UFOs: The Secret Evidence – EBE Award Winner

Winner of 4 EBE Awards! Best Film, Best Historical Documentary, Best UFO Footage and The Peoples Choice Award – International UFO Congress Film Festival.

The “UFOs: The Secret Evidence” documentary presents what the world governments really know about UFOs. Includes 44 original UFO film clips from around the world, most of which have never been seen until this feature documentary was originally introduced to the general public and also includes film clips from the archives of both NASA and the U.S. Air Force.

RODS: A Strange UFO Mystery – Feature Film

RODS: The Smoking Gun Evidence. See evidence of a newly discovered and previously unknown life form that currently exists on this planet. Presented for the first time in this program is stunning high quality video of “Rods” in flight taken by a production company working for the Discovery Channel while taping cliff jumpers in South America. New methods are presented using the sun which illuminates the phenomenon, providing incredible detail for analyzing the anatomy of this life form. Included in this program are comments by renowned scientists as part of the process of authentication. Discover new sky fishing methods for capturing this entity on film that you can use with your own camera.

Rocky planet found in deep space

A NASA spacecraft has detected a rocky planet that is the smallest ever discovered outside the Sun’s solar system, the agency announced Monday.

The exoplanet — so named because it orbits a star other than the Sun — has been dubbed Kepler-10b. It measures 1.4 times the Earth’s diameter and was confirmed after more than eight months of data collection, the agency said. It is the first rocky, or Earth-like, planet discovered by Kepler.

“All of Kepler’s best capabilities have converged to yield the first solid evidence of a rocky planet orbiting a star other than our sun,” said Natalie Batalha, deputy science team leader for the NASA mission. “The Kepler team made a commitment in 2010 about finding the telltale signatures of small planets in the data, and it’s beginning to pay off.”

Kepler-10b’s size and rocky composition would make it more likely than gaseous planets to contain liquid water, and perhaps life of some kind, if it were the right distance from its star, NASA said. However, it is much too close to the star — 20 times closer than Mercury is to the Sun.

Kepler-10b’s star is about 560 light years from Earth, according to NASA.