Black Knight Satellite
he Black Knight satellite conspiracy theory dates back to the year 1899. It is about a spacecraft of extraterrestrial origin that NASA noticed hovering at the orbit of the earth. Since then, NASA has been so active to cover up the origin and existence of the strange Unidentified Flying Object.
Following the photo taken during the mission of STS-88, NASA classified the Black Knight Satellite as a photo of space debris brushing off the fact that it was indeed an alien technology. In addition, James Oberg, a space journalist proceeded to say that it was possible that the debris was simply a thermal blanket that was lost during the STS-88 mission. Up to date, the subject remains a mystery to most people while others believe the source materials and alien technologies.
After NASA astronauts captured the Black knight satellite on camera, Tesla identified it as an unidentified object. In fact, the 1300 years old satellite is orbiting the surface of the earth in the neighboring polar orbit. The first case of its inception is dated back to 1899 after Nikola Tesla performed a number of successful radio experiment. Nevertheless, Donald Keyhoe, a UFO scientist one again reported in 1954 that about two satellites have since been seen revolving around the surface of the earth; in 1957, the first-ever man-made satellite was first launched. Several years later until 1998, NASA was able to photograph another space debris similar to the previous unidentified satellite. With a lot of speculations prevailing about this occurrence, this article seeks to state all the facts about the Black Knight.
Uncovering the black knight debris
Nikola Tesla frequently talked about his several experiments with electric current and shared some findings with the public. In 1901, he said that, as he was conducting some experiments, he came across a few disturbances with the electric signals. He then added that those interferences were possibly from an extraterrestrial origin because of establishing some communication.
After Nikola Tesla’s research, another radio operator by the name Jorgen Hals of Norweigian descent found out prolonged and slowed echoes. It was later discovered that the causes and reasons of the echoes were believed to be that of the same source as those reported by Tesla.
Clyde Tombaugh, the founder of Pluto and his counterpart Lincoln Lapaz were both at the University of New Mexico around the period of discovery of the Black Satellite. The two were doing their research concerning the validity of alien satellites plus a few mysterious phenomena. When the founder was asked for his thoughts about the incident, the statement was relatively vague and he denied any claims of seeing the Black Knight satellite.
Some years later Hals and Tesla again mentioned that such signals might probably be originating from another intelligent source present in space. Another theory later emerged in 1960 and this time it was made known by Ronald Bracewell. In order to create some form of communication with earth, Bracewell was very certain that the other life had to deliver a satellite containing all the needed information then launch it to space afterward.
Similar probes would be able to mover over larger distances to reach the specific planet, which it has, made attempts to communicate with. When these facts are connected, the transmissions are the same as the findings of Hals and Tesla. The United States military troop detected yet another unknown satellite in February 1960 and magazines and newspapers were widely talking about these reports. The famous TIME magazine talked about the possibility of the anonymous object being a retrorocket from a former satellite that had been already launched.
At the beginning of 1963, there were additional reports this time from Gordon Cooper, an astronaut who witnessed a UFO make its way across the sky when he was going around the Earth. Subsequently, similar reports continued to complicate the puzzle surrounding the Black Knight Satellite. Eleven years after in 1974, a science fiction writer by the name of Duncan Lunan from Scotland insisted that the Long-Delayed Echoes formerly experienced by Hals were from Epsilon bootis- a binary star in the constellation of Bootes. Nevertheless, the major problem with his findings was that a particular star from the constellation was discovered to be incorrectly place. He also said that the specific probe was close to 13,000 years old.
Despite the fact, that nearly all of the confirmation concerning the black knight has been in the early 90s, the other latest evidence dates back to 1998; all the crewmembers present in the ‘Endeavour’ space shuttle saw a bizarre body approaching the orbit of the Earth on the lower side. The captured snapshots are the most legit authentication, which undoubtedly portrays the presence of the satellite. The Endeavour crew, however, claimed that if the image were to be zoomed, a closer look would reveal that the object seemingly resembles space debris. They tried to set up a few thermal blankets meant for storing energy when the same mission was supervised by the two people, Dr. James Newman, and Colonel Ross but since the blankets were joined to the spacesuit, one of them went missing. They claimed the bodies were possibly the missing thermal blanket.
Another credible report from a high profile on the board of Project Mercury confirmed the existence of the Black knight satellite. Gordon Cooper, the first man to sleep in space and the youngest among all Mercury astronauts on board, reported that all through his career he had seen numerous UFOs including how we were able to actually witness some green lights from the black knight during his first Mercury mission into the orbit of the Earth. He also explained that the ground control radar also detected something incomprehensible.
In conclusion, the extraterrestrial, artificial satellite known as the black night has revolved around earth for about 1,300 years and it has been photographed and identified a couple of times by NASA astronauts. Though they claim, it is an ancient satellite from a certain star of the Bootes constellation.