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Knapp's News 9/19/21

George Knapp shares recent items of interest, including articles on UFOs, dark magic, and the opioid epidemic.

Categories: Extraterrestrial, Psychology & Mind

Civilian SpaceX Flight Splashes Down

The first all-civilian crew aboard SpaceX's Dragon capsule returned to Earth safely Saturday evening, splashing down around 7:00 PM in the ocean waters near Florida.

New Bioscience Company Raises $15 Million to Revive Woolly Mammoth

Boasting a whopping $15 million in funding, a newly formed bioscience company hopes to bring the woolly mammoth back from extinction.

42 ET-Seeking Telescopes in the Path of California Wildfire

The wildfires ravaging California over the past several years are reportedly getting close to claiming another casualty: research into life beyond planet Earth.

Astronomers capture detailed images of 'dog-bone' asteroid

Astronomers using the European Southern Observatory's Very Large Telescope in Chile have captured the most detailed images yet of a dog bone-shaped asteroid named Kleopatra.

'Alien Statue Head' Spotted on Mars

An anomaly hunter studying NASA images from Mars believes that he spotted the remnants of an alien statue on the surface of the Red Planet.

Massive Hurricane Ida Seen From Space

The monstrous Hurricane Ida strengthened to a category 4 as it made landfall in Louisiana today. Earlier, NASA astronaut Megan McArthur captured images of the storm aboard the International Space Station.

Mars Rover Attempts Next Rock Sample

This week NASA's Perseverance rover will abrade a rock nicknamed "Rochette" on the Martian surface so that scientists can determine if it would hold up under the the rover's powerful coring drill.

Knapp's News 8/22/21

George Knapp shares recent items of interest, including an article on the Pentagon's plan to unveil a secret space weapon.

Russia Blames American Astronaut for Mysterious Space Station Hole

The strange case of a mysterious hole discovered in a Soyuz capsule attached to the International Space Station back in 2018 has taken a troubling turn as an official with the Russian space agency now says that the damage was intentionally caused...

ISS Astronaut Aurora Photos

Astronauts living and working aboard the International Space Station have been posting some dazzling images of our planet's auroral displays.

Ingenuity Helicopter Spots Perseverance Rover on Surface of Mars

A cool image snapped by NASA's Ingenuity helicopter as it flew over Mars shows the Perseverance Rover roaming around on the surface of the Red Planet.

Star Shrapnel Hurtling Through Galaxy

A piece of a white dwarf star blown apart by a supernova explosion is speeding through the Milky Way at close to 2 million miles per hour.

Light From Behind Black Hole

Einstein's theory of general relativity has been proven accurate once again by the recent detection of light from behind a black hole.

How Sure Can We Be About ET Life? NASA Wants to Know

NASA's acting to help establish "community standards" for the discovery of new data that may point to alien life.

Knapp's News 7/25/21

George Knapp shares a number of recent news items of interest, including the connection between electromagnetic energy and spacetime itself.

Video: Previously Unseen Moon-Forming Disc Photographed Around...

Astronomers studying distant exoplanets managed to capture the first-ever image of what is believed to be a moon-forming disc around an exoplanet.

Study Suggests Connection Between Lucid Dreaming and 'Alien Encounters'

A fascinating new study found that accounts of UFO or alien encounters may have a connection to lucid dreams.

Knapp's News 7/18/21

George Knapp shares recent items of interest, including articles on aliens, UFOs, and space discoveries.

Watch: Juno Flies Past Ganymede

Last month NASA's Juno spacecraft approached Jupiter's largest moon, Ganymede, closer than any probe in more than twenty years.

Stunning Image of a 'Radio Galaxy'

The MeerKAT telescope in South Africa has produced a never-seen-before array of cosmic elements woven into space. The amazing image depicts powerful radio waves dropping into a black hole at the center of a galaxy known as IC 4296.

Richard Branson Successfully Flies Into Space

Virgin Galactic founder Richard Branson flew to space with five others on July 11 as part of the first fully-crewed flight of the SpaceShipTwo space plane Unity.

Video: X-flare Erupts on the Sun

As a kind of prelude to our holiday fireworks, a powerful X-1 flare burst out of an unnamed sunspot on July 3rd. It was the first solar flare of this magnitude in nearly four years.

Uri Geller Material from the 1970s

Guest on the 7/4/21 show, Uri Geller, shares material related to his work with Wernher von Braun, the CIA, and Edgar Mitchell in the 1970s.

Watch: Flying Car Prototype Completes Successful Inter-City Test Flight

A Slovakian company working on developing a flying car took a big step forward this week when their prototype successfully completed an inter-city test flight.

New Study Upends Theory That Life Could Exist in Atmosphere of Venus

A new study looking at the atmosphere of Venus appears to have squashed a tantalizing theory put forward last year which suggested that there could be microbial organisms residing in the planet's clouds.

Photo: ISS Crosses the Sun

Astrophotographer Miguel Claro has captured striking images of the International Space Station (ISS) as it briefly passed in front of the Sun.

John McAfee Tribute Audio

Software entrepreneur and founder of McAfee Inc., the controversial John McAfee (1945-2021), appeared on Coast to Coast on October 23, 2013. Listen to an excerpt of his conversation with George Noory.

Study Finds Over 1,700 Star Systems From Which ETs Could Have...

Reversing the concept of searching space for intelligent life, a new study has determined that there are over 1,700 star systems wherein extraterrestrials, should they exist there and were looking, would have been able to spot Earth.

Knapp's News 6/20/21

George Knapp shares recent items of interest including an article on new Navy drones.


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