Where the ground base 'small green'?The theory that in Hawaii there is an alien base was created in April 2011. Then over the island registered fleet of UFOs, which is like diligent bees, but without sound, going around the island and returned to base. Small and light were recorded on tape, and what the aliens are interested in Hawaii is still not known. One theory says that due to tectonic activity in the region precisely base in Hawaii is crucial in case of invasion. Strategic option for controlling tectonic processes in such a scenario would be invaluable. In addition, the base reportedly used for the collection of organic and inorganic samples on which to learn and plan. Snapshot 'small research' is available here: For years, stories have circulated that the aliens, except that occasionally stop by the Earth, have their bases deep below the surface. This time we present an overview of locations where the 'little green', as the story, have their utočišta.Već the name of this site indicates that there is something creepy going on, a review of the unusual phenomenon made famous ufologist Carlos Clemente, who dealt with UFO reports -there are notations near the lake in the past ten years. UFOs, paranormal activity, and general horror that the government close to the lake, and repeated confirmation NASA and the Air Force that have nothing to do with it has led some to conclude that the place of 'very busy' as it is below the lake is an alien base. The negative reputation of the device is attributed to the aliens who supposedly used to discourage potential researchers. needed for survival, and that other aliens will then be able to benefit in the form of vaccines. Others believe that aliens are studying Nessie, which is supposedly the oldest individual on earth (perhaps in the universe?), And trying to figure out the secret of her longevity.Volcano on the border of Bolivia and Peru is reportedly the scene of alien experiments that have to do with biological weapons and the influence of weather conditions. Moreover, locals claim that the alien bases beneath the volcano that occasionally come from the aircraft, but never in it will not be returned. Only one theory is that it is a spaceport from which boats leave the country, and there are ports that are used exclusively as a port for the aliens to come. Like other theories, and this is difficult to prove because no one has yet dared to 'dive' under the volcano, but the image of an aircraft, which might leave the nation, the most feared place where aliens allegedly have its base just our natural satellite - moon. In some circles there is even a theory that the Moon is one big conspiracy, that is not a natural satellite, but that it was in orbit around the Earth asked the aliens to ensure you are fully equipped base near the Earth. Other theories even suggest that the moon collaborating with the Nazis to exterminate the aliens or 'improving' the human species. Judging by the stories circulating around the Moon, if the alien bases exist, then it is the most flagrant months away. Just look at one of the UFO footage captured on the celestial body:
NASA's Kepler Mission Discovers a World Orbiting Two Stars
Image: In the Light of Two Suns - This artist's concept illustrates Kepler-16b, the first planet known to definitively orbit two stars -- what's called a circumbinary planet. The planet, which can be seen in the foreground, was discovered by NASA's Kepler mission.
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Image: Where the Sun Sets Twice - NASA's Kepler mission has discovered a world where two suns set over the horizon instead of just one. The planet, called Kepler-16b, is the most "Tatooine-like" planet yet found in our galaxy. Tatooine is the name of Luke Skywalker's home world in the science fiction movie Star Wars. In this case, the planet it not thought to be habitable. It is a cold world, with a gaseous surface, but like Tatooine, it circles two stars. The existence of a world with a double sunset, as portrayed in the film Star Wars more than 30 years ago, is now scientific fact. NASA's Kepler mission has made the first unambiguous detection of a circumbinary planet -- a planet orbiting two stars -- 200 light-years from Earth. Unlike Star Wars’ Tatooine, the planet is cold, gaseous and not thought to harbor life, but its discovery demonstrates the diversity of planets in our galaxy. Previous research has hinted at the existence of circumbinary planets, but clear confirmation proved elusive. Kepler detected such a planet, known as Kepler-16b, by observing transits, where the brightness of a parent star dims from the planet crossing in front of it. "This discovery confirms a new class of planetary systems that could harbor life," Kepler principal investigator William Borucki said. "Given that most stars in our galaxy are part of a binary system, this means the opportunities for life are much broader than if planets form only around single stars. This milestone discovery confirms a theory that scientists have had for decades but could not prove until now." A research team led by Laurance Doyle of the SETI Institute in Mountain View, Calif., used data from the Kepler space telescope, which measures dips in the brightness of more than 150,000 stars, to search for transiting planets. Kepler is the first NASA mission capable of finding Earth-size planets in or near the "habitable zone," the region in a planetary system where liquid water can exist on the surface of the orbiting planet. Scientists detected the new planet in the Kepler-16 system, a pair of orbiting stars that eclipse each other from our vantage point on Earth. When the smaller star partially blocks the larger star, a primary eclipse occurs, and a secondary eclipse occurs when the smaller star is occulted, or completely blocked, by the larger star. Astronomers further observed that the brightness of the system dipped even when the stars were not eclipsing one another, hinting at a third body. The additional dimming in brightness events, called the tertiary and quaternary eclipses, reappeared at irregular intervals of time, indicating the stars were in different positions in their orbit each time the third body passed. This showed the third body was circling, not just one, but both stars, in a wide circumbinary orbit. The gravitational tug on the stars, measured by changes in their eclipse times, was a good indicator of the mass of the third body. Only a very slight gravitational pull was detected, one that only could be caused by a small mass. The findings are described in a new study published Friday, Sept. 16, in the journal Science. "Most of what we know about the sizes of stars comes from such eclipsing binary systems, and most of what we know about the size of planets comes from transits," said Doyle, who also is the lead author and a Kepler participating scientist. "Kepler-16 combines the best of both worlds, with stellar eclipses and planetary transits in one system." This discovery confirms that Kepler-16b is an inhospitable, cold world about the size of Saturn and thought to be made up of about half rock and half gas. The parent stars are smaller than our sun. One is 69 percent the mass of the sun and the other only 20 percent. Kepler-16b orbits around both stars every 229 days, similar to Venus’ 225-day orbit, but lies outside the system’s habitable zone, where liquid water could exist on the surface, because the stars are cooler than our sun. "Working in film, we often are tasked with creating something never before seen," said visual effects supervisor John Knoll of Industrial Light & Magic, a division of Lucasfilm Ltd., in San Francisco. "However, more often than not, scientific discoveries prove to be more spectacular than anything we dare imagine. There is no doubt these discoveries influence and inspire storytellers. Their very existence serves as cause to dream bigger and open our minds to new possibilities beyond what we think we 'know.'" This artist's movie illustrates Kepler-16b, the first directly detected circumbinary planet, which is a planet that orbits two stars. Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/T. Pyle