Latest Flying saucer Stories
NASA's Low-Density Supersonic Decelerator (LDSD) project successfully flew a rocket-powered, saucer-shaped test vehicle into near-space in late June from the U.S. Navy's Pacific Missile Range Facility on Kauai, Hawaii.
The cat-and-mouse game between conspiracy theorists and the FBI has just picked up once more. In a memo entitled “UFOs or NO? The Guy Hottel Memo,” the FBI calls attention to their online repository of publicly available documents known as the “Vault.”
An ocean salvage exploration company has found what appears to be a UFO-like object at the bottom of the Baltic Sea.
A British man said photographs he took in London appear to depict four flying saucers in the sky over the city. Derek Burdon, 40, said he was standing on the roof of the 16-story Orion House early in the morning when he took the pictures, The Daily Telegraph reported Wednesday. Burdon said he didn't notice anything unusual while he was taking the pictures. We couldn't believe it when we came to look at the photo.
While electric cars and hybrids dominate talk at the big auto show in Detroit, a Michigan inventor says his flying saucer would make such discussions moot. Alfie Carrington, 59, says he is in the home stretch of the design and construction of the saucer, which is more specifically a perpetual flying machine that creates its own magnetic field and never needs refueling. People think I'm nuts, Carrington conceded to The Detroit News during an interview in his barn in Clinton Township outside...
A flying saucer is in the works, but it didn't come from space. It came from Florida. Subrata Roy, an engineering professor at the University of Florida, is trying to patent his design of a circular, spinning aircraft he dubs WEAV, short for wingless electromagnetic air vehicle.
University of Florida mechanical and aerospace engineering associate professor Subrata Roy has submitted a patent application for a circular, spinning aircraft design reminiscent of the spaceships seen in countless Hollywood films. Roy, however, calls his design a â€œwingless electromagnetic air vehicle,â€ or WEAV.
If you truly believe a UFO and its crew of bug-eyed aliens came crashing down here 60 years ago, rest assured: You're not alone.
- A person or thing gazed at with wonder or curiosity, especially of a scornful kind.