UFO: Sunspot Solar Observatory Shutting Down Raises Concern
Date: 13 October, 2018.
Place: Outer space.
Last week, more specifically on 13 October, renowned UFO researcher and YouTube user SecureTeam10 released a very interesting video regarding a concerning situation: a strange shutting down of the Sunspot Solar Observatory and other six observatories around the world. The question is: why has this occurred?
“Many believe, including myself, that there may be something serious going on out in space that they [NASA] don’t want us to see”, the ufologist stated. “This could be the reason for the recent, very controversial shutting down of the Sunspot Solar Observatory”, he added.
The famous observatory located in Sunspot, New Mexico, was evacuated on Thursday, 06 September, due to an undisclosed “security issue”. However, SecureTeam10 is sceptic about this explanation. “We still don’t have clear answers as to why it was shut down, and that the entire situation was then followed by a temporary shutting down of the webcams to six more observatories around the world”, he expressed.
The YouTube user also made reference to other incidents that have recently taken place in space: first, the failed Soyuz mission that was meant to send two cosmonauts to the ISS; second, the fact that space telescopes Hubble and Chandra went both offline in late September, and finally, that Mars rovers Opportunity and Curiosity have stopped sending images to Earth. “Are all these follow-up incidents nothing more than coincidence? Are they [NASA] trying to keep us away from seeing something that is occurring in space?” he wondered.
In the opinion of fellow UFO researcher and writer Scott C. Waring, of UFO Sightings Daily, “NASA trying to stop humans from seeing what’s in space”. “NASA is putting up a wall between the public and space to stop us from learning what’s really out there”, he stated. “It’s time for them to fess up and tell us why”, he continued.
Draw your own conclusions…
For more information: http://www.ufosightingsdaily.com/2018/10/total-shutdown-of-space-what-are-they.html