Giant spacecraft have been observed around Saturn. One of the objects seen is estimated to be Earth-sized. They’ve been photographed by Hubble and Cassini.
Here’s an infraared view from Hubble of a giant spaceship near Saturn’s rings. To show up at these distances the spaceship must be mammoth, perhaps thousands of miles in length.
And a photograph from a French magazine:
The website featuring the photos says:
The photograph in the French newspaper which is similar to the one above, purportedly taken by Cassini near Saturn…..
It is in French, so what it basically says is that those objects are massive OVNIS (UFOs) photographed by Cassini near Saturn, and put under wraps by NASA. One of the objects is Earth sized and one over 50,000 Km in length (Four times Earth’s diameter!) How did this French newspaper get its hands on this photograph?
Unfortunately, we don’t have more info on its authenticity. Can the photo experts here try and interpret it? Keeping in mind the similarity with the HST’s infra red image shown above, it may be an actual photograph taken by Cassini. If genuine, the implications are mind boggling! Are we then seeing incontrovertible evidence of an alien presence in our Solar System? And another thing. Small moonlets/asteroids even a couple of hundred miles long have been mapped and named.
These objects are Earth size and some more than 50,000 Km long. Then why have these objects not been named? After all, they’ve shown up in the official photographs taken by the HST. But then, that’s probably top secret! You can’t go around naming huge alien objects, can you? Smells of a cover-up, what?
Whatever, the truth is out there in the rings of Saturn!
Scientists stated that from these photos in sequence they have discovered new moons of Saturn. What wasn’t explained was the object’s that I have marked A, B and C orbiting Saturn’s outer ring.
These huge cigar shaped object’s are clearly shown following a definite path in an orbit along the edge of the ring. Could these be gigantic space craft or mother ships?