By Lisa Haven
The National Solar Observatory in Sunspot, New Mexico was suddenly closed Thursday, Sep. 6th, as FBI swarmed the area with black hawk helicopters and all personnel were evacuated. To make matters a little more interesting, the local post office at Sunspot was also shut down and employees were evacuated from the premises. Including some local citizens.
Considering the observatory location near the White Sands Missile Range and the Holloman Air Force Base, multiple theories have risen as to why the facility was abruptly shut down.
Thus far, no answers have been given by the FBI. The only agency who has said something on the matter is AURA, the agency that maintains the Observatory, who stated that there was a “security issue” and that the site had been evacuated for that reason.
Resultantly, everything thing from a UFO invasion to a solar flare, to a Carrington style event has been given as the reason why. But just what is the truth surrounding this mystery? Foreign articles might have the answer. All that and more below…
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That was a good balanced presentation, Lisa. But I have another possibility for you. It is called “paranoia”. In the late 1970’s I was an RF Design Engineer working on the Very Large Array Radio Telescope that is near Magdalena, New Mexico. Once I attended a conference at which several engineers from the White Sands Missile Range also attended. I was telling them about what the frequency coverage bands were of the VLA. And when I mentioned “Ku band”, they became very nervous. They must have been using that frequency band at the White Sands range for some purpose or other. So I assume they were worried about being spied upon by the VLA Radio Telescope.
But the VLA was not even designed to do anything like that. It provided astronomers with images of celestial objects in the radio wave spectrum, rather than the optical spectrum, as optical telescopes do. And it is shielded from radio wave interference by the mountains surrounding it. So it does not even have line of sight to White Sands anyway.
Also in order to get any viewing time on the VLA, an astronomer has to first come up with a proposal, that has to be approved by the astronomers in charge who work at the VLA. And they would never allow anything like that to begin with.
I don’t see how a solar observatory could be used for any spying either. They are built to only look at the Sun. So I think this may all be “paranoia”.
Why the solar observatory was closed. Take a look………… https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eeKoa0852mk
Gina Hill is presenting the “Enormous UFO close to the Sun” photos as genuine, when in reality they are fraudulent. The clearest photo that demonstrates this hoax is the lone image of the object in question ( I can’t include the photo with this post but there are plenty of videos and images floating around the internet by now.) In that photo, there is clearly a cast shadow. It resembles some type of ceiling mounting plate. The other photos by Gina Hill are simply multiple exposure photos of the same image next to a bright light. Carefully, examine the image and judge for yourself.