Elon Musk: “SpaceX continues to detect something massive during its missions”

Who doesn’t know billionaire business magnate and investor Elon Musk? He is the richest person in the world and the recent acquirer of Twitter…

The tech genius and angel investor behind Tesla is also the founder of SpaceX, the aerospace manufacturer and space transportation services company that launched in 2002.

SpaceX manufactures spacecraft, provides spacecraft launches, and is also a satellite communications company.

The company’s most popular products include the Falcon 9 and Falcon Heavy launch vehicles, various rocket engines, Cargo Dragon, manned spacecraft and the Starlink communications satellite.

And it turns out that some of those missions aboard various SpaceX-owned spacecraft have encountered unidentified objects that some believe could indicate the presence of extraterrestrials…

Incident involving a UFO in 2021

On April 23, 2021, a Falcon 9 rocket and Crew Dragon Endeavor spacecraft lifted off bound for the International Space Station, but along the way something unknown gave them a big scare…..

“There was no time to perform an evasive maneuver to get Crew Dragon out of the object’s path. Instead, SpaceX warned astronauts to put on their pressure suits in the event of a crash. »

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The Black Vault received a series of internal communications regarding the theft and the “encounter” with the unknown object. One of the emails, authored by NASA Flight Director Adi Boulos, further describes:

“The Space Force has not removed a bogus analyst satellite from its catalog. SpaceX took action and the crew put on suits, we weren’t at high risk of conjunction. »

“The TOPO (Trajectory Operations Officer) informed me that Endeavor had a very late warning along with an unknown object with a TCA (Time Close Approach).”

“Initial reports indicated an error distance of 1 km. TOPO asked SpaceX for updated state vectors, which turned out to be 7 km out of phase with the propagated state vectors. »

“The encounter being relatively close, a DAM (Debris Avoidance Maneuver) was not an option and SpaceX chose that the crew dress while waiting for the TAR. »

“TOPO ran updated status vectors and reported that the failure distance was approximately 45 km. After the passage of the TAR, the TOPO was informed that the ‘unknown’ object with which we had a TAR is not real, but a ‘phantom’ satellite which was inserted in the catalog for internal reasons to the Space Force”.

“In other words, this object does not exist…”

Recently, Elon Musk revealed that one of SpaceX’s cameras keeps picking up something incredibly large during its missions and they’re not sure what exactly it is…

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