The US closed the solar observatory indefinitely: is it related to aliens?

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 The US closed the solar observatory indefinitely: is it related to aliens?


Since the observatory was only two hours away from Roswell, who reportedly discovered UFOs and aliens in 1947, some netizens speculated whether the incident was related to aliens.

Data map: Recently, NASA announced the installation of Parkes thermal protection system for the first human solar probe. NASA is preparing to launch the first human probe, the Parker Solar Probe, into the sun on August 4, the main objective of a grand project known as touching the sun to study solar wind. The picture is an imaginary drawing of Parkes flying toward the sun.

Other speculations in the media and on social networking sites include solar upheavals, hacker attacks, and unknown aircraft crashes.

The National Solar Observatory in New Mexico has been shut down for more than a week because of security concerns, the Sun Observatorys operating agency, the University Astronomical Research Association (AURA), confirmed in a statement.

The National Solar Observatory was established in 1947 on Mount Sacramento in southern New Mexico, near Holloman Air Force Base and the White Sands Missile Range, the same year that Roswell was rumored to have discovered aliens.

DATA FIGURE: At 0:22 a.m. on March 12, 2015, the Solar Dynamics Observatory (SDO) captured a huge X 2.2 solar flare from a sunspot (AR12297) active region, the first X-level solar flare captured by the Solar Dynamics Observatory in 2015. Photo source: NASA official website

It is said that when the observatory was closed, all the staff hurriedly locked up the office and left, and netizens described the incident as extremely unusual, as mysterious as the 1990s sci-fi drama X-Files. Asked why the observatory was closed, the FBI said it should consult the University Astronomical Research Association, which said it was working with the authorities. The researchers at the management Observatory revealed in an e-mail that the association will decide when to reopen the observatory. The source said, The University Astronomical Research Association is addressing the safety of the National Solar Observatorys facilities on Sacramento Peak in New Mexico, and has decided to temporarily close the facility as a protection measure before further notice. Other facilities at the Observatory are working normally. The University Astronomical Research Association, funded by the National Science Foundation, manages the facilities on Mount Sacramento and is currently working with relevant government departments to address the problems that arise. Source: China News Net editor: Xun Jianguo _NN7379

It is said that when the observatory was closed, all the staff hurriedly locked up the office and left, and netizens described the incident as extremely unusual, as mysterious as the 1990s sci-fi drama X-Files.

Asked why the observatory was closed, the FBI said it should consult the University Astronomical Research Association, which said it was working with the authorities. The researchers at the management Observatory revealed in an e-mail that the association will decide when to reopen the observatory.

The source said, The University Astronomical Research Association is addressing the safety of the National Solar Observatorys facilities on Sacramento Peak in New Mexico, and has decided to temporarily close the facility as a protection measure before further notice. Other facilities at the Observatory are working normally. The University Astronomical Research Association, funded by the National Science Foundation, manages the facilities on Mount Sacramento and is currently working with relevant government departments to address the problems that arise.