TOM O’DONNELL UFO SIGHTING

This featured picture is a closeup of Tom O'Donnell's hastily drawn view of UFO as it passed overhead.

TOM O’DONNELL INTRODUCTION Tom O’Donnell has been a good friend and social media colleague for a while now. His work with Trevor Cole’s group, ET and UFO Research Group has grown to 8,000 members in a little over three months. I have the honor of being one of the group administrators and adviser. Of some… Continue reading TOM O’DONNELL UFO SIGHTING

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BOOSTER FAILURE AND TRAGEDY AVERTED

Expedition 57 crew members Alexey Ovchinin of Roscosmos (left) and Nick Hague of NASA (right) pose for pictures in front of their Soyuz MS-10 spacecraft.

Booster failure of the second stage of the MS-10 spacecraft launched from Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan resulted in the implementation of emergency measures to return one cosmonaut and one astronaut safely back to earth in a ballistic descent on October 11, 2018. Fortunately, it worked. LAUNCH PREPARATIONS This article recounts the events that occurred leading… Continue reading BOOSTER FAILURE AND TRAGEDY AVERTED

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FAILURE OF NEW CREW LAUNCH HANDLED

North Africa and the Mediterranean Sea are pictured as the International Space Station orbited 254 miles above the African continent. Japan’s Kounotori H-II Transfer Vehicle-7 (HTV-7) is pictured at left attached to the Harmony module.

Failure of the next crew members to reach the International Space Station due to booster failure after Russian launch does not deter the present work. Fortunately, the one Cosmonaut and Astronaut made it back to earth after a ‘ballistic’ and hasty return to earth when the second stage of the rocket failed to ignite. That… Continue reading FAILURE OF NEW CREW LAUNCH HANDLED

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STATION CREW RETURNS HOME AFTER 197 DAYS

The Soyuz MS-08 spacecraft that is carrying Expedition 55/56 crew members Ricky Arnold, Drew Feustel and Oleg Artemyev is pictured seconds away from landing under a parachute in Kazakhstan. Credit: NASA TV

Station crew members return safely to earth in this three-part article. From the time the Expedition 56 and Expedition 57 crews say their farewells, baton the hatches, and leave ISS. STATION CREW RETURNS HOME AFTER 197 DAYS IN SPACE:   Three crew members who have been living and working aboard the International Space Station have… Continue reading STATION CREW RETURNS HOME AFTER 197 DAYS

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