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‘We’ve never seen something like this’: NASA baffled by most distant world ever visited (IMAGES)

 
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‘We’ve never seen something like this’: NASA baffled by most distant world ever visited (IMAGES)
NASA has just gotten another view of Ultima Thule, the most distant object ever visited, and it’s surprisingly unlike what they’d previously expected it would appear – and like nothing they’ve seen before.

NASA has just gotten another view of Ultima Thule, the most distant object ever visited, and it’s surprisingly unlike what they’d previously expected it would appear – and like nothing they’ve seen before.

The space agency got a brief, final glance at the mysterious object as their New Horizons spacecraft sped away from it at 31,000 miles per hour (50,000 kmh) during its groundbreaking flyby on January 1.



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Re: ‘We’ve never seen something like this’: NASA baffled by most distant world ever visited (IMAGES)
I think all scientists take a course in college called Baffled 101
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Re: ‘We’ve never seen something like this’: NASA baffled by most distant world ever visited (IMAGES)
looks like what I imagine a flat earth to look similar to.
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Re: ‘We’ve never seen something like this’: NASA baffled by most distant world ever visited (IMAGES)
Interesting....

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Re: ‘We’ve never seen something like this’: NASA baffled by most distant world ever visited (IMAGES)
oh yeah, definitely looks like an alien probe

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Re: ‘We’ve never seen something like this’: NASA baffled by most distant world ever visited (IMAGES)
"You can tell it's real cause it looks so fake!"


What exactly are they worshipping here?

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02/11/2019 02:01 PM

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Re: ‘We’ve never seen something like this’: NASA baffled by most distant world ever visited (IMAGES)
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Re: ‘We’ve never seen something like this’: NASA baffled by most distant world ever visited (IMAGES)
Yeah cuz they have centuries of experience with star mapping.
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02/11/2019 03:28 PM

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Re: ‘We’ve never seen something like this’: NASA baffled by most distant world ever visited (IMAGES)
It is similar to Churyumov–Gerasimenko [link to en.wikipedia.org (secure)] .
The comet the ESA investigated with the Rosetta mission [link to en.wikipedia.org (secure)]
The mission brought about a lot of conversation about the electric Universe theory. [link to rationalwiki.org (secure)]
Interestingly enough, this theory fits nicely into some of the things discussed in some of the recent Mars threads here on GLP.

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Last Edited by NervousAndJerky on 02/11/2019 03:32 PM
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