Authorities mum on abrupt closure of N.M. observatory

Christopher Davidson
September 16, 2018

"The FBI is refusing to tell us what's going on".

However, the observatory does seem to recognize the interest its closure has sparked and hopes it will continue after it is reopened. At 2 p.m. EDT (1800 GMT) today (Sept. 14), AURA Corporate Communications Coordinator Shari Lifson sent out an email update, which stated that AURA "has decided that the observatory will remain closed until further notice due to an ongoing security concern".

Drone footage of the area was captured on Wednesday this week by a local resident, who said he found "nobody in the area". He did not provided any documents or evidence, because it encourages trust in the intelligence agencies as the source, and not to panic ahead of time, because no threat of aliens Nibiru no.Many netizens are already discussing this information and some of them suggest that the employees of the Observatory deny everything, because the cases involved the FBI, and investigations in this case are not risky, as they in fact did not, after all, found the aliens recently.

There are no visible signs of Federal Bureau of Investigation presence, however users online speculate that they are working inside the observatory.

"They wouldn't give us any details", Otero County Sheriff Benny House told The Washington Post.

While local law enforcement was requested at the scene in the town of Sunspot, they said they were left in the dark. What their goal was nobody will say. "There was a Blackhawk helicopter, a bunch of people around antennas and work crews on towers but nobody would tell us anything".

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The Association of Universities for Research in Astronomy (AURA), which manages the Sunspot observatory with funding from the U.S. National Science Foundation, hasn't said much, either.

It's been more than a week, and a National Solar Observatory (NSO) facility in New Mexico is still closed for an undisclosed "security issue".

These US Army facilities are among the most secretive military installations in America.

The vagueness has fueled speculation on social media. Macehiter, argues that in the telescope, scientists saw no aliens and all research data will be published, unedited.

James McAteer, director of the observatory, said: "The telescope did not see aliens". "All data will be made public in its unaltered form".

Mr McAteer added that the government officials "locked all the doors" as they were leaving but he doesn't know why. In an interview with local news, Sgt. Jon Emery of the Otero County Sheriff's Office confirmed that the FBI was investigating the security issue, but that they had "not contacted us".

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