Tuesday, June 28, 2016

The Phobos research (from 2014)

From 2014



Buzz Aldrin and Phobos:
 

...The American astronaut definitely knows something about Phobos. So did the late Russian scientist, Professor Burdakov.
 
Regardless of Aldrin's cautious comments about the 1969 sighting, there is definitely something strange on the surface of Phobos...Philip Mantle and I have collected Russian and other information and published our research, but there certainly will be more developments in the Phobos saga...

 
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This is from my older post, some years ago:




The failure of Fobos-Grunt mission is a tragedy. Not only for the Russian space program  and  Chinese space exploration dreams. It was really an international project to reach Phobos. Those who have planned it,  those who were truly in charge of it and exchanged information on a daily basis, knew that mysteries of Phobos were worth the risk. The mission was very complicated, and was delayed more than once; there were changes in the personnel in charge of the program.

Most likely, Fobos-Grunt will crash on November 26 of this year.

http://www.foxnews.com/scitech/2011/11/11/toxic-russian-mars-probe-heading-back-to-earth/?test=latestnews
http://www.ria.ru/science/20111112/486873708.html

International scientists conclude: the interior of Phobos likely contains large voids!

This is a very important conclusion based on independent results from two subgroups of the Mars Express Radio Science (MaRS) team who independently analyzed Mars Express (MEX) radio tracking data for the purpose of determining consistently the gravitational attraction of the moon Phobos on the MEX spacecraft, and hence the mass of Phobos.

What is the importance of Phobos?

In 1959, Iosif Shklovsky, a Soviet scientist and a famous astrophysicist, who co-authored with Carl Sagan a book titled Intelligent life in the Universe, expressed an opinion that Phobos is of artificial origin and quite hollow inside. He tried to explain the incredible rotation speed that the moonlet has in relation to the orbit of Mars…


Let's briefly look at the 1988 mission to reach Phobos.
…Those involved in the Soviet space program, as well as their Western colleagues, had been very much interested in Phobos. On July 12, 1988, the Soviets launched two unmanned probes, Phobos 1 and Phobos 2, in the direction of Mars.  The mission was also an international one in its scope.

Each probe was a complicated set of devices: three television cameras, spectrometer, guidance system, and video recording system. Also, the Phobos 2 probe contained a strange laser device dubbed LIMA-D.  Phobos 1 was lost in September of 1988, on its way to Mars. The Soviets claimed a radio command error.  Phobos 2 was also lost, but before it did, images and information were sent to Earth. In 1991 Marina Popovich, while visiting Los Angeles, showed Paul Stonehill a photograph that Phobos 2 made before its demise.  It depicts a gigantic cylindrical object approximately 25 kilometers long. After that last frame was radio-transmitted back to Earth, the probe disappeared…

Marina Popovich* told Paul Stonehill that the Glavkosmos (Soviet Space program), knew all along that whatever it was that destroyed the Soviet probe in 1989, was created by artificial intelligence.

Paul Stonehill and Philip Mantle have done an extensive research of the Phobos 2 spacecraft disaster, and mysterious circumstances surrounding the mission and its aftermath. The findings are presented in the books they have co-authored.

The authors have collected more information about Mar's mysterious satellites in the ensuing years. There were also people in the long-gone centuries that knew of Phobos and Deimos, although the Martian moonlets were officially discovered in 1877...

What is the importance of Phobos?

The mysteries of the Martian moonlet are still of great interest to a number of people in the world. On August 6, 2009, in an interview to C-SPAN cable television program, American astronaut Buzz Aldrin said: “We should visit the moons of Mars. There's a monolith there - a very unusual structure on this little potato shaped object that goes around Mars once every seven hours”.

The  moon (or moonlet) in question is Phobos. As far as the secrets of the moonlet, well, Marina Popovich tried her best to get the world to pay attention to them, as did others, such as Professor Burdakov, a top Russian scientist. Apparently, Americans know quite a lot, too; as do others… hence, the new joint mission Russian-Chinese mission to Phobos planned for 2011.

What secrets are hidden inside the moonlet of Mars?


We are not any closer to finding out today than we were in 1989...


* This courageous woman is a distinguished test pilot, a scientist with a doctorate degree in flight technology from the University of Leningrad, a Lt. Colonel, and a highly decorated aviator. She is a journalist, and a published author of six books. Because of her efforts, Russian ufologists were able to find out many hidden facts of their country’s UFO research and covered-up incidents.
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Paul Stonehill, Soviet-born writer and researcher, author of The Soviet UFO Files (1998), Paranormal Mysteries of Eurasia (2011); and co-author of several books with Philip Mantle (United Kingdom).


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