The Black Knight satellite conspiracy theory claims that there is a spacecraft in near- polar orbit of the Earth that is of extraterrestrial origin, and that NASA is engaged in a cover-up regarding its existence and origin. A photo taken during the STS mission claimed by some to show the Black Knight satellite is catalogued by NASA as a photo of space debris,  and space journalist James Oberg considers it as probable debris of a thermal blanket confirmed as lost during the mission. According to some UFO conspiracists, the Black Knight is an artificial satellite of extraterrestrial origin which has orbited Earth for approximately 13, years; the "satellite" story is most likely a conflation of several disconnected stories about various objects and their interpretations,  all of them well documented independently and none using the term "Black Knight" upon their first publication. Black Knight is a jumble of completely unrelated stories; reports of unusual science observations, authors promoting fringe ideas, classified spy satellites and people over-interpreting photos. These ingredients have been chopped up, stirred together and stewed on the internet to one rambling and inconsistent dollop of myth. At that time, no country had the technology to launch a satellite. Skeptics have noted that Keyhoe had been promoting a UFO book at the time, and the news stories were likely written " tongue-in-cheek " and not intended to be taken seriously. A British rocket called the Black Knight rocket was used in conjunction with the Blue Streak missile program between and , to test re-entry vehicles.
Historical evidence that also isn't evidence
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This page has been linked to from cracked. What Norwegian radio researchers? There's no previous mention of them in the article. I've reinstated the quote from Martina Redpath. Follow the link to the source and the quote can be found in the text. As to it being the opinion "of one person", it is properly attributed , and we need to satisfy WP:FRINGE by clearly explaining how the fringe view differs from the mainstream view. There is no requirement to give equal validity to the idea that a mysterious thousand year old satellite exists. I can show you numerous blogs stating other truths about the origin of this mystery?
Sometimes the introduction of a news report will stop you in your tracks, forcing you to reread in fear you didn't quite grasp its point the first time. That was certainly the case when Mail Online published a story on Mar. And with that, the conspiracy surrounding the so-called "Black Knight" satellite appeared to be very much alive. It's been years since conspiracists believed the existence of the Black Knight was recorded. Those who subscribe to the theory lay claim of an extraterrestrial spacecraft in near-polar orbit of the Earth, although they draw upon evidence so disparate that it's not entirely clear why people link them. What they amount to, however, is an intriguing set of ingredients that, taken together, cause people to scream loud about potential cover-ups by NASA and the government. In that sense, it is a legend that refuses to go away. All About Space magazine takes you on an awe-inspiring journey through our Solar System and beyond, from the amazing technology and spacecraft that enables humanity to venture into orbit, to the complexities of space science. A lot of the earliest discoveries that have come to be linked to the Black Knight satellite theory relate to radio signals. But a series of images from emerged that really threw the celestial cat among the pigeons.
Would she want you to attend church with her. As the patriarchal leader, it will be up to you to figure it out and to dispel her unrealistic fantasies. These girls are nervous around non-Mormons. It has to do with their character. Hence the suspicious quotes around "adequately. I've been feeling like a single mother for many years.