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Originally posted by loves a conspiricy
I cant work out why.....i post this story first...get 0 flags....0 stars and everyone is directed to this thread instead???
Edit : When i say first to post im refering to the 3rd sighting on the 4/10edit on 6-10-2010 by loves a conspiricy because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by FOXMULDER147
So, let me get this straight, an airport is shut down in China TWICE in as many months and for both events we get a photo of a long-exposure helicopter? Bit strange. It's almost the same photo...
edit on 14-9-2010 by FOXMULDER147 because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by CynicalM
reply to post by FOXMULDER147
And not one pic...
40kms from the airport, but air traffic control didn't say anything about shape, size or speed etc...
I wonder if China will talk..
Originally posted by RiotComing
ATS really is going to the dogs. I excitedly clicked on multiple threads to discuss the newest Chinese UFO sighting, only to have each thread shut down and redirected to this earlier unrelated sighting. What's going on here? Ignorant moderators? Lazy moderating? Is there a deliberate attempt to 'hush down' these sightings and keep the UFO forum free of free-flowing discussion on ufo topics? That's the feeling I've been getting lately. If it's not a gang of skeptics jumping in and ridiculing the subject, it's a moderator coming in and prematurely shutting down the thread, with absolutely no idea that it is a completely NEW and fresh sighting and people want to talk about it!
The dreadful new look is bad enough, with the massive underlined headlines and pages that lag and jitter like a snail being pulled to bits when you scroll down, and now the generation of new content itself is being compromised. What the moderators and one-eyed skeptics fail to realise is that this latest incident is the 8th sighting since June - and is being covered on mainstream news -
Yet we cannot discuss it here, in an individual thread dedicated to it. You can't just lump all the sightings together and stuff them under the rug - because that's what it seems like.
China to Land on the Moon by 2010
The people in charge of China’s moon exploration program recently disclosed that if all goes according to plan, China will realize its first exploration of the moon before 2010. The country hopes to successfully send astronauts into space within the next few years.
SPACE.com Space.com Staff
space.com – Fri Oct 1, 9:45 am ET
An unmanned moon probe blasted off from China Friday (Oct. 1) to begin the country's next phase of lunar exploration and set the stage for even more ambitious spaceflights to come.
The Chinese moon probe, called Chang'e 2, launched at 6:59:57 a.m. EDT (1059:57 GMT) from the Xichang Space Center in southwestern China's Sichuan province, according to state media reports. It should take about five days for the spacecraft to enter orbit around the moon.