give me all the info you have on it thanks
Through doing a lot of reading on the subject, the same as any other person. Tesla, one of the smartest men that ever lived, received signals from it shortly after setting up one of his inventions in Colorado. Since the 1930s there were worldwide reports of radio signals allegedly from it, yet the first man made polar orbiting object wasn't launched 'til 1960. This thing was spotted in the 1940s and photographed in 57 & the 60's by many space agencies around the world and the US and Soviet Union showed special interest in it. Time ran a story on it, and it has been researched plenty even to this day.
It's estimated to weigh 10 tons, which would at the time it was spotted and for decades after the heaviest item in orbit, highly unlikely that it is "debris" when NASA official images show it from many angles over the years.
I read online that it might be over 13000 years old and would travel to the sun occasionally to get a big load of radiation and comes back right after to work with the Van Allen Belt.
>mfw Tesla was the subject of my thesis and a true scientist, who researched the signal more and deemed them nothing more than cosmic noises due to radiation and other natural space phenomena
That's a real scientist, and why he was one of the smartest men alive. He didn't say "aliums!" on the first go and then let that be the answer. He kept investigating.
That's bullshit though. He didn't pick up signals from the satellite, people just took a story about him finding signals and tacked it onto this satellite bullshit.
It's the same for the rest of the stories. People take a bunch of truths and half truths and throw them together and say it all originates with this satellite.
It's time to stop making these posts. All the info on it is : it doesn't exist, at all, it's just a poorly crafted fiction.
This has been explained about ten dozen times, it's all there on the wikipedia page, OP, it's getting old and you have the resources to figure this shit out.
It's not denial. Do some fucking research before you just accept all this bullshit as fact.
>The origin of the Black Knight legend is often "retrospectively dated" back to natural extraterrestrial repeating sources heard during the 1899 radio experiments of Nikola Tesla
Ok so here we have an explanation for, and a starting date for the Black Knight myth.
Now lets see what else wikipedia says about it
>The Black Knight satellite is claimed by some conspiracy theorists to be an object approximately 13,000 years old
Huh, 13,000 years old? I wonder how they came up with that number when it was only "discovered" in the 1800s?
If you can't see that the whole thing is bullshit then you're a fucking idiot.
Find me one good source for the black knight satellite then.
And the fact remains, how can they determine an object supposedly discovered in the 1800s, which they have never had any contact with, is 13000 years old?
Its literally a sheet of fucking metal. Chill the fuck out, there's tons of shit up there because we pollute the fuck out of space with shitty satellites. On average, we lose 1 satellite every year due to the 300,000 pieces of space junk we left floating around our planet, all of which are monitored.
black knight is a failed low earth orbit ship made by the russians. some human was sent up but for a unknown reason never came back down.
it was before their more refined latter attempts . much like later the SR71 black bird america had made it can reach space without large rockets. it just goes really fast and if you keep a slight upward climb you reach space. the SR71 goes faster but BK went fast enough
its not alien in origin. its more of a tomb than anything
Ive had a thought for a while, if anyone remembers https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Disappearance_of_Frederick_Valentich
What if it was an alien craft using magnet technology to pull his aircraft with them but accidentally lost his craft or threw it into orbit for some weird purpose. The reason it might not look like his plane is because it's been hit with all kinds of space debris.
>implies things can only be as old as their date of discovery
Back in my day shills actually tried to be convincing, now they outsourced all those fine military-industrial-complex jobs out to the lizardmen. Fuck you scaly and your NWO slave masters.
More like SPACE DUNK YOU FUCKING FAGGOT
You're an idiot.
How can you claim an object that was discovered in 1800s is 13,000 years old?
Keep in mind that it has never been visited, interacted with, or any samples collected from it.
So people literally looked at it and said "yep, 13,000 years old!"
>he Black Knight satellite legend starts with Nicola Tesla. It's said that he picked up a repeating radio signal in 1899, that he believed was coming from space, and said so publicly at a conference. In the 1920s, amateur HAM radio operators were able to receive this same signal. Next, scientists in Oslo, Norway experimenting with short wave transmissions into space in 1928, began picking up Long Delay Echoes (LDEs), a not fully understood phenomenon in which they received echoes several seconds after transmission. The apparent explanation finally came in 1954 when newspapers (including the St. Louis Post Dispatch and the San Francisco Examiner) reported an announcement from the US Air Force that two satellites were found to be orbiting the Earth, at a time when no nation yet had the ability to launch them. It appeared that Black Knight had been detected by multiple lines of evidence, and was confirmed by the US Air Force.
>In 1973, Scottish researcher Duncan Lunan wanted to know for certain. He went back to the Norwegian scientists' LDE data and analyzed it. Lunan discovered that it was a star chart pointing the way to Epsilon Boötis, a double star in the constellation of Boötes. Whatever Black Knight was, it appeared to be transmitting an invitation from the people of Epsilon Boötis, an invitation that was 12,600 years old, according to Lunan's analysis.
That is where the dating comes from, make of it what you will.
>In 1954, newspapers ran stories citing a statement by UFO researcher Donald Keyhoe that the U.S. Air Force had reported that two satellites orbiting Earth had been detected. At this time no one had the technology to launch a satellite, however skeptics have noted that "Keyhoe had been promoting a UFO book at the time" and the news stories were likely written "tongue-in-cheek" and not intended to be taken seriously.
Anyone know if that double star was charted before Duncan sharing his alien message? Pic related
called the black night ,scientist know this thing or ufo has been around since man could first fly,emits radio signals ls in and out of orbit famous hacker was sentenced to life in jail trying to proof nasa was hiding things from the public ,he succeded thanks to him we have this picture here,but nasa took halve his work he had stolen leaving us with very few pictures,the black ight goes in an out of orbit at will can shape shift into aithing and is made of a metal unknown to mean except that it has small traces or silver ,
>yfw that post was actually the black knight satellite AI trying to into english
Bullshit. Those images are from NASA themselves and are available to the public on their websites.
Who is this famous hacker by the way? Care to give us a name?
>made of a metal unknown to man
Again, bullshit. According to the stories about this thing they have never made contact with it.