UFO/USO crash on Baltic Seafloor !!! Ocean Explorer found anomaly in Baltic Sea (Jun.2012)-Teil-1

UFO/USO crash on Baltic Seafloor !!! Ocean Explorer found anomaly in Baltic Sea (Jun.2012)-Teil-1

When two Swedish treasure hunters searched for champagne in shipwrecks, they came across something unusual, something they had never seen before. Our correspondent in Stockholm has more.

When two Swedish treasure hunters went out in June this year searching for ancient bottles of champagne in shipwrecks in the Baltic Sea, they found more than they’d bargained for.

Dennis Åsberg and Peter Lindberg didn’t find any champagne, they found something else.

A huge disc-shaped object showed up in their sonar pictures 197 feet in diameter, as big as a jumbo jet.

[Peter Lindberg, Ocean Explorer]:
„I magnified it, looked at it and realized that this is very unusual, in my years as a treasure hunter I have many hours in front of the sonar, I’ve never seen anything like it.“

On the sonar it looked like a point of impact, as though something had hit the ocean floor, continuing 4000 feet, creating a track before it came to a halt. It had dug into the sea bed making a sand bar on its right side.

The object is about 275 feet deep, the Baltic sea floor is dead with no underwater currents to create such sandbars.
Recently another object was found about 500 feet from the mysterious disc.

According to Peter this object comes from the same direction as the disc and could be a part of it.

Sonar shows the objects are made of hard material. It could be something like hard concrete, granite or of some kind of metals.

The two explorers have been in contact with many experts around the world and no one can say what it is.

But many speculate on things like a Russian ship from the World Wars, a meteorite or a UFO.

[Dennis Åsberg, The ocean explorer team]:
„We live in a universe that is gigantically big. It’s not impossible that it is so. Well then we have found it, that’s cool, but as I said, I believe more that it would be something that is dumped perhaps a submarine base that the Russians had or something like that“

Dennis says that finding a financier for this project is not as easy as when they search for antique wine bottles or historic artifacts.

For those who can afford it there will soon be a chance to follow the ocean explorer team in a submarine on their first trip down to the hidden mystery in May 2012.
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Black hole found in enigmatic Omega Centauri

Globular clusters consist of up to one million old stars tightly bound by gravity and are found in the outskirts of many galaxies including our own. Omega Centauri has several characteristics that distinguish it from other globular clusters: it rotates faster, its shape is highly flattened and it consists of several generations of stars — Moreover, Omega Centauri is about 10 times as massive as other big globular clusters

Omega Centauri has been known as unusual for a long time. A new result obtained by the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope and the Gemini Observatory reveals that the explanation behind Omega Centauri’s peculiarities may be a black hole hidden in its centre.Finding a black hole at the heart of Omega Centauri could have profound implications for our understanding of its past interaction with the Milky Way One implication of the discovery is that it is very likely that Omega Centauri is not a globular cluster at all, but a dwarf galaxy stripped of its outer stars, as some scientists have suspected for a few years.

According to scientists, these intermediate-mass black holes could turn out to be „baby“ supermassive black holes. „We may be on the verge of uncovering one possible mechanism for the formation of supermassive black holes.

Intermediate-mass black holes may be rare and exist only in former dwarf galaxies that have been stripped of their outer stars, but they could also be more common than expected, existing at the centres of globular clusters as well.
For details about this discovery and others, visit us at http://figbranch.com/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=146&Itemid=32

Clips By NASA/ESA, Music By FreePlayMusic.com and Narration by Jim Newton
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A real Hubble Space Telescope color image of the core of the globular star cluster Omega Centauri is used to construct a Hertzsprung-Russell diagram of the stellar populations in the cluster. When stars are sorted by brightness and color, they can be used to create a graph that astronomers use to trace cluster evolution.

Credit: NASA, ESA, and J. Anderson, R. van der Marel, G. Bacon, and M. Estacion (STScI)

Additional information is available on HubbleSite:
http://hubblesite.org/newscenter/archive/releases/2010/28
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Atlantis Found Documentary 2016

Atlantis Found Documentary 2016

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μου ‚χες πεί πως θα ‚ρθείς και ήρθες
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φωτισμένα άρματα

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στις οθόνες που χτυπάνε τα κομιούτερ γράμματα
καθρεφτίζεσαι μπροστά μου πάλι
Ατλαντίς στο βυθό φωτισμένα άρματα

On the island with the blue nights
In the bar the thieves and the elves are embrased
You told me you would come and you did
Atlantis at the bottom of the sea
And shiny sea horses

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They ask me where did she come from
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The windows that make me dizzy
The screans that computers type in letters
I see your face in the mirror again
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And shiny sea horses
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Hubblecast 15: Black hole found in Omega Centauri

For astronomers, Omega Centauri has been an outcast amongst globular clusters for a long time. A new result obtained by the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope and the Gemini Observatory provides a surprising explanation for Omega Centauri’s peculiarities.
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All the stars in this simulated model of the globular star cluster Omega Centauri appear to be moving in random directions, like a swarm of bees. Astronomers used Hubble’s exquisite resolving power to measure positions for stars in 2002 and 2006. From these measurements, they can predict the stars‘ future movement, shown here for the next 10,000 years.

Credit: NASA, ESA, and J. Anderson (STScI)

Additional information is available on HubbleSite:
http://hubblesite.org/newscenter/archive/releases/2010/28
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