NASA Releases Startling Video of Massive, Unidentified Spacecraft Spanning 3,200 Kilometers

A video of a lengthy spacecraft was recently posted by a former NASA engineer who went public with his claims that NASA has known about the existence of extraterrestrial life for decades. Viewers’ conjectures and conspiracy ideas have been aroused by the video. “There exist sentient species that exist billions of years before us.” It is possible for the planets we find to have planets up to three times the age of our star. — Robert Dean

Bob Dean is a former high-ranking military officer and NATO intelligence officer who has conducted a great deal of investigation on UFOs. Now that he is retired, he has made the decision to share all of his knowledge with the world. In 1980, Bob Dean captured footage of an extraterrestrial object close to Saturn that was roughly 3200 km in length. Files from the Russian space program that were recently leaked show the item that was described in 1980.

Robert Dean explains, “In September 2009, NASA’s Cassini spacecraft captured images of what they refer to as an anomaly—a strange object that they believe moved at will under the control of an intelligence and was magnetic and metallic.” It was discovered that the “object” was about 800 km in circumference and 3200 km in length.


releases from the military NASA footage of an unidentified spacecraft measuring 3,200 kilometers (Video) – Archaeology & Ancient Civilizations

In order to send a space probe to study the planet Saturn and its system, including its rings and natural satellites, NASA, the European Space Agency (ESA), and the Italian Space Agency (ASI) collaborated on the Cassini–Huygens space-research mission (/kəˈsi\ni ˈhɔɪɡnz/ kə-SEE-nee HOY-gnz), also known as Cassini. Titan, Saturn’s largest moon, was reached by NASA’s Cassini space probe and ESA’s Huygens lander, which were both part of the Flagship-class robotic mission.[7] The first spacecraft to enter Saturn’s orbit, Cassini was the fourth spacecraft to visit the planet and remained there from 2004 to 2017. The scientists Giovanni Cassini and Christiaan Huygens were the inspiration behind the names of the two vessels.

Launched on October 15, 1997, atop a Titan IVB/Centaur, Cassini remained in orbit for over 20 years, spending 13 of those years researching Saturn and its system. The spacecraft entered orbit on July 1, 2004.[8] Venus (April 1998 and July 1999), Earth (August 1999), the asteroid 2685 Masursky, and Jupiter (December 2000) were all flybys along the journey to Saturn. As a result of Cassini’s trajectory taking it into Saturn’s upper atmosphere and burning up[9][10], the mission came to an end on September 15, 2017, with no chance of contamination of Saturn’s moons, which may have provided livable habitats for stowaway terrestrial bacteria on the spacecraft.[11]

12] The mission was a huge success; Jim Green, the director of NASA’s Planetary Science Division, called Cassini-Huygens a “mission of firsts”[13] that completely changed our knowledge of the Saturn system, including its moons and rings, as well as our hypothesis about the possible locations of life in the Solar System.

The original concept for Cassini’s mission called for a four-year duration, running from June 2004 to May 2008. The project was renamed the Cassini Equinox project and continued for a another two years, ending in September 2010. With the Cassini Solstice Mission, the mission was extended a second and last time. It would run for seven more years, until September 15, 2017, when Cassini was de-orbited to burn up in Saturn’s upper atmosphere.

Up until its separation from the probe on December 25, 2004, the Huygens module traveled alongside Cassini. On January 14, 2005, Huygens made a parachute landing on Titan. It utilized the orbiter as a relay to send data back to Earth for about ninety minutes. This was the first landing on a moon other than Earth’s moon and the first landing ever carried out in the outer Solar System.

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