Chakra Work

Meditation

Kundalini

Karma Clearing

Pranayama

Breath Work

Enlightenment

Lucid Dream

Aura Viewing

Christ Conscious

Past Life

Psychic

Astral Travel

Yoga

Celibacy

Vegan Lifestyle

Self Hypnosis

Om Mantra

Compassion

Detoxification

DNA Repair

Memory

Creativity

IQ Enhancer

Positive Thinking

Energy Perk

Sleep

Relaxation

Weight Loss

Good Health

Pain Relief

Attention Disorder

Stress Relief

Depression

Addiction

 

X-37B Launches Mystery Mission Into Space
Posted In: NASA Articles  3/6/11
By: Chris Capps

Atlas_Rocket_1.jpg
You may recall stories we ran last year of the mysterious X-37B space plane, which remains as one of the great mysteries of the modern space program.  But even amid budget cuts in NASA and talks of more layoffs being circulated for another round, the highly secretive and largely unknown project has been launched after a short delay due to inclement weather.  And with this unknown cargo on-board an Atlas rocket fueling the flames of conspiracy theories, we can only begin to speculate on what this mystery rocket could be launching up into space.

The X-37B is not a NASA project, but actually hails from the fortune of a Defense Budget currently in place.  And with talks of military spending expanding to allow weapons to be put into space, the Air Force's project has a number of reasons to stay secret.  The Atlas 5 rocket had the X-37B in its nose cone as the massive rocket shot out into space and in the meantime theories abound about just what the on-board device could be.  Speculation has ranged from an aerial spying vehicle to a space based defense system designed to deter rogue satellites, space debris, and other space based craft.

The launch occurred at 22:46 GMT amid cheers from the ground.  But shortly after the mystery craft was launched the media was informed that the classified project would not have any future announcements to the public.  When asked that the mysterious craft did, Air Force Officials declared it was an experimental craft designed to test future spacecraft technologies.  But the official story ends there and that's where the speculation picks up.  And if the previous mission, known as the OTV-1 is any indicator we already know the mission will likely come and go under similar secrecy and we'll be left just as in the dark after the project is concluded.

But what the X-37b does suggest is the Air Force definitely has an interest in space.  Whether this interest is due to some interest in conquering other worlds or defending us from the inhabitants of those worlds we can only guess.  But the secrecy involved in the project suggests it must have some real world applications on our own planet (or rather above it.)

Some have even suggested the X-37b might be a highly advanced spy plane capable of entering orbit from space or deploying smaller surveillance "drones" to photograph sensitive installations which can survive reentry into the atmosphere but then can be destroyed when impacting the planet's surface.  Could this incredible robotic space drone actually be the first miniature military aircraft carrier to be deployed in space?  The Air Force has emphatically denies deploying any sort of weapons system into space.

Critics of the program have suggested the Air Force could eventually start receiving the funding once dedicated to NASA resulting in a more militarized orbit and the friendly skies becoming less friendly.


 

Home
Webmasters
Submit Article
Contact Us

Main Categories

UFO and Aliens
Info and Theories
Ghost And Demons
Religion Articles
Meditation & Spirit
Ancient Civilizations
Mysteries
Eating Healthy
True Stories

Other Categories

Space &Astrology
Technology Articles
NASA Articles
Personal Accounts
Self Improvement
Mars Coverage
Pics & Multimedia
Other Exciting News
Video Library
Weird Weather
Political Conspiracy
Cryptology
Benjamin Fulford

 

 
 

Copyright Unexplainable.Net
Owned by: Unexplainable Enterprises LLC
For article reprint information, see our Webmasters Section

Terms of Service  Privacy Policy