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« on: Jul 28, 2013, 06:44:49 AM »

What is the Black Knight Satellite?

What if you learned that years before the human race shot an object  into orbit, there were already manufactured objects circling around the  Earth? Itís the unbelievable tale of the Black Knight Satellite.

The object was first known in early to mid 20th Century when  astronomers began tracking the skies in preparation for the launch of  men into orbit from both the United States and Soviet Union.
Officially the Black Knight is considered a piece of space debris.  But from what?
The object has been observed by manned missions to space including space shuttle crews and from the International Space Station.

From an article about the Black Knight form Skeptoid:
<blockquote>Like ke so many stories of weird phenomena, the Black Knight satellite legend starts with Nicola Tesla.  Itís said that he picked up a repeating radio signal in 1899, that he  believed was coming from space, and said so publicly at a conference. In  the 1920s, amateur HAM radio operators were able to receive this same  signal. Next, scientists in Oslo, Norway experimenting with short wave  transmissions into space in 1928, began picking up Long Delay Echoes  (LDEs), a not fully understood phenomenon in which they received echoes  several seconds after transmission. The apparent explanation finally  came in 1954 when newspapers (including the St. Louis Post Dispatch and  the San Francisco Examiner) reported an announcement from the US Air  Force that two satellites were found to be orbiting the Earth, at a time  when no nation yet had the ability to launch them. It appeared that  Black Knight had been detected by multiple lines of evidence, and was  confirmed by the US Air Force.


Always remember.........Just because you have never seen something, does not mean that something does not exist.
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