Canadian Satellite Hunter Tracks Classified U. S. Navy Satellites

Canadian satellite hunter, Ted Molczan, says this analog video frame shows the U. S. Navy's NOSS 2-1 trio of satellites launched in June 1990. Video was taken of three star-like points of light which moved slowly northeast to southwest from the Auriga constellation towards the Leo constellation where they stopped after traveling for three minutes. Estimated time was 11:02 to 11:05 p.m.Central Daylight Time on Sunday, April 14, 2002. Location was the Piney River valley overlook ten miles north of Dover in the Ozark National Forest of northwestern Arkansas. Video © 2002 by Don Kreinbrink.
Canadian satellite hunter, Ted Molczan, says this analog video frame shows the U. S. Navy's NOSS 2-1 trio of satellites launched in June 1990. Video was taken of three star-like points of light which moved slowly northeast to southwest from the Auriga constellation towards the Leo constellation where they stopped after traveling for three minutes. Estimated time was 11:02 to 11:05 p.m.Central Daylight Time on Sunday, April 14, 2002. Location was the Piney River valley overlook ten miles north of Dover in the Ozark National Forest of northwestern Arkansas. Video © 2002 by Don Kreinbrink.

May 2, 2002  Toronto, Ontario, Canada - Last week on Coast to Coast AM radio, I reported about the enormous triangle of what looked like stars moving slowly through the starry sky above eight of us at the Piney River valley look out north of Dover, Arkansas on April 14. I also interviewed a NASA Goddard scientist about cluster satellites that travel in fours to see if that could explain what we all saw near Dover, but he checked orbital logs and said none of those cluster satellites were on the night side of earth on April 14. (See: Real X-Files 04/22/02 and 04/27/02.)

 

Click here to subscribe and get instant access to read this report.

Click here to check your existing subscription status.

Existing members, login below:


© 1998 - 2018 by Linda Moulton Howe.
All Rights Reserved.