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Monday, March 17, 2014

The Reinforcements have Arrived: ET Fleet Caught by ISS Camera March 10th [video]




The Reinforcements have Arrived: ET Fleet Caught by ISS Camera March 10th [video]


Thanks, Extraterrestrials.ning.com.
Well, Cobra said they were amassing in our atmosphere and above in preparation. This looks to be at least some of them—right on schedule for the rescue effort. Woo-hoo!!!  Disclosure may be just around the corner!  ~ BP






Incredible fleet of unknown objects caught by the ISS on March10th, 2014. Objects seem to appear out of thin air, possibly a portal or wormhole of some kind….
And a reader advised that National Geographic will be broadcasting live tonight from the International Space Station. Wouldn’t it be cool if the Galactics put in an appearance?
National Geographic Channel is taking viewers around the world—literally—in this spectacular two-hour television event broadcasting LIVE from the International Space Station (ISS) and Mission Control in Houston, Texas. Made in collaboration with NASA, we’ll go into orbit with astronauts Rick Mastracchio and Koichi Wakata as they fly at 17,500 mph nearly 250 miles above the earth’s surface on the International Space Station, while astronaut Mike Massimino joins hostSoledad O’Brien on the ground at Mission Control in Houston. From space, Mastracchio and Wakata will give viewers a fully guided tour, showing us how they live for months in microgravity. They’ll conduct never-before-broadcast experiments that demonstrate the real-world value of the science conducted on the floating laboratory. Plus get ready for stunning shots of Earth, from sunset and sunrise, to city lights and green aurora, to lightning storms and shooting stars. You’ve never seen our planet like this before.