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  • Saturn UFOs

    This is a 1996 series of infrared photos taken of Saturn’s Rings. These were taken with the Hubble telescope. Scientists stated that from these photos in sequence they have discovered new moons of Saturn. What wasn’t explained was the object’s that were marked A, B and C orbiting Saturn’s outer ring. These huge cigar shaped object’s are clearly shown following a definite path in an orbit along the edge of the ring. Could these be gigantic space craft or mother ships? One could speculate that these may be extraterrestrial mining ship’s, harvesting some type of mineral from Saturn’s outer ring. Who knows? I think we can rule out a glitch in the photography since they show up in six of the ten photos, and clearly show they are moving. John Lear stated that he believes there to be a spacecraft orbiting in or near Saturns rings that measures 31,000 miles long and 2,400 miles wide!

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    Now take a look at this photograph that was taken by the Russian Phobos Probe in 1980 shortly before it was destroyed. The Russian space agency issued a press release saying that they had photographed a 15 mile long cylindrical metallic object, which they thought could be a UFO.

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  • The X-Files season 11 is a sure thing and here are the first details

    We may have to wait until next year to get our latest installment of cult classic The X-Files, but the first details of its 11th season are already starting to emerge.

    Following confirmation that Mulder and Scully will be back next year for another run, writer and producer Glen Morgan has teased what fans can expect from the new season.

    And, as it turns out, it’ll be much of the same mystery and intrigue – which is just how we like it.

    Mulder and Scully in The X-Files revival key art
    Chatting to Den of Geek, Morgan also confirmed that he’ll be writing two episodes for the upcoming season, after the success of season 10’s ‘Home Again’.

    Revealing that his brother Darin will also write again for the series, Glen said: “I’m going to do two, and I know what one is.”

    On his return to the sci-fi drama, he added: “It’s the same as it’s been for 20 years. Everyone gets along, it’s like a family.”

    Fox recently confirmed that The X-Files will return to screens next year with a 10-episode run, compared to last season’s six.

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  • X-Files Season 11 Set For Midseason

    The truth is out there for at least 10 more episodes. The X-Files Season 11 will arrive in 2018, Fox confirmed. The fact that they’re offering fans a larger episode count than we got with Season 10, which only had six episodes, is a good sign. Here’s what we know so far:

    X-Files Season 11 Release Date:

    Ahead of Fox’s upfront presentation in New York, the network announced The X-Files season 11 will air midseason. The revival aired in the coveted post-NFC championship game slot in 2016 to big ratings. We’ll see if Fox chooses to go that route again.

    X-Files Season 11 Writers

    Aside from Chris Carter, it’s still too early to know who will be returning to The X-Files to write for the new season. We do know the season will shoot in the late summer, which frees up Glen Morgan, who is currently working on an adaptation of the popular Lore podcast for Amazon. Morgan wrote and directed “Home Again” in season 10.

    As faith would have it, Den of Geek had the opportunity to speak with former X-Files executive producer and Breaking Bad creator Vince Gilligan the day after Fox confirmed an eleventh season of The X-Files. Despite his busy schedule, Gilligan said he would “love” to write for the X-Files again if he had the time. He confirmed that no one from the X-Files had contacted him about returning, though.

    X-Files Season 11 Episodes

    The X-Files Season 11 will air 10 episodes in 2018.

    “Iconic characters, rich storytelling, bold creators — these are the hallmarks of great TV shows. And they are some of the reasons why The X-Files has had such a profound impact on millions of fans worldwide,” David Madden, president, Fox Broadcasting Company, said in a statement. “Chris’ creativity, along with the brilliant work of David and Gillian, continue to propel this pop culture phenomenon, and we can’t wait to see what fresh mysteries Mulder and Scully uncover in this next chapter of The X-Files.”

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