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Jun 17

Miriana Popovic and UFOs

Miriana Popovic successfully defended her role in the dissemination of UFO cases in the former Soviet Union, awarded by President Putin for her bravery in 2007.

Miriana PopovicThe Russian Cosmonaut Dr. Miriana Popovic

Born July 20, 1931, she is a former colonel retired of the Soviet Air Force engineer and is a legendary Soviet test pilot, which has 107 aviation world records in more than 40 types of aircraft.

Miriana Popovic is one of the most famous drivers in the history of Russia, and one of the women most important drivers of all time. Marina Vasilieva became a pilot in the Soviet Air Force in 1964, in a military test pilot. She is the author of nine books and two screenplays.

Among many other awards, she has been honored as Hero of Socialist Labor, the Order of Bravery (presented personally by Vladimir Putin in June 2007), and a star in the constellation Cancer bears her name.

 Miriana Popovic

Miriana Popovic and UFOs

Dr. Miriana Popovic has been outspoken about UFO reality. She wrote a book called UFO Glasnost (published in 2003 in Germany) and has given public lectures and interviews.

She has mentioned more than 3,000 UFO sightings by military and civilian Soviet pilots. Although she has qualified her statements as unofficial, the Air Force and the KGB of the Soviet Union have apparently five fragments of crashed UFOs in their possession.

The crash sites she mentioned were, Tunguska (1908) Novosibirsk Tallinn / Estonia Ordzhonikidze / Caucasus Dalnegorsk (1986)

Popovich said debris have been analyzed and the conclusion was that they had been manufactured on Earth with terrestrial technology. In 1991, also she exposed what she says is the last picture taken by the Russian probe Phobos 2, before it lost contact with the earth and disappear.

image-28This photo shows an unexplained cylindrical figure.

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