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Re: Did UFO Bring Down Beagle? - Balaskas

From: Nick Balaskas <Nikolaos.nul>
Date: Tue, 9 Mar 2004 10:25:28 -0500 (Eastern Standard Time)
Fwd Date: Wed, 10 Mar 2004 08:09:44 -0500
Subject: Re: Did UFO Bring Down Beagle? - Balaskas

>From: Terry Groff <terry.nul>
>To: UFO UpDates <ufoupdates.nul>
>Date: Mon, 8 Mar 2004 12:21:16 -0600
>Subject: Did UFO Bring Down Beagle?

>Source: The Scotsman - Edinburgh


>Mon 8 Mar 2004

>Did UFO Bring Down Beagle?

>European scientists are examining an image of the Beagle 2 Mars
>lander, taken moments after it was spun off from its mother
>ship, that also shows an unidentified object.

>The mysterious blot on the photograph is being scrutinised as
>one of several potential reasons for the failure of the mission
>- Europe's first attempt to land a probe on the Red Planet.

>Mission controllers told a London meeting that they were also
>considering the possibility that Beagle 2 simply crashed onto
>the surface of Mars because the atmosphere on the planet was
>less dense than expected.

>Scientists said they are examining photographs of the landing
>site that show four bright spots, dubbed the "string of pearls,"
>that might be Beagle 2's remains.

>Beagle 2 has not been heard from since it was ejected from the
>European Space Agency's Mars Express orbiter in mid-December.
>The 143 pound probe gave no answering signal to scheduled
>attempts to contact it on Christmas Day and has remained
>stubbornly silent ever since.

>(No photos accompanied the article - Terry)


Hi Terry!

Last night I did a quick search for the photo of Beagle 2 that
shows the unidentified object referred to in the article above
that was taken shortly after it separated from the Mars Express

Could this UFO be the brightest of several star-like objects
seen in the picture found at the Beagle 2 web site below?


It is important to learn why Beagle 2 failed to make contact
with Earth after it landed (crashed?) on Mars, especially to
York University space scientist, Prof. Brendan Quine. His
private company has designed 'Northern Light', an improved
version of the Beagle 2 lander that also includes a small rover
named 'Beaver'. He hopes that his Mars landing mission will be
funded by the Canadian Space Agency or other interested group
that has about $50 to $150 million to spare.

The 'Northern Light' Mars landing mission is separate to the
work other space scientists here at York University are involved
in with 'Pheonix', a NASA Mars lander with Canadian
participation that is the next spaceprobe scheduled to land on
the surface of the Red Planet and to search for ET life.

Nick Balaskas

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