Hey, i stopped there this morning and I think someone took the emblems with the NASA symbols it said NASA on them with a rocket ship on them. Unless its covered by some of the gravel I didn't spend too long cuz I have to work. But there is some strange hooks on each corner as if the tablet was lifted in place or meant to be picked up. There is still 2 emblemsi saw but they don't have the ship on them. The coords I gave u last night are correct just be careful of the potholes.
Originally posted by groingrinder
I am pretty sure the GSFC is Goddard Space Flight Center. But I have no clue what the rest may mean. Could this be a fallen satellite?
Breakning news just sent to me by a member on my website's forum. i posted here to get some assistance on identifying what the origins of this plaque/memorial is?! and its location next to Skinwalker Ranch is even more suspect. (also its located in the middle of no where....)
The Goddard Space Flight Center (GSFC) is a major NASA space research laboratory established on May 1, 1959 as NASA's first space flight center. GSFC employs approximately 10,000 civil servants and contractors, and is located approximately 6.5 miles (10.5 km) northeast of Washington, D.C. in Greenbelt, Maryland, USA. GSFC, one of ten major NASA field centers, is named in recognition of Dr. Robert H. Goddard (1882–1945), the pioneer of modern rocket propulsion in the United States.
According to local legend, Skinwalker Ranch, also known as Sherman Ranch, is a property located on approximately 480 acres (1.9 km2) southeast of Ballard, Utah that is allegedly the site of paranormal and UFO related activities. Its name is taken from the skin-walker of Native American legend. Claims about the ranch first appeared in the alternative weekly Las Vegas Mercury as a series of articles by journalist George Knapp. Knapp and co-author Colm Kelleher later authored a book in which they describe the ranch being acquired by the National Institute for Discovery Science (NIDSci) to study anecdotal sightings of UFO's, bigfoot-like creatures, crop circles, glowing orbs, and poltergeist activity reported by its former owners.
 The ranch, located in west Uintah County bordering the Ute Indian Reservation, was popularly dubbed the "UFO ranch" due to its ostensible 50-year history of odd events said to have taken place there. According to Kelleher and Knapp, they saw or investigated evidence of close to 100 incidents that include vanishing and mutilated cattle, sightings of unidentified flying objects or orbs, large animals with piercing yellow eyes that they say were not injured when struck by bullets, and invisible objects emitting destructive magnetic fields. Among those involved were retired Army Colonel John B. Alexander who characterized the NIDSci effort as an attempt to get hard data using a "standard scientific approach". However, the investigators admitted to "difficulty obtaining evidence consistent with scientific publication." Cattle mutilations have been part of the folklore of the surrounding area for decades, but NIDSci founder Robert Bigelow's purchase of the ranch and investigation funding was reportedly the result of his being convinced by stories of mutilations that included tales of strange lights and unusual impressions made in grass and soil told by the family of former ranch owner Terry Sherman.
Robert T. Bigelow (born 1945) is a hotel and aerospace entrepreneur. He owns the hotel chain Budget Suites of America and is the founder of Bigelow Aerospace. Bigelow Aerospace has launched two experimental space modules, Genesis I and Genesis II, and has plans for full-scale manned space habitats to be used as orbital hotels, research labs and factories. He is also the founder of National Institute for Discovery Science (NIDSci).
THE PROJECT HAS RECONSTRUCTED THE SITE. THE SITE IS NOW EQUIPPED WITH A UNIVERSAL PAD COMPATIBLE FOR OCCUPATION BY TLRS OR MV SYSTEMS
Primary Scientific Purposes: MEASUREMENTS SUPPORTING THE DETERMINATION OF REGIONAL DEFORMATION AND INTERCOMPARISON OF MEASUREMENT TECHNIQUES.