UFO Digest Newsletter January 14, 2005

This week we are highlighting a video from Barbury Castle, Swindon, England which shows one of a very unique type of objects known as the "Dolphins." Also, we have a report about underground UFO bases in the Himalayas and another report about the search for life on TItan, one of Saturn's moons. We also have an interesting story about the first direct sighting of an extrasolar planet. Lastly, we have a story about the murder of another researcher. Enjoy.

Video of the Week

August 1966, Barbury Castle. This extraordinary video was taken by photographer Don Fletcher. The film shows luminosities over a crop circle known as the "Dolphins." This film first came to light in Spring of 2000. Fletcher is known as a genuine, trustworthy individual, and not one to attempt a hoax. This video is definitely worth a look see. Images, whether still or moving, are very rare over crop circles, and this one is probably the best of all, although not as well known.Click here to watch!

Underground UFO Base in Himalayas

Kongka La is the low ridge pass in the Himalayas (the blue oval in the map). It is in the disputed India-China border area in Ladakh. In the map the red zone is the disputed area still under Chinese control in the Aksai Chin area. The Chinese held northeastern part is known as Aksai Chin and Indian South West is known as Ladakh. This was where Indian and Chinese army fought major war in 1962. The area is one of the least accessed area in the world and by agreement the two countries do not patrol that part of the border. According to many tourists, Buddhist monks and the local people of Ladakh, Indian Army and Chinese Military. Read more.

In the Search for Life on Titan

Dr. Steven A. Benner is bracing for what could be a spectacular year. When the Huygens mission parachutes into the hazy skies of Titan, the largest moon of Saturn, he will be among the researchers anxiously awaiting a report. After several days, Dr. Benner and his colleagues will receive the Huygens measurements of Titan's chemical composition. They will comb through the data to see whether the moon harbors life.
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First direct sighting of an extrasolar planet

Astronomers have directly observed an extrasolar planet for the first time, but are at a loss to explain what they see. More than 130 planets have been detected orbiting stars other than our own, the Sun. But because the stars far outshine the planets, all of the planets were detected indirectly - by how much they made their host stars wobble or dim, for example. Now, astronomers say they are almost certain they have snapped an actual image of an extrasolar planet. Click here to read more!

Squad seeks tips in death of researcher

A retired research assistant professor at the University of Missouri-Columbia died of multiple stab wounds before firefighters found in his body in the trunk of a burning car Friday. Boone County Medical Examiner Valerie Rao said after an autopsy that Jeong H. Im, 72, of Columbia was stabbed several times, but she declined to elaborate.

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