ALIEN COVER UP? 'Why won't NASA release Voyager probe data after it left solar system?'




Scott C Waring is convinced the US space agency is “hiding something” of significance, amid claims it is not being transparent enough with the data beamed back daily from the 40-year-old unmanned spacecraft which has left the solar system and is now in inter stellar space.

Mr Waring, who is behind popular website ufosightingsdaily.com tweeted the agency urging for more information.

He said on his website: “I sent this tweet and photo I made to NASA departments on Twitter a few minutes ago. 



“Of course they won’t respond. They never do.

“Voyager has been out there collecting data for over 40 years and the public has access to none of it. 

“NASA said they often beamed back data that the probe has collected, yet, have you seen it?

“Have you heard of someone who has? No! And they never will.”

So what could be happening?

Mr Waring is a conspiracy theorist, who is convinced that NASA’s space explorations have uncovered swathes of evidence of intelligent life out there that is then hidden from the public.


NASA said they often beamed back data that the probe has collected, yet, have you seen it? Have you heard of someone who has? No! And they never will.

Scott C Waring


The general theory being that the powers that be fear public knowledge of alien life would end religion and the rule of law, leading to anarchy, something they are desperate to avoid.

If that were the case, why would NASA bother exploring space you may ask.

It releases data and images from scores of other space missions, including the Mars Curiosity rover – a droid exploring the surface of the Red Planet, and the International Space Station (ISS) cameras.

Mr Waring and fellow conspiracy theorists spend hours trawling through the footage, and often hold up so-called anomalies as evidence of alien life that they say NASA refuses to acknowledge.

It would appear Mr Waring would like to do the same with footage from the Voyager 1 and 2 (also launched in the 1970s) probes, but he believes NASA is simply shielding us from it.

Traveling at speeds of more than 35,000mph, the Voyagers travel about 900,000 miles farther from Earth each day, a distance equal to roughly 36 times Earth’s circumference. Five years ago, in August 2012, Voyager 1 crossed the edge of the heliosphere, called the heliopause, venturing for the first time into the space between stars, where no spacecraft had gone before.

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WHAT ARE THEY HIDING? Or does Voyager have nothing to report in deep space?

At now more than 13 billion miles from Earth, Voyager is in deep space between our solar system and the next.

It could be that there is simply nothing to see from its camera.

Voyager 2 will reach there in a few years.

The NASA website does have a section on the Voyager missions with regular updates, plus a Twitter feed.

This week we learned that NASA re-fired up its boosters for the first time since 1980.

Back then it was taking the first ever close-up images of the planets of our solar system.

According to the section data is fed back daily from the probes.

NASA says: “Despite their vast distance, they continue to communicate with NASA daily.”

An article published on September 17 described a day in Voyager 1’s life.

It said: “At more than 10 billion miles away from Earth, there is no day and night. 

“Time and space are fathomless and our Sun is a distant point of starlight — a faint reminder of the home NASA’s twin Voyagers, humanity’s farthest and longest-lived spacecraft, left behind 40 years ago. 

“Voyager 1 and Voyager 2 continue to return data that shape our view and understanding of our place in the universe.

“We often think of space as empty, but even the vacuum of space is filled with the remnants of stellar explosions from millions of years ago and dominated by invisible magnetic forces. 

“Such magnetic forces carve out unique space environments throughout the galaxy, each one like a neighborhood with its own distinct feel. Voyager has helped scientists define the boundaries of our own stellar neighborhood — which scientists call the heliosphere — by returning observations about the conditions where the Sun’s influence wanes and interstellar space begins.”

Communications with the spacecraft will be maintained until the Voyagers’ nuclear power sources can no longer supply enough electricity to operate the satellites. 

Engineers expect each spacecraft to continue operating at least one science instrument until around 2025.

However, even after the spacecraft go silent, thanks to remarkable engineering, they’ll otherwise be in good condition. Barring catastrophic collisions, the Voyagers are expected to continue to prosper on their lonely, boundless journeys, cruising at their present speed and completing an orbit around the center of the Milky Way every 225 million years.

Express.co.uk has asked NASA if any visual data from the probes is available, and if so how to view it, and awaits a response.

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