The International Space Station started up evil spirits?




From this came the strange knock.

On Friday, April 2, Alexander Kaleri onboard the International Space Station (ISS), said to Earth, he heard a strange "metallic beats like a drum roll." His words were confirmed by the crew commander American Michael Foale.

In general, the crew of the eighth expedition lucky to have an adventure. That Foale photographed a UFO near the station, he suddenly found air leakage through the window. Now some noise … On Earth, such phenomena do not have a reasonable explanation, called poltergeist and is credited with "Barabashka." Interestingly, a similar incident Kaleri with Foale already experienced. November 26 last year, they also reported on "piercing metallic sound, as if the ISS crashed into a tin can." Astronauts with the outer chamber surveyed hull of a ship, checked the level of internal pressure and the air conditioning system. But the source of the mysterious sound not found. In the Mission Control Center sinned even the mental state of the crew — they say that they are sitting there in a closed room, and that's fancies any devilry. But the official version was that the fan blade station ran a small metal object — any mikrodetalka from the already burnt satellite. And now a new event. While no one can say what happened to the ISS on Friday at 11 am Moscow time. Noise came in about the same place as the first time. Again on the fan blade hit space debris? Unlikely — twice the projectile in a funnel does not fit.

And another mysterious coincidence Alexander Kaleri month ago left in open space and tried to get to the unfortunate fan, but his suit denied thermoregulatory system — had to go back to the station. It is time to send into space the priest sprinkled holy water of the ISS.


The aliens live in the constellation of Gemini

British astronomer Barry Jones announced that about half of the known planetary systems of other stars, and those are now about a hundred, may be the planet very similar to Earth. And there may well be a life. Its findings confirmed NASA astrobiologist Maggie Tornbern. She even made a list of 30 star systems, which are most likely to be sentient beings. Central to this list was Gem37 star in the constellation Gemini.



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