A lot of the Black Night discoveries that have come to be linked to the Black Knight satellite theory relate to radio signals. But a series of images from emerged that really threw the celestial cat among the pigeons.
There, for all to see, were images released by NASA that showed a black object hovering above the Earth in low orbit.
And it wasn't long after the images were thrust in front of a hopeful public before people were performing some conspiratorial sums and sharing them with the wider world. By way of explanation, astronaut Jerry Ross pointed out that the ISS was in the midst of being constructed when the images were taken. The U. The task was to wrap these around four bare trunnion pins, these being rods that attached the module to the shuttle while it was being transported.
This would act to prevent heat loss from the exposed metal. Unfortunately, during one of the extravehicular activities EVA things went a little bit wrong and one of the covers came loose from its tether, causing it to float away along with some other items. Subsequently captured on camera, this black object Black Night given the object number by NASA, and a few days later the object fell from orbit and burned up. Far from being an extraterrestrial object, the black item floating in space was nothing more than a blanket.
Much of this has been placed on the record. Former Black Night space engineer James Oberg, who personally knows Ross and the person who took the photos, Sergei Krikalev, has gone to great lengths to show that these supposed images of the Black Knight have less fanciful origins, Black Night.
The difference is, for the general public all these features are unearthly to folks who are only familiar with Earthside principles of heating, working, motion and dozens of other never-before-encountered-in-history aspects of outer space. Given Oberg's debunking you'd think the matter would have Black Night to a close. But no.
Since the images were shared far and wide, conspiracy theories have continued. All normal journalistic practices — determining the timeline, asking witnesses, searching for the wider context — were skipped. By absorbing the images into a growing body of "evidence," they were seen as definite proof that the Black Night Knight alien satellite really was out there.
Reaching that conclusion, however, has required greats leaps of faith, and has also needed past discoveries to be forced into the overall story. Firm believers have had no problems going right back to in pursuit of such "truth" but, just like the photographic records, each piece of supposed evidence brought to the table so far has been explained away without falling back on the Black Knight myth. So what happened in ? That year Nikola Tesla began to record some very odd signals, seemingly from outer space.
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