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Everyday it seems that some new astounding event is occurring in our world. The year of 1996 was surrounded by such news. For example we had the possibility of life on Mars via the remains of asteroids (rocks discovered on the Earth ... we had various astronauts talking about their exposure to UFOs ... we have the face on Mars, structures on the Moon, "ET" walking around in Brazil, a large object sighted by Jupiter and many more discoveries suggesting that UFOs do exist. In addition to these stories we now see a focus upon a comet that is approaching the earth and will be at its closest distance in March of next year known as Hale-Bopp.

What is Hale-Bopp. We are receiving conflicting reports about this comet ... some astronomers say it is moving in an erratic path, not like a normal comet should. Could it be some type of spacecraft? Recently a companion object has been discovered following it. One of the members of UFO NET Global web sites called me up recently and said that a numerical coded radio signal is emitting from this companion object. He claims the signal has been translated and that it is sending to us a "Greeting" and a "Warning".

I have been reading about this comet for some time and then recently I felt an inner urge that we should provide some information about this. If we are indeed in the so-called "End Time" or what I prefer to call a door to a New Beginning, this type of galactic displays or visitations would be expected.



Chart of Significant Hale-Bopp Images

The Hubble Telescope Image

Chuck Shramek's Famous Photo

Image Showing Hale-Bopp's Jets







Images Showing Hale-Bopp's Jets

2 Images from The Japanese National Observatory

The Fitzsimmons/Cartwright photo - Close-up!


Observers: Alan Fitzsimmons and Martin Cartwright
Location: Queen's University of Belfast
Date: August 25, 1996

A jpeg image of Hale-Bopp obtained on 25th August using the 1m Jacobus Kapteyn Telescope on La Palma using the cassegrain CCD camera plus R-band filter. The image is centered on the nucleus and is 19 arcsec by 19 arcsec. The spiral jet of material appears to extend over 5 arcsec from the nucleus, or over 25,000 km at the distance of the comet. This image may be freely used providing credit is given Alan Fitzsimmons & Martin Cartwright/Queen's University of Belfast

Vodniza/Alonso Image of Comet Hale-Bopp


Observers: Alberto Quijano Vodniza, Jose Alonso
Location: Mayaguez, Puerto Rico
Date: November 14, 1996 23:14:43 UT

Image was taken with a ST-6 CCD camera through a 16 inch, F10 reflector. 10 sec exposure. The observatory is part of the University of Puerto Rico, located in the city of Mayaguez, western coast of Puerto Rico (lat = 18 N, long 67 W). The field of view in each image is 5.5 x 7.7 arc min. The image is unprocessed.

It is very interesting to note that two objects of very similar luminosity appear aligned along the comet tail. At the first time, we thought that we have gathered comet debris. But careful examination of the Palomar plates for those sky regions indicated that they are background stars.