Saturday, February 26, 2005

Space Shuttle Struck By Megalightning? 

Did a super-bolt of lightning--called "megalightning"--strike Columbia, causing the breakup of the craft?
Shocking evidence that this is so includes the once-censored photograph above, taken by amateur astronomer Peter Goldie. It shows a purplish corkscrew trail of "something" merging with the ionized plasma trail of Columbia early in its descent, while Columbia was still 63 kilometers above the earth. One might have expected this photograph to catch the attention of media around the world. But NASA officials seized both the camera and the photograph itself, prohibiting the San Francisco Chronicle from publishing it after the newspaper had received the picture.

Check out the photo and make up your own mind!

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