Where is Black Knight satellite now?

Where is Black Knight satellite now? by Tony Garcia

Answer by Tony Garcia:

I have already answered a question about the supposed Black Knight satellite, What exactly is the Black Knight Satellite? I will post my answer below, as I feel it suffices here.

“According to the U.K. tabloid the Express, a YouTube user named NUA appears to have successfully debunked the 1998 NASA photographs of the so-called “Black Knight” satellite.

While many ufologists have claimed that the Black Knight is one of the most convincing pieces of evidence for the existence of intelligent extraterrestrial life for the past 17 years, with some even claiming that it has orbited the Earth for at least 13,000 years, NUA claims to have conclusively proven that the “Black Knight,” as photographed in 1998 NASA images, was nothing more than a satellite thermal blanket lost by the crew of the Endeavor space shuttle as they worked on developing the International Space Station (ISS).

In NUA’s video, the YouTube user uses NASA footage of the Endeavor mission which shows a thermal blanket on the ISS. The same blanket is then seen being dropped by the crew as it tumbles away into space. NUA highlights the blanket as being exactly the same shape as the “Black Knight” satellite in the 1998 pictures seized on by conspiracists and explains that the object only appeared to change shape because it was turning as it fell away.

After releasing the pictures in 1998, NASA had said that the object was indeed a thermal blanket. But this did not, and has not, stopped a wave of speculation that a cover-up was underway.”

Where is Black Knight satellite now?

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