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Astronomy In 2022 Might Hallmark unequivocal Disclosure

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posted on Nov, 3 2018 @ 02:03 AM
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After watching these videos, the reality of an alien presence within our outer orbit, solar system and cosmos may come to pass. Described in one of these videos is a true golden era of astronomy within this decade, featuring a host of 'super' telescopes both ground and space based.

From an impressive list, the Large Synoptic Survey Telescope captured my attention with visionary excitement.
en.wikipedia.org...

LSST, unlike almost all previous large astronomical observatories, has committed to making all data public as soon as it is taken. In their words "By providing immediate public access to all the data it obtains, it will provide everyone, the professional and the “just curious” alike, a deep and frequent window on the entire sky.



It will be capable of photographing the entire visible might sky every few nights. With its wide field of view it will be capable of capturing 3.5 degrees of sky in a single picture. About 50 times the area of the full-moon at a level of sensitivity that matches other world class telescopes. It will capture image after image of the same region of the sky looking for things that change over the course of several nights - super nova, asteroids, comets and other transient objects.

It will produce a catalog of 40 billion objects and how they change over time. One can look through the LSST data and find a super nova's star before it exploded. It is expected it will find the vast majority of dangerous near earth asteroids all on its own. It will catch the universe doing things when we weren't looking. The massive amount of data will be open to anyone with an internet connection and an ability to run databases queries. The public will have access to the same data the same moment scientists do.






With public access to such intrinsic information that could potentially concern our global society, can we look to this aperture as a true doorway into disclosure? And with high skilled ATS members soon able to sift through untouched first rate LSST data and produce threads demonstrating an extraterrestrial presence in our night sky, i will be looking forward to the hallmarks of disclosure thanks to the efforts that may come from anyone of you with the will and motivation.
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edit on 11.3.2018 by Kandinsky because: fixed title typo




posted on Nov, 3 2018 @ 02:56 AM
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Aliens in our galaxy, rogue asteroids!! Why oh why doesn't NASA finally 'disclose' there are aliens living among us? What are they hiding? Will they be able to save the planet from total annihilation? Are they secretly building 'super-robots', to defend us from alien invaders?

Tune in next week, same NASA channel, to find out what happens to Earth!!




posted on Nov, 3 2018 @ 08:29 AM
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This is a little off topic but wasn't it strange that a few telescopes failed at the same time a few weeks ago? Maybe aliens were in sight and "they" didn't want to take the chance of anyone seeing them with the telescopes that failed.

In all likelihood though it was prolly just coincidence...



posted on Nov, 3 2018 @ 09:17 AM
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a reply to: andre18

Disclosure is coming in 2010, 2016, before the end of the decade, within the next decade, within the next twenty years, by 2050 we will know if we are alone...and on and on and on, this is literally what we hear/read time and again and it never happens. Why do people think that all of a sudden NASA or the government would suddenly turn around and say "Yep (insert date) is the year we'll tell them the truth) and to those who think the Government wont or cannot stop this data being public here is a scene for you -

Information is collected. The Government is and always is watching. They realise something that might reveal aliens or information they will not allow to be revealed decide that for National Security reasons the information cannot become public.

C'mon we all know how this goes, you don't have to watch an episode of the X-Files to know that if the government doesn't want you to know then you're not going to know and this won't change.



posted on Nov, 3 2018 @ 12:24 PM
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a reply to: turbonium1

Because there are no aliens and there is nothing to disclose? Because NASA isn't in charge of global space research efforts, just the ones it funds?



posted on Nov, 3 2018 @ 04:31 PM
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a reply to: andre18

It will make new discoveries and find new information.

However, humans learning new information is not the same as having that information "disclosed". That is to say, if there is no knowledge beforehand by anyone of alien presence in our night sky (i.e., nobody yet knows aliens are visiting Earth), then it would not be disclosure if visiting aliens are found. It would simply be a discovery.

OR

If there are no aliens visiting Earth, period, then there is nothing to disclose.

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posted on Nov, 3 2018 @ 06:29 PM
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They control both when and who. If they don't want to be seen then they will simply remain invisible.



posted on Nov, 9 2018 @ 09:40 PM
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originally posted by: Dwoodward85
a reply to: andre18

Disclosure is coming in 2010, 2016, before the end of the decade, within the next decade, within the next twenty years, by 2050 we will know if we are alone...and on and on and on, this is literally what we hear/read time and again and it never happens. Why do people think that all of a sudden NASA or the government would suddenly turn around and say "Yep (insert date) is the year we'll tell them the truth) and to those who think the Government wont or cannot stop this data being public here is a scene for you -

Information is collected. The Government is and always is watching. They realise something that might reveal aliens or information they will not allow to be revealed decide that for National Security reasons the information cannot become public.

C'mon we all know how this goes, you don't have to watch an episode of the X-Files to know that if the government doesn't want you to know then you're not going to know and this won't change.


Aliens are a crock. Nonsense.

The Earth is a ball, flying through space - exposed to aliens who come from 'outer space'! We humans are scared of aliens who watch our planet, and visit the Earth, and abduct humans from Earth, since aliens study humans, and breed with humans. Humanity is in grave peril of extinction, 'so NASA's tryin' hard to figure out a way humans can stop them alien invaders, who may wish to destroy our Earth, some day!

It's only a belief in Earth being a ball, defenseless as a newborn baby, thrown out to the wolves (ie: aliens). Nobody to protect it from endless, unknown dangers, found in 'outer space' !


If you are aware of the Earth being flat, and protected, and space is mainly formed of myths, held up aside the few fragments of reality.......you'd realize how 'aliens' are a fantasy tale...



posted on Nov, 11 2018 @ 02:19 AM
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a reply to: turbonium1

How stupid of us. Aliens don't exist because the Earth is flat. Riiiiight.....



posted on Nov, 11 2018 @ 02:57 AM
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originally posted by: OneBigMonkeyToo
a reply to: turbonium1

How stupid of us. Aliens don't exist because the Earth is flat. Riiiiight.....


There's proof the Earth is flat, so that's why I accept it.

There's no proof aliens exist, but you still accept it.

I prefer evidence over NASA-land fantasy. You prefer the latter. So be it.



posted on Nov, 11 2018 @ 04:56 AM
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a reply to: andre18


The massive amount of data will be open to anyone with an internet connection and an ability to run databases queries. The public will have access to the same data the same moment scientists do.


That's pretty damn sweet.

SF



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