UFO 'Star Trek's USS Enterprise' near ISS - Sept 8, 2013

A photograph out of the collection International Space Station imagery STS110-E-5912 (April 17, 2002) shows an amazing object what looks like a craft. It's not clear whether this craft is extraterrestrial or man-made.

What is interesting, the UFO looks like the Star Trek's USS Enterprise. Besides, according to Youtube account ufovni2012, the ISS has a similar design.

Star Trek USS Enterprise

As early as 1964, Gene Roddenberry drafted a proposal for the science fiction series that would become Star Trek. He was modeling it on Jonathan Swift's Gulliver's Travels.

Image: Gulliver's travels - Gulliver discovers laputa, the flying island.

But, from where or from whom the producers got their ideas for the realistic looking Star Trek's USS Enterprise and advanced technologies used by the crew of the Enterprise?

Claims of Al Bielek, Preston Nichols, Andrew Basiago and Laura M. Eisenhower, and others, that US military has developed secret space programs, since the '40s.

Project Pegasus (space/time travel) begun in 1968. Project Pegasus was the classified, defense-related research and development program under the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA).

Bottom line: The US military has made a deal with the producers to show advanced technologies in the movies, as part of a high level strategic plan?



  1. I read somewhere that some of the ideas for Star Trek and other science fiction shows were inspired in part by aliens, as a plan for preparing the human race to be induced into the galactic community sometime in the future. They are able to put ideas into people's minds, inspiring them to write it out. -M-


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