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White Sands Tracking

                                           

 The Official Declaration:  The Lincoln Laboratory of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology Near-Earth Asteroid Research Observatory located just inside the Stallion Range Gate of White Sands Missile Range.  This facility looks for asteroids that may hit the Earth someday.  Famous astronomer Dr. Clyde Tombaugh (the discoverer of Pluto, director of this facility and once an observer of a UFO) admitted the existence of the tracking station with its special telescopic equipment in a 1954 article for Astronomical Society of the Pacific; he said the purpose was to look for natural phenomena in space.  The project  operated under the auspices of Army Ordnance Research.    The UFO Researcher's Assertion:   According to Maj. Donald Keyhoe in Aliens from Space, and Timothy Good in Above Top Secret,  this observatory was first established to track giant UFOs discovered orbiting the Earth from altitudes of 100 to 600 miles.  During 1953, while using new and powerful long-range radar, the Air Force was astonished to track huge UFOs orbiting the Earth.  One was reported to be orbiting at 18,000 mph.  The Defense Department quickly set up this satellite detection station in order to keep track of the unknown objects.  Keyhoe (who wrote several well-documented UFO books) had a number of military and scientific contacts involved in sensitive operations; he was also in charge of NICAP (National Investigations Committee on Aerial Phenomena). Good's source for information on the observatory was free-lance writer Warren Smith, who claims he got it from a CIA informant   (Photo taken from off base.)