In an interview on the Science Channel in 2005, astronaut Buzz Aldrin said the crew of the famous Apollo 11 mission saw a UFO on its way to the Moon. Later, Aldrin would say that his words were taken out of context, even though his story was supported by Dr. David Baker, principal scientist of Apollo 11. However, over the years Aldrin has also made other strange statements which seem to indicate that he knows more about the extraterrestrial presence in space than he would like to share.
Even in 2014, the famous retired NASA astronaut clarified what he saw during a series of questions on Reddit. Apparently he observed a mysterious light through the window that seemed to move next to his ship. Although there were many theories about it, none of the crew of Apollo 11 could find a logical and rational explanation for the strange phenomenon.
But now, new information reveals that Aldrin has passed the lie detector test on his encounter with a UFO during the Apollo 11 mission in 1969. The investigation has also analyzed the interviews of astronauts Al Worden, Edgar Mitchell and Gordon Cooper. The experts confirmed that their results show that they were “completely convinced” that they had an encounter with extraterrestrial life.
A new lie detector
According to the British newspaper Daily Mail Online, Apollo 11 astronaut Buzz Aldrin has passed the lie detector test after recalling his apparent encounter with a UFO during the historic mission to the moon in 1969. Aldrin, 88 , has been part of the research that also analyzed interviews of astronauts Al Worden, Edgar Mitchell and Gordon Cooper.
The recorded interviews of the astronauts have been analyzed using the latest technology at the Institute of Bioacoustics Biology (The Institute of BioAcoustic Biology, in English), in Albany, Ohio. Experts say their results show that they were “completely convinced” that their claims about their encounters with extraterrestrial life were real.
Aldrin has always maintained that he saw an L-shaped UFO in the mission to the Moon, which was also seen by his partner Michael Collins a few days after the astronauts ruled out that it was the third stage of the rocket that launched its spacecraft to the moon . As he recalled shortly after, the astronauts were not sure if the object was simply the third stage, but when NASA determined that the rocket was more than 9,000 kilometers from the spacecraft at the time of the sighting, it was concluded that the object in the form of L was something very different, not identified.
“There was something that was close enough to be observed, something like an L-shape,”recalled Aldrin, who is the second human to step on the Moon.
The Institute of Bioacoustics Biology performed an analysis of the voice patterns of the astronauts while they talked about their encounters. Sharry Edwards, named Scientist of the Year for her work at the Institute of Bioacoustics Biology, said her tests revealed that Aldrin is sure he saw the UFO, although his logical mind “can not explain it.”
The voice recordings of NASA astronauts Edgar Mitchell (mission Apollo 14), Gordon Cooper (mission Mercury Atlas 9 and Gemini 5) and Al Worden (mission Apollo 15) have also been analyzed .
Last year, Al Worden, 86, told the British television program Good Morning Britain that he saw aliens during his mission . In a 2009 interview, Mitchell, who passed away on February 4, 2016, claimed to have seen multiple UFOs. For his part, Cooper, who died on October 4, 2004, described how he pursued a group of mysterious objects. And the evidence revealed that both Cooper and Mitchell believed they were telling the truth.
The details of this new technology used by the Institute of Bioacoustics Biology have not been revealed, but experts say that these tests are much more reliable than the current lie detector.
Does this show that astronauts know much more than they can explain?
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