Friday 12th August 2005
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This week we are hilighting a photograph taken by an amateur photographer of two living dragons in China. Next we have a story about how small satellites will play a major role in upcoming interplanetary missions. And finally we have two stories about Mars. First we have a story that attempts to explain memories that some people have of being kidnapped by Martians and then we have a story about the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter and how it will analyze the atmosphere, the ground and even below the surface of the Red Planet. Bonus story is about a crocodile living in River Lea, England. Enjoy!
A photo of two peculiar dragon-shaped objects taken from a plane flying over Tibet’s Himalayas piqued many users’ interest when displayed on a Chinese website. The photographer is an amateur. On June 22, 2004, he went to Tibet’s Amdo region to attend the Qinghai-to-Xizang Railroad laying ceremony, and then took a plane from Lhasa to fly back inland. When flying over the Himalayas’, he accidentally caught these two "dragons" in a picture that he took. He called these two objects "the Tibet dragons." Read more.
Proponents of small satellites say that tiny spacecraft have potentially big roles to play in planetary exploration. Today’s small satellites—generally spacecraft weighing around several hundred kilograms—are confined largely to low Earth orbit where they perform remote sensing missions, conduct science operations and serve as technology testbeds and communication relays. But some forward thinkers are already looking ahead to interplanetary missions and see small satellites as a good fit with the space exploration agendas outlined by the world’s nations. Read more.
People who have memories of being abducted by aliens become hardened skeptics, of a kind. They dismiss the procession of scientists who explain away the memories as illusions or fantasy. They scoff at talk about hypnosis or the unconscious processing of Hollywood scripts. And they hold their ground amid snickers from a public that thinks that they are daft or psychotic. They are neither, it turns out, and their experiences should be taken as seriously as any strongly held exotic beliefs, according to Susan Clancy, a Harvard psychologist who interviewed dozens of self-described abductees as part of a series of memory studies over the last several years. Find out more. Examining the Red Planet with the eye of an eagle
Hoagland's Mars: The Complete Series
"Intriguing, warrants further study." Arthur C. Clark. Now featuring the complete works of Richard Hoagland and the Enterprise Mission in this special four DVD collectors set. Includes the Moon/Mars Connection, the NASA/ Cydonia Briefing, The United Nations Briefing and presents a powerful scientific case, with NASA data, that the Earth and Solar System have been visited by intelligence from other worlds.
Bonus Story for Newsletter Readers
Boat trip fuels 'river croc' tale
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