Update on “Tic Tac” UFO of Nimitz

    It all started on November 10, 2004, when Navy pilots were commanded to investigate objects on radar in groups of five to ten off of San Clemente Island, west of the San Diego coast that "appeared suddenly at 80,000 feet, and then hurtled toward the sea, eventually stopping at 20,000 feet and hovering.... Continue Reading →

Recap of what you’ve been missing on Patreon

Have you followed us on Patreon? You might think with all the work we do posting interviews, science news, and now book reviews, that this website is our main hub for all things Hawk and Young. But that isn't quite true. If you want to catch our newest and hottest written works, you have to... Continue Reading →

Tesla and Starman

So it's been a year since Starman the mannequin was launched into space in his cherry red Tesla Roadster with Hot Wheels model Tesla on the dash. The car is 226 million miles from Earth now. There is a really cool website run by Programmer Ben Pearson that counts Starman's distance as he travels at... Continue Reading →

Learning from Failure

We are all taught that failure is bad as we learn in school. You were grounded for getting Fs and rewarded for getting As. We love to report space victories, but the truth is, we learn from our failures. On October 11, a seemingly routine Roscosmos launch to the International Space Station went a bit... Continue Reading →


Hawk and Young  eagerly watched the launch of TESS on a Falcon 9 rocket on Wednesday, April 18, 2018. TESS stands for Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite. "She" is looking for dimming stars that would signal the presence of exoplanets eclipsing them. By orbiting between the Earth and the Moon, unaffected by orbital debris and space... Continue Reading →

Alien Megastructure Star Dims Again

Kepler, which is running out of fuel, has identified over 2,000 exoplanets (2,342 + 307 by K2) in the Milky Way by studying the twinkling of stars. This particular star doesn't follow the rules... KIC 8462852, or Tabby’s Star, or the “Alien Megastructure Star” has been exhibiting rapid fluctuations in brightness. Tabby’s Star first gained... Continue Reading →

UFO Sighting by Airline Pilots

Two separate pilots of a Learjet operated by Phoenix Air and an American Airlines flight saw the object flying in the opposite direction of their planes on Feb. 24. Using this link, you can hear the audio. The pilot of a Learjet 36 belonging to Phoenix Air, with the tail number N71PG, reported the initial... Continue Reading →

NaNo Update

Just wanted to pop in to say Elsha Hawk was a winner this year! Now we can get you readers back to your regularly scheduled movie and book reviews, writing updates, and contest entries.

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