When the US-based SkyHub organisation regrettably closed down in August 2021, enthusiastic former community members wanted to keep the project and the valuable exchange within the community alive. Therefore, in October 2021, we, a group of European astronomers, software developers and hardware engineers, founded Sky360 as a non-profit NGO association, registered in Austria.
We want to provide a community platform, tools and support to all people interested in observing the skies for stars, meteors, satellites, planes, drones, weather phenomena, birds, UAPs or anything else that happens in our atmosphere and low Earth orbit. We already support the Discord channel the UAP Tracking Forum for the community of UAP trackers with over 900 members and more communities to come in the future. Together with and for the community we develop hardware and software for a 24/7 citizen sky observatory that can detect, track, identify and analyze any aerial phenomena and yet is still affordable for citizens.
Particles of a Grey Sky is a comic about space aliens by J. Morgenstern (aka godlessmachine).
The world came to an end but kept going anyway. In the distant future, on a ruined, cold earth, humanity is controlled by a global government. Beyond that, there are the Greys, a race of mysterious aliens who are mostly known for the experiments they do on the humans, though no one really knows anything else about them. However, the planet is populated by the alien-human hybrids they’ve created.
One day a female Grey-human hybrid named Cilla finds a boy who was lost and on the verge of death in the desert. They become close friends, and soon they’re pulled into an adventure that becomes a quest to find the truth about everything: their world, the Greys and themselves.
This is a sci-fi coming-of-age adventure with a bit of action mixed in here and there. (Don’t read this for the action, though. That will only lead to disappointment.)
I’m making this comic primarily to learn how to make comics and all that entails. It currently updates bimonthly, though hopefully I’ll be able to update more often in the future.
Trying Human is a full color graphic novel that follows New York City secretary, Rose, as she learns she's being abducted by a group of aliens, the Greys, a race without emotions or sentiment. She catches the interest of Hue, an empathetic Grey, and his funny friend, Quazky, a Reptoid alien from a neighboring mothership. Using a device, the trying human circuit, the two friends infiltrate Rose's life and the human world.
A second storyline that begins every chapter, encompasses the lives of Phillis, Walter, and Dr. Glasner, all of whom are stationed at the Nellis Testing Range in 1947. Followed by a menagerie of aliens, the mysterious MAJESTIC12, and one defunct German scientist, the two women try to figure it all out with over half a century between them.
RSS feed: https://www.tryinghuman.com/comic/rss
If you’re here, you must be seriously lost. I’m sorry for your misfortune.
That said, if you’d like to hang around a while and see what’s here, then feel free. But be warned, I’m pretty damn good at wasting other people’s time. Also be advised that without the burden of an editor I take far too many words to describe anything since electrons are free. Hmmm…I guess this paragraph is an example in and of itself. Verbosity rules!
The Internet Archive has the complete run of the comic book UFO available for download.
The C'thulhu Mythos in the modern day (kinda). UFOs, the paranormal, and a horse doctor's dose of government black ops.
A daily weblog of the weird, mysterious, occult, and strange, with links all over the place.