Many people may not realize it, but high above our heads, in the space orbiting our planet, far from where the eye can see, there is a giant landfill. There, all sorts of garbage clogs our orbit, including non-functional spaceships, abandoned vehicle stages, space mission debris, abandoned satellites, and a mix of millions upon millions of garbage we throw into space.
However, according to some strange stories, there is more than just trash up there, spinning around on our planet, far from where the eye can see, and one of the strangest is a supposedly out of order a̳l̳i̳e̳n̳ spaceship, complete with a̳l̳i̳e̳n̳ bodies. in orbit around the Earth.
In 1979, Soviet astrophysicist Sergei Boshich made the spectacular claim that he had found evidence of what he called an exploded a̳l̳i̳e̳n̳ ship that broke into many pieces and was hovering in orbit. According to his estimates of him, he had been able to track 10 pieces of debris from the spacecraft, many of which estimated to be around 30 meters long.
Boshich said he had calculated the trajectories of the wreck and came to the conclusion that it had spread after some sort of space explosion occurred on December 18, 1955, and even more bizarre was his claim that this mysterious e̳x̳t̳r̳a̳t̳e̳r̳r̳e̳s̳t̳r̳i̳a̳l̳ spaceship was abandoned and at the same time it was probably a tomb now, containing the bodies of the ship\’s occupants. This sounds like the talk of a conspiracy plot, but there were others who supported these findings, including a Soviet astrophysicist and science fiction writer Aleksandr Kazantsev, who said: “Its dimensions would suggest several planes, perhaps five. We believe foreign bodies will still be on board. Scientists quickly ruled out the possibility that it could be Earth\’s native space junk, as the alleged explosion preceded the first human object in space, which would have been launched by Sputnik 1 in 1957. They also denied it could have been a meteor, because the \’space object was kept in a constant orbit. ”
According to Boshich and his team of scientists, all the evidence indicates that an a̳l̳i̳e̳n̳ spaceship has exploded into space and a physicist from Moscow, Dr. Vladimir Azhazha said: “Meteors have no orbits, they are shot down aimlessly, throwing themselves erratically into space. And they don\’t spontaneously explode. All the evidence we\’ve gathered over the past decade points to one thing: an a̳l̳i̳e̳n̳ ship that exploded in space. A rescue mission must be launched. The ship, or what remains of it, must be reassembled here on Earth. The benefits for humanity can be stupendous. ”
Apparently, the discovery has also sparked interest from Americans and, according to reports from military witnesses, there has been some degree of cooperation between them to devise a plan to rescue the damaged spacecraft and possibly even embark it. One of the problems was that the Soviets were very reserved for the information they had, which led to skepticism on the part of British scientists. Here is what a British scientist reported: “There are more than 4000 pieces of debris orbiting the Earth. Each has a catalog number to identify it. We would like to know the catalog number of this wreck. It is possible to date the wreck after a considerable number of observations. Besides the Americans, we would be interested in analyzing it if the Russians made the information available. ”
Very interesting is what was pointed out in a 1969 article in the journal Icarus, in which astronomer John Bagby claimed to have found 10 moons orbiting the Earth, which he said had been released from a single source as of 18 December 1955, not surprisingly the same day mentioned by Boshich.
The story of what was called “The Boshich Wreckage” was printed in various news sources at the time and generated a good deal of speculation and conspiracy. One was that, although there was no official confirmation that a real rescue mission had started, the Americans and Soviets did so secretly. Another theory was that all of this was a smokescreen launched by the Soviets to provoke disinformation in the Cold War period, a total fabrication probably based heavily on Icarus\’ article. Of course, there is also the possibility that the whole story is a big scam. Although the discovery has been printed in a wide variety of publications, it all originated from an article in the British tabloid Reveille, which is in many ways like The National Enquirer, known to be a particularly untrustworthy source of news.
What\’s going on with all of this? Was it real in some sense? If so, how? Was it a conspiracy launched by the Russians to joke with the US about a real exploded U̳F̳O̳ floating in space? Ufologists say that something in space happened and whatever it is, it\’s definitely a curious story.