Since the discovery of the Black Knight Satellite more than 80 years ago, sources from the United States, Russia, and Europe have stated that the spacecraft is of “unknown origin,” and that it may be an old extraterrestrial satellite.
Since it was initially proposed by none other than Nikola Tesla himself in 1899, the Black Knight Satellite idea has become very popular among ufologists and conspiracy theorists.
According to him, the Black Knight Satellite circles our planet approximately every 15 to 20 years and, while doing so, it collects information on our society, thereby spying on us the entire time.
Despite the fact that he spoke about it on a frequent basis, Nikola Tesla was not able to get much notice for his work on the subject. Fortunately for this hypothesis, on May 14th, 1954, two newspapers, the St Louis Post Dispatch and the San Francisco Examiner, brought it to the notice of the public.
This notion gained even more popularity in the 1960s, when the United States and the Soviet Union both happened to come upon a shipwrecked spacecraft that none of them could claim as their own. Since that fateful day on February 11th, the globe has, to put it mildly, been staring up at the sky in a different way than it has previously.
Gordon Cooper, a well-known astronaut, also seen it personally while on a flight. NASA, on the other hand, denied his assertions, claiming that everything was simply a result of an excess of CO2 in his brain.
The most compelling piece of evidence, on the other hand, comes from NASA’s own STS-88 space shuttle flight. This is the location where we discovered all of the photographs you see on this page.
They were originally taken down, but we have since re-uploaded them many times in order to make our point more effectively.
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