WASHINGTON (Reuters) -- The Hubble Space Telescope has snapped a new image of the "Evil Eye" or "Black Eye" galaxy, so named because an ancient
cosmic smashup produced a dark ring and a roiling, conflicted interior.
LOL they can't just stop servicing hubble, Bush has made future plans to return to the moon and follow suit with the country that made plans for a
manned mission to Mars, how can we prepare for this without Hubble?
The rumour is that they have already decided to stop servicing the Hubble and as of now it is abandoned. Apparently a group of scientists around the
world are organizing to protest this unfortunate turn of events.
I think the controllers are getting nervous that he hubble will see the alien crafts, the asteroids and the so-called planet X coming our way. Better
to shut it off before anybody actually sees anything of real concern.
good points, I guess that the work the telescope does can be controlled to a degree, but since the activities mentioned if happening at all are to us
to a degree random then they cannot always be hidden. I am suggesting that as these events escalate in future (as I expect them to IMHO), then the
potential for hard evidence to fall into the wrong hands escalates accordingly.
yes it does, but that would not matter because Hubble would be a definite necessity in those missions, and they will not jeopardize the missions for
the chance that information they don't want out will be leaked
look at the MJ-12 documents, look at the SOM1-01 manual, the risk of those getting out didn't stop the operations they were about from occurring
yes agreed and you are on the ball. The assumption being that there is other ways to obtain the info they need but that we are not yet aware of. I
think that is the logical answer to our furtive probing.
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