A GERMAN UFO expert has claimed that a NASA spacecraft may have been hijacked by aliens -- who are now attempting to contact the Earth.Hartwig Hausdorf claims that Voyager 2 an unmanned interplanetary probe blasted into space 33 years ago – has started transmitting strange, unintelligible signals, Bild newspaper revealed today.
NASA installed a 12-inch disk containing music and greetings in 55 languages in case intelligent extraterrestrial life ever found it.But last month the probe began sending back distorted messages from its location near the edge of the solar system that baffled NASA scientists were unable to decode, Mr Hausdorf says.
"It seems almost as if someone had reprogrammed or hijacked the probe, thus perhaps we do not yet know the whole truth," the author of UFOs -- They Are Still Flying told Bild.
The signal from Voyager 2 which takes 13 hours to reach the Earth -- broke off fully on April 22.
NASA said engineers were working to solve a data transmission fault. The space agency has not commented specifically on Mr Hausdorf’s comments, although it says the fault is likely to be a glitch in the probe’s computer memory.
Voyager 2 and its twin, Voyager 1 were launched in 1977 to explore Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune. Three decades on, they are the most distant human-made objects in outer space.
Voyager 1 is currently more than 8.5 billion miles from Earth. It will soon travel beyond the heliosphere.
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3-19-10 ANNAPOLIS MARYLAND: "I am a local photographer in Annapolis and I was doing a night shoot on the practice fields of St John's College at 9.16 pm, the witness stated. I was using a Nikon D700 with a 70-200mm 2.8 professional lens mounted on a tripod. I didn't open the files to edit the images until a few days later, on a Sunday. When I enhansed the dark areas around the buildings on campus, I noticed 9 light blue orbs with a corona like halo around them. The orbs were positioned in front and back of the end of the roof line. They appeared to be in a loose formation, banking to the right and departing the area. Several of the objects had a slight maroon hue to them."
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