N - NASA's Unexplained Files - Season 1 Episode 4 - Interstellar Gold Rush

Summary: Apollo 12 Follower: Shortly after Apollo 12's launch the ship is struck by lightning, twice. After the ship computers recover from the lightning strike the mission continues and strange objects are seen following the moon landing. Alien Crash Site: The Dawn space probe in 2011 studies Vesta, a 4.5 million year old asteroid in the Asteroid Belt. Pictures seem to show the crash site of a triangular shaped object. Could it be a failed attempt at mining asteroids for precious metals by a race from beyond the solar system. The Gemini X Incident: A mission meant to learn how to dock with booster rockets in space turns strange when the astronauts spot flashing objects that suddenly disappear. Alien Cloud: A planet 63 light years away is photographed by the Hubble Telescope. Studies of these photos show the presence of methane that may indicate life. Skylab's Gremlins: NASA's Skylab is plagued by accidents, almost from the start of the mission. While trying to figure out why the mission has so many problems scientists see a photo of a mysterious object that leave and then returns. Mars Blueberries: The Opportunity rover lands on Mars and the first thing it photographs is little round rocks that are less red than everything else seen on the planet. Hubble Encounter: On the mission to repair the Hubble Space Telescope, the crew sees multiple objects buzz the mission as if watching their progress. Moon Glow: Surveyor 7 lands on the Moon prior to the first manned mission and photographs an unexpected glow. When an Apollo 17 astronaut reports a glow on the horizon, NASA finally attempts to understand the phenomenon.

Aired: 18 Mar 2014

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