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One of the favorite trills of the debunkers' flute is, "If there are all these UFOs up there, why haven't any professional astronomers reported seeing them?"
Wang Sichao is a professional astronomer at Purple Hills Observatory of the Chinese Academy of Sciences. With 39 years of experience, he is someone we should take very seriously.
Wang said that UFOs have appeared many times in the terrestrial space at an altitude of between 130 kilometers (80 miles) to 1,500 kilometers (932 miles). He said they have been observed to fly at speeds much slower than "the first cosmic velocity", some as slow as .29kilometers per second.(317.1 yards/sec or 216 mph). Wang said they are able to do this for more than 25 minutes, meaning they have anti-gravity capabilities. If they did not have anti-gravity capabilities, they could not stay in their positions at that speed, and would be dragged earthward by gravity.
Originally posted by liejunkie01
I should believe someone named WANG.
Thanks, but no thanks.....I will pass
Originally posted by Frith
The astronomer credited for discovering Pluto, Clyde Tombaugh, is the first name that comes to my mind on astronomers who have reported seeing UFOs. Tombaugh's first UFO sighting happened sixty-one years ago and he saw and reported on more in subsequent years.
Although I do not often read skeptics making this argument. I really only see it happen here on rare occasions.
Skeptics know people, including astronomers, report on UFOs. They just reject extraterrestrial hypothesis outright and that isn't going to change.