The first Fast Radio Burst was detected in 2001 with at least twenty other bursts being reported since then. The Fast Radio Bursts (FRB), as they have been dubbed, only last milliseconds and until recently were thought to be completely random making them very difficult to detect and study.
In a document that was unveiled in a Freedom of Information Act request there are talks about the United States Air Force operating routine nuclear powered space flights into local space as well as to the moon. The document even speculates that the U.S.A.F. is operating a base on the moon in which we regularly travel to and from. The document suggests that the amount of nuclear fuel needed is no longer measured in pounds, but grams.
On July 11th, 1991, citizens of Mexico City all turned their gaze to the heavens for an irregular solar eclipse because it was one of the longest solar eclipses in history, lasting over six minutes. As the citizens turned their gaze upwards millions were astonished to find a metallic object hovering in the sky before, during, and after the solar eclipse had finished.
Back in 1977 Astronomer Jerry Ehman was using the Ohio State University’s Big Ear Radio Telescope sweeping for potential signals from alien civilizations. While monitoring the skies he came across a very powerful signal that lasted for exactly 72 seconds coming from the area of Chi Sagittarii. Dubbed the WOW signal because he circled the numbers and letters on a printed readout and wrote Wow! next to it.