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Interview with NASA astronaut on ‘Gravity’ and the dangers of spacewalking

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NASA astronaut Michael Massimino has logged over 30 hours of spacewalking during two missions on the space shuttle to service the Hubble Space Telescope. He has performed four spacewalks, the longest of which was around eight hours. I was lucky enough to get to talk to him about Gravity, a new movie starring Sandra Bullock and George Clooney about two astronauts and a spacewalk gone badly

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Discovery picks up Unsealed: Alien Files

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On August 7, 2013, Bellum Entertainment announced that its show Unsealed: Alien Files has been picked up by Discovery Communications. This show, and a companion show, Unsealed: Conspiracy Files, premiered in September 2012. These shows were syndicated nationally in the ...

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Anti-gravity documentary seeks crowdfunding (Video)

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A new documentary is in the works exploring claims that the government is hiding anti-gravity vehicles that have been developed, tested, and flown for decades. In order to get the documentary completed, the producers have turned to crowdsourcing to get the resources needed to complete the project.

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Google pays tribute to Roswell UFO crash

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The most famous UFO incident of all time is no doubt the crash of an alleged flying saucer in the remote town of Roswell, New Mexico. In a tribute to the event, Google has posted a video game on its homepage marking the 66th anniversary of the newspaper article that announced the UFO crash in 1947.

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Russell Crowe tweets about UFO alien disclosure (Video)

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Russell Crowe made news earlier this year when he tweeted pictures from an alleged UFO sighting he had four years ago. Last week he tweeted a video posted by Jesse Ventura of Canada’s ex-Minster of Defense Paul Hellyer talking about UFO cover-ups at the Citizen Hearing on Disclosure, a mock-congressional style hearing in Washington D.C. that was held in late April into early May of 2013.

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