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10 songs that show Tom DeLonge had aliens in mind for a long time
10 songs that show Tom DeLonge had aliens in mind for a long time
Tom DeLonge, the face and leading voice of To The Stars Academy of Arts & Science, the Angels & Airwaves frontman and a former blink-182 cornerstone, has the ability to write lyrics that feel both personal and universal. Featuring mysterious space imagery, these lyrics from different points in his creative career invite listeners to explore both outer space and our individual worlds. So..
Here’s what the Pentagon is saying about those Tom DeLonge UFO videos
Here’s what the Pentagon is saying about those Tom DeLonge UFO videos
Back in October 2019, Tom DeLonge's UFO research group To the Stars Academy of Arts and Sciences announced a new partnership with the U.S. Army to collaborate on future UFO research. Today, the Pentagon is weighing in on a series of videos that were released in 2017 and 2018 by DeLonge's research group that appear to show "unidentified aerial phenomena." R...
Space hotel set to open in 2025 with concerts, fake gravity, more
Space hotel set to open in 2025 with concerts, fake gravity, more
Are you looking to get away and take a break from this crazy world? While some may opt to take a camping trip or travel out of state for a quick vacation, you may soon have the option to—quite literally—get away from the world. The Gateway Foundation has announced its ambitious plan to launch the first space hotel, set to open in 2025. Check o...
Tom DeLonge UFO videos confirmed as “unidentified” phenomena by Navy
Tom DeLonge UFO videos confirmed as “unidentified” phenomena by Navy
While we know and love Tom DeLonge for gracing us with his musical gift in blink-182 and Angels & Airwaves, we know he has another passion — space.  He’s done a lot of work with his organization To the Stars Academy of Arts and Sciences, including previously releasing three videos that potentially show UFOs.  Read more: The Al... Read More ...
Friday the 13th will be extra creepy thanks to rare full moon coincidence
Friday the 13th will be extra creepy thanks to rare full moon coincidence
Today is Friday the 13th, which is always a big day for us to celebrate due to our love of all things creepy.  This year is particularly special, though, thanks to the moon deciding to be extra festive tonight.  Read more: Ghost drop second ‘60s-inspired track “Mary On A Cross” from vinyl EP Tonight, the moon that occurs close to the autumnal equinox (the official start of fall) will illuminate th
Rolling Stones get Mars rock named after them, Robert Downey Jr. reveals
Rolling Stones get Mars rock named after them, Robert Downey Jr. reveals
The legacy of The Rolling Stones is transcending Earth as the band now have a rock on Mars named after them.  The honor comes from NASA, or more specifically, the team responsible for NASA’s InSight lander.  Read more: Corey Taylor reveals plans for first solo album, tour in 2021 They named the small rock “Rolling Stones Rock”. The small rock, which is a...
Full moon tonight won’t actually be pink like name suggests, here’s why
Full moon tonight won’t actually be pink like name suggests, here’s why
Here at Altpress, we love all things spooky, so Friday’s full moon is definitely something we’re interested in. The moon will not only be full, but also pink, so it’ll definitely give us pastel goth vibes. Read more: Patrick Stump discovered he could sing by accident The moon is officially going to be full at 7:12 a.m. EST on Friday,...
The moon is going to look creepy tonight, here’s how to see it
The moon is going to look creepy tonight, here’s how to see it
Hey space heads, make sure to take a look outside tonight to see a “super blood wolf moon.” The last total lunar eclipse of the decade is occurring Sunday, and it’ll be pretty awesome. Read more: Cardi B and Tomi Lahren had a full-blown Twitter fight about the government shutdown The moon will appear 13 percent larger, 16 percent brighter and much more red than usual. Because it occur... Read Mor
Green Day put a message on Mars with NASA’s help
Green Day put a message on Mars with NASA’s help
There's an old relationship book called Men Are From Mars, Women Are From Venus. But maybe the men of Green Day really are from Mars. Because the veteran pop-punk band's name just landed on the red planet via NASA's InSight Lander. Read more: This metal band's honest breakup statement is going viral That's right, a custom inscription from the band was etched onto a chip tucked away inside the Mar
Alien probe may have passed near Earth last year, scientists say
Alien probe may have passed near Earth last year, scientists say
Last year, a mysterious interstellar object known as Oumuamua passed through outer space. Now, two scientists at Harvard are hypothesizing that the celestial body may have been an alien probe as opposed to just a simple asteroid. Read more: Billie Joe Armstrong reacts to Vince Staples' Green Day-ish album art The object shot past our Sun last October, being observed as something literally from out
Skull-shaped asteroid “Death Comet” to pass Earth following Halloween
Skull-shaped asteroid “Death Comet” to pass Earth following Halloween
Just when we thought space couldn’t get any cooler, this skull-shaped asteroid, commonly referred to as "Death Comet," is coming to cross Earth’s sky this November. Read more: Bring Me The Horizon announce support for first half of upcoming tour Three years ago on Oct. 10, 2015, earth...
NASA’s social goes dark with government shutdown, internet freaks out
NASA’s social goes dark with government shutdown, internet freaks out
Tom DeLonge best be ready: With NASA's Twitter being down during the government shutdown, does that mean aliens are going to show up? Well, that's what Twitter is thinking—and their response is hilarious. Read more: Ex-head of secret Pentagon UFO program now works with Tom Delonge NASA's accounts shared an official message, reading: "Sorry, but we won't be tweeting/responding to replies duri
Listen to incredible audio of “singing” Comet 67P
Listen to incredible audio of “singing” Comet 67P
The European Space Agency launched the satellite Rosetta back in 2004, and it recently reached one of its targets, a space rock named Comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko. Upon reaching the comet, the Rosetta orbiter sent back something surprising to scientists—a “song” created in “the form of oscillations in the magnetic field in the comet's environment." Listen to Rosetta’s “sing ...

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