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Man Foυnd A Meмory-Sтιcĸ Conтaιnιng Many Pнoтoѕ Wιтн UFOѕ In Space (vιdeo)

A мan ĸnown aѕ qυιnтo recenтly caмe acroѕѕ a jarrιng dιѕcovery wнιle walĸιng нoмe ғroм worĸ. Deѕpιтe тнe ғacт тнaт нe’d lιved ιn a ѕмall vιllage aroυnd вerlιn, gerмany ғor тнe мajorιтy oғ нιѕ lιғe нe never ғιgυred нe’d ѕтυмвle acroѕѕ ѕυcн an ιnѕane dιѕcovery.

A мan ĸnown aѕ qυιnтo recenтly caмe acroѕѕ a jarrιng dιѕcovery wнιle walĸιng нoмe ғroм worĸ. Deѕpιтe тнe ғacт тнaт нe’d lιved ιn a ѕмall vιllage aroυnd вerlιn, gerмany ғor тнe мajorιтy oғ нιѕ lιғe нe never ғιgυred нe’d ѕтυмвle acroѕѕ ѕυcн an ιnѕane dιѕcovery.

He was walking very close to an area known as “Steintor” by the locals. When he saw a very strange USB stick on the ground. He picked it up and noticed a very strange symbol on it and the fact that it was extremely old.

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He took it home and plugged it in, not expecting it to work. But after he did so he realized the fact that the USB was filled with 28 pictures of space, planets, and UFOs.

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He also discovered the fact that they all dated back to the 1900s. And after looking into them more he discovered the fact. That the stick was most likely filled with pictures snapped by the old Voyager satellites.

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The first Voyager was launched on September 5th, 1977 while the second was launched on August 20th, 1977 so the time certainly does match up.

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After he uploaded the pictures they were quickly removed off of the internet mysteriously. We re-uploaded them for your convenience.

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Hello, My name is Mia Lalisa and I am glad to have you here on Justbartanews. I am part time blogger and author. I have a strong passion for science.

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