(14) First image was clicked in 1960
Tracking camera at the Grumman Aircraft Corporation’s Long Island factory was the first to click an image of this satellite in 3rd September 1960.
(15) Discoverer of Pluto was assigned to search Black knight
Clyde Tombaugh, the discoverer of Pluto was assigned by Defense Department to gain information about Black knight satellite.
(16) Astronomers reported strange signal in 1930’s
Renowned astronomers from different parts of the world received strange signal from Black knight in 1930’s.
(17) Aviation Week and Space Technology published story on 1954
Aviation Week and Space Technology magazine published story about this alien satellite in the year 1954.
(18) Committee formed by Grumman Aircraft Corporation
A committee was formed by Grumman Aircraft Corporation to analyze data that has been received from various observations.
(19) Giant Corporation “PEPSI” released 10 minutes short film
On 18th November 2015 “PEPSI”, a giant corporation released 10 minutes video of Black knight satellite on the internet.
(20) Gordon Cooper reported about Black knight
Gordon Cooper which was launched in the space in 1963 reported that a glowing object was approaching towards the spacecraft.
(21) Ham Radio operator interpreted it as a star chart
Ham Radio operator interpreted it as a star chart after decoding signals that have been received from UFO Satellite.
(22) Believed to be a misplaced American science project
Many people believed Black knight satellite to be a misplaced American science project.
(23) Pink Beam originated from Black knight satellite
Many people have a belief that the “Pink Beam” originated from the Black knight satellite.
(24) Second attempt to contact Earth in 1927
According to resources, it has been found that Black knight’s second attempt to contact Earth was on 1927.
(25) Black knight satellite is a space debris
Few sections of people believe that Black knight is just space debris rather than an alien satellite.