23 July 2015

Tyler Glockner, who runs the Secureteam YouTube UFO channel, has released a video entitled: “Mysterious Pluto Anomalies…Alien Ship or Dwarf Planet?” Over recent images of Pluto released by Nasa, he says: “What is going on with Pluto? “I ask this after seeing the Nasa new New Horizons images. “I am literally questioning whether this thing is actually a planet or something else. “You can immediately make out anomalies – lines and structures.” He pointed out four dark circular areas towards the bottom of the dwarf planet, which Nasa says are 300 miles each across.

Even Nasa’s own experts are baffled by the astonishing regularity of the holes. Glockner goes further adding: “These are four perfect holes, sitting side by side. What other moon, plant or dwarf planet has such anomalies? “What is Nasa’s explanation. I can’t wait to hear it. “They call it a dwarf planet, but I am not sure. This thing is very mysterious. I don’t think something is right here.” Secureteam was behind the recent video appearing to show a code-shaped UFO descending to earth through the clouds, as revealed by http://www.express.co.uk. Several other UFO investigators have branded the channel’s videos as hoaxes, while Mr Spence insists he is carrying out genuine research.

Aside from Secureteam’s wild speculation, the “dark spots” have puzzled many traditional star-gazers, including Nasa experts. Just days ago the US Space Agency released the latest images of the spots, saying: “Three billion miles from Earth and just two and a half million miles from Pluto, NASA’s New Horizons spacecraft has taken its best image of four dark spots that continue to captivate. “The spots appear on the side of Pluto that always faces its largest moon, Charon.” Unfortunately, we are not going to get any closer views than those released on Saturday, as it was the face that was invisible to New Horizons as it passed Pluto at the closest point yesterday. Alan Stern, of the Southwest Research Institute, Boulder, Colorado, described the image as “the last, best look that anyone will have of Pluto’s far side for decades to come.” The spots are connected to a dark belt that circles Pluto’s equatorial region.

What continues to pique the interest of scientists is their similar size and even spacing. “It’s weird that they’re spaced so regularly,” said New Horizons program scientist Curt Niebur at NASA Headquarters in Washington. Jeff Moore of NASA’s Ames Research Center, Mountain View, California, added: “We can’t tell whether they’re plateaus or plains, or whether they’re brightness variations on a completely smooth surface. “The large dark areas are now estimated to be 300 miles across, an area roughly the size of the state of Missouri. In comparison with earlier images, we now see that the dark areas are more complex than they initially appeared, while the boundaries between the dark and bright terrains are irregular and sharply defined.”

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