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    Posted: 24-June-10 at 1:46pm
Shuttle Endeavour Mission STS-088 Images UFOs

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The Space Shuttle Endeavour Mission STS-088•during December 1998, imaged several unidentified flying objects in space. Five NASA astronauts and a Russian cosmonaut flew on the STS-88 mission. Sergei K. Krikalev, a mission specialist represented the Russian Space Agency (RSA). Astronaut Robert D. Cabana was mission commander; Frederick W. Sturckow, pilot; and James H. Newman, mission specialist. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iL8SldhdkHs&feature=related
The Space Shuttle Endeavour mission was the First International Space Station Flight. Endeavour was launched December 4, 1998, landing December 15, 1998, at 10:53 PM.
The mission duration was 11 days, 19 hours, 19 minutes. Orbit altitude was 173 nautical miles. A new spacewalk record was established as Ross completed his seventh walk, totaling 44 hours, nine minutes. At 2:54 p.m., on Dec. 10, Astronaut Cabana and Russian cosmonaut Sergei Krikalev floated into the new station together.
Tom M. writes, “I normally don’t write e-mails, but this is so important I wanted to inform of you something amazing. I was killing sometime today so I thought I’d watch some YouTube videos. I found this here http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iL8SldhdkHs&feature=related titled “UFOs in NASA imagery”.

It shows six official astronaut caught UFO images of a hardware vehicle of some kind. I’ve been following NASA since Sputnik, and this is NOT junk! It is hardware flying real close to the shuttle. It changes angles throughout the images. The last image, #70, even clearly shows it with three running lights on one side and a huge flash on the other end, (engines)?
I am including the links to NASA’s server that has all these images except for the highest of highest versions, of course. Every time you click on the link to the highest image it comes back with an error saying; “The image cannot be displayed because it has errors”, yeah right! Here are the server links: ftp://eol.jsc.nasa.gov/  Look for these images: ISD_highres_STS088_STS088-724-65.JPG through _highres_STS088_STS088-724-70_3.JPG
With doing a lot of searching, I found and provide you with the links here to a different site that someone fortuitously uploaded. It is NOT official NASA, but these are the original highest resolution images: They are super hi-res images! Here is the link to these:  http://unhypnotize.com/ufos-ets/2528-nasa-sts-88-ufo-transforming-black.html  Note: Do NOT open the files with Firefox, I did and saw nothing. Explorer 8 works fine though. Also the web site lets you to save it as a file for archiving!
“I looked up STS 88 on NASA’s site. The only thing I found that “could” be this was some very small floating tools and parts debris.” Read here:  http://www.nasa.gov/mission_pages/shuttle/shuttlemissions/archives/sts-88.htmtl
“ Besides what small parts floating away from the orbiter have “running lights? (See STS088-724-70_3.JPG). Of all of my 58 years, I have never seen more convincing images than this. We either have some very advanced hardware flying with the Shuttle or it is “someone” else’s. Keep up the great work! Thanks to Tom M. Tacoma, WA.
 PS You have one of the pictures on top of Filer's Files #24 - 2010 .and another is above.

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