11/19/14 LEAKED! GIANT BODY BEHIND SATURN ENTERING SOLAR SYSTEM - COVERUP

by bluesbaby5050 on November 19th, 2014

11/19/14 LEAKED! GIANT BODY BEHIND SATURN ENTERING SOLAR SYSTEM - COVERUP!

Screenshot from Nov 19th video of anomaly behind Saturn.... [ click onto image to enlarge]

By Secureteam

An alleged astronomer from the Hawaii based Keck Observatory claims to have taken clandestine photographs of a giant UFO anomaly near Saturn that appeared in early November. He says that the anomaly is responsible for super storms on Uranus which are baffling astronomers as evidenced in this November 17 report on Perfect Science. The astronomer’s testimony and photographs were released today on Youtube by the popular Secureteam channel. He claims that Keck Observatory astronomers were instructed to keep secret what was being recorded by its telescopes. The giant anomaly appears to be several times larger than Saturn. The anomaly appears in enhanced photos as some kind of spatial distortion, and is claimed to be the beginning of some kind of black hole. This sounds eerily like the scenario in the Hollywood blockbuster, Interstellar. Is this a genuine leak by a government whistleblower or a fabricated scenario loosely based on Interstellar?

The astronomer who used the name “Ken” in the video, says he works for an unnamed government agency. He says that he and his colleagues began taking footage of Saturn after they detected “odd signal bursts coming from its direction.” The astronomer claims that one scientific guess of the anomaly is that it “is the beginning formation of a black hole.” He says he was not allowed to download raw data of what Keck Observatory telescopes had recorded, and instead took shots of the scientific data with his cell phone.

The video begins with the astronomer’s major claim that the anomaly was responsible for current super storm behavior on Uranus. However, the positions of Saturn and Uranus are currently far apart in their orbits, more so than their average of 2.3 billion miles. It’s hard to understand how an object near Saturn can be impacting distant Uranus.

Another of the astronomer’s claims is that the real reason for the Comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko Rosetta mission was to study the Saturn anomaly. Currently, the orbit of Comet 67P puts it in the general direction of Saturn from the Earth's perspective, so it’s feasible that the Rosetta mission is really aimed at studying the Saturn anomalies impact on celestial objects. While plausible, it is hard to understand how a 20 year comet mission could be really aimed at an anomaly which has just been observed.

In the movie Interstellar, there is a spatial rift in a region near the planet Saturn. This enables space travel between our solar system and another galaxy through a worm hole. Is the giant UFO anomaly really some kind of spatial distortion that makes possible instantaneous travel between our solar system and other regions of space? Is the movie Interstellar fiction imitating facts secretly known to a few astronomers?
Okay guys... Not sure what to make of this. On the one hand, our research shows that there have been growing changes to the solar system, though nothing major, and that these storms on Uranus do have scientists in a quandary due to the fact that they are so bright that they can be seen from telescopes here on earth. Apparently these powerful storms should not even be happening, and no one knows why they are. On the other hand, it could be a hoax to fool Secureteam and it's viewers. Those are best and worst case scenarios mind you. Regardless we thought it interesting enough to post for you guys, so we did. It sounds valid and at the very least, somewhat possible to me, and we aren't sure what this thing is yet. Could be a gas giant, or (more likely) an anomalous distortion in space or maybe a photographic anomaly. We'll surely get to the bottom of it, no matter what the outcome. Stay safe! HEAR, AND SEE WHAT HE HAD TO SAY HERE - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JWCvt6t_54M&feature=youtu.be

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