
On September 20, 1973, the astronauts saw a bright red light, which they described as a “red satellite.” They said it was rotating because it had a variation in brightness. The object followed them for more than 10 minutes, and at around 16:46 GMT, the astronauts lost visual contact with the UFO after both Skylab and the object crossed the sunset terminator into darkness. According to Alan Bean, it was one of the most unusual things they had seen.
What makes this sighting so mysterious is that the object’s orbit was dangerously close to Skylab’s orbit, so it should have been picked up by NORAD at some time during its orbit. There was no report that NASA or NORAD detected any object near Skylab. The astronauts never saw the object again. The photos of the UFO were removed from NASA’s archives. Below is the trajectory of both Skylab “blue” and the UFO “red.”
NASA had an agreement with the US intelligence community that dated from the beginning of the Gemini program. All astronaut photographs of the Earth would first be reviewed by the National Photographic Interpretation Center in Building 213 in the Washington, DC Navy Yard. NPIC was an organization managed by the CIA that interpreted satellite and aerial photography.
On April 19, 1974, someone in the CIA sent the Director of Central Intelligence William Colby a memorandum regarding a little problem. “The issue arises from the fact that the recent Skylab mission inadvertently photographed” the airfield at Groom Lake. “There were specific instructions not to do this,” the memo stated, and Groom “was the only location which had such an instruction.” In other words, the CIA considered no other spot on Earth to be as sensitive as Groom Lake, and the astronauts had just taken a picture of it.
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Second sighting: Voronezh, Russia – November 8, 1989
The second sighting of this UFO took place in the Russian city of Voronezh on November 8, 1989, during the 1989 UFO wave in the USSR. Two Russian cadets named Alexei Fomin and Alexander Petrov, from the Voronezh High Aviation Engineering School, photographed a strange object in the sky. The UFO was grey/white in color and surrounded by a pink halo. It hovered above the city for around 6 minutes, then it started decreasing in size and vanished, leaving a trail of smoke in the sky.
The supposed UFO appeared a few weeks later, when school children from South Park along Mendeleev Street in Voronezh claimed to have seen three aliens emerge out of a large, shining ball. Additionally, experts who analyzed the photo did not find any forgery with the images.
Third sighting: Bekasi City, Indonesia – June 29, 2020
This 50-second UFO footage was filmed by an Indonesian man named Ardian Syamsudin. The UFO sighting took place in the city of Bekasi on June 29, 2020. According to Ardian, the UFO appeared at night on several occasions.
Fortunately, he was able to record it on his phone. The UFO appears to glow in a violet/pink color and looks very similar to the 1989 sighting in Voronezh.
Here is an image comparison of the three UFO sightings. Is this all just a coincidence? Could it be that the same UFO visited Earth for at least 47 years?
Coming back to the Skylab incident, NASA had an agreement with the US intelligence community that dated from the beginning of the Gemini program. All astronaut photographs of the Earth would first be reviewed by the National Photographic Interpretation Center in Building 213 in the Washington, DC Navy Yard. NPIC was an organization managed by the CIA that interpreted satellite and aerial photography.
NASA conspirators have full assurance that the US space agency has been covering the evidence of UFOs since the first Apollo mission. Donna Hare claimed to have worked for NASA contactor Philco Ford in the early 1970s. She had a high-security clearance to walk in NASA’s photo lab and other departments.
During the Disclosure Project press conference, Hare revealed that NASA covered up and eliminated space anomalies such as UFOs from the satellite photos. Hare has got several awards in the space programs. She dedicated most of her time as a technical illustrator to space programs. She created lunar maps, landing slides and had been working for 15 years as a sub-contractor for NASA. (Click here to read more about it)