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NASA just released Cassini images showing possible UFOs near Saturn’s moon Titan

NASA’s Cassini spacecraft has had its last close brush with Saturn’s moon Titan and transmitted images showing strange objects near Saturn’s hazy moon before its final set of 22 orbits around the ringed planet.

The spacecraft made its 127th and final close approach to Titan on April 21 at 11:08 p.m. PDT (2:08 a.m. EDT on April 22), passing at an altitude of about 608 miles (979 kilometers) above the moon’s surface.

The flyby also put Cassini on course for its dramatic last act, known as the Grand Finale. The mission will conclude with a science-rich plunge into Saturn’s atmosphere on Sept. 15, 2017.

 

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Cassini spacecraft reveals Saturn’s ‘Flying Saucer’ Moon Pan

Dr Norman Bergrun is right that alien spacecraft have orbiting Saturn for years and that the rings of the planet are a massive meeting place for extraterrestrials?

On March 7, 2017 NASA’s Cassini spacecraft captured clear images of Saturn’s moon Pan which is 22-mile wide (35km.)

Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/Space Science Institute

But giving the odd shape of the moon that looks like a flying saucer we may wonder whether it is an artificial construction built by extraterrestrials.

Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/Space Science Institute

Besides, the moon Pan is located in one of Saturn’s rings which could indicate that it might be an alien spacecraft, as Bergrun, author of ‘The Ringmakers of Saturn’ already said years ago.

Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/Space Science Institute

The raw, unprocessed images of Saturn’s moon Pan are the closest images ever taken by Cassini. The flyby had a close-approach distance of 24,572 kilometers (15,268 miles).

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Strange Moon Of Saturn An Artificial Alien Construct?

Lapetus is the third-largest natural satellite of Saturn. Discoveries by the Cassini mission in 2007 revealed several unusual features.

One of these features is a mysterious massive equatorial ridge reaching up to 20 km high, 1,300 km long and 20 km wide, and encircles more than 75 percent of the moon.

It is not clear how the ridge formed. One difficulty is to explain why it follows the equator almost perfectly.

There are at least four current hypotheses:

The ridge could be icy material that welled up from beneath the surface and then solidified.

Iapetus could have had a ring system during its formation due to its large Hill sphere, and that the equatorial ridge was then produced by coalitional accretion of this ring.

The ridge and the bulge are the result of ancient convective overturn.

The fourth hypothesis is that Lapetus is not a natural moon but an artificial constructed alien object or space craft.

 

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Strange Moon Of Saturn An Artificial Alien Construct?

Lapetus is the third-largest natural satellite of Saturn. Discoveries by the Cassini mission in 2007 revealed several unusual features.

One of these features is a mysterious massive equatorial ridge reaching up to 20 km high, 1,300 km long and 20 km wide, and encircles more than 75 percent of the moon.

It is not clear how the ridge formed. One difficulty is to explain why it follows the equator almost perfectly.

There are at least four current hypotheses:

The ridge could be icy material that welled up from beneath the surface and then solidified.

Iapetus could have had a ring system during its formation due to its large Hill sphere, and that the equatorial ridge was then produced by coalitional accretion of this ring.

The ridge and the bulge are the result of ancient convective overturn.

The fourth hypothesis is that Lapetus is not a natural moon but an artificial constructed alien object or space craft.

 

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Strange Moon Of Saturn An Artificial Alien Construct?

Lapetus is the third-largest natural satellite of Saturn. Discoveries by the Cassini mission in 2007 revealed several unusual features.

One of these features is a mysterious massive equatorial ridge reaching up to 20 km high, 1,300 km long and 20 km wide, and encircles more than 75 percent of the moon.

It is not clear how the ridge formed. One difficulty is to explain why it follows the equator almost perfectly.

There are at least four current hypotheses:

The ridge could be icy material that welled up from beneath the surface and then solidified.

Iapetus could have had a ring system during its formation due to its large Hill sphere, and that the equatorial ridge was then produced by coalitional accretion of this ring.

The ridge and the bulge are the result of ancient convective overturn.

The fourth hypothesis is that Lapetus is not a natural moon but an artificial constructed alien object or space craft.

 

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Strange Moon Of Saturn An Artificial Alien Construct?

Lapetus is the third-largest natural satellite of Saturn. Discoveries by the Cassini mission in 2007 revealed several unusual features.

One of these features is a mysterious massive equatorial ridge reaching up to 20 km high, 1,300 km long and 20 km wide, and encircles more than 75 percent of the moon.

It is not clear how the ridge formed. One difficulty is to explain why it follows the equator almost perfectly.

There are at least four current hypotheses:

The ridge could be icy material that welled up from beneath the surface and then solidified.

Iapetus could have had a ring system during its formation due to its large Hill sphere, and that the equatorial ridge was then produced by coalitional accretion of this ring.

The ridge and the bulge are the result of ancient convective overturn.

The fourth hypothesis is that Lapetus is not a natural moon but an artificial constructed alien object or space craft.

 

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