Aliens, UFO spaceships on Saturn's rings? For the first time, NASA claims so

| Aug 24, 2016 03:49 AM EDT

In this handout from NASA, the planet Saturn is seen backlit by the sun, sent Cassini spacecraft July 19, 2013 in space. NASA unvieled the image, that spans 404,880 miles (651,591 kilometers) across, November 12, 2013.

NASA has been working on a number of missions in the past few years and finding life on other planets is one of them. Now it seems like the American space agency has finally made a breakthrough with a NASA scientist claiming that Saturn already has an intelligent alien form living on its rings.

NASA scientists Normal Bergrun has claimed that Saturn's ring has been already a breeding ground for a number of unidentified flying objects (UFO)s, Nature World News reports. In fact, Bergrun believes that "living alien UFO spaceships" are already multiplying the planet's rings and that they have reached "critical levels."

Bergrun was once a part of NASA's Ames Research Center. The renowned NASA engineer has been interviewed a number of times in the past about the status of the solar system and the traces of life discovered so far and the scientist who has worked on many top-secret level projects has definite claims to make about Saturn.

The scientists became famous for his "pet theory," which states that aliens and UFOs already exist in the solar system, however, the astronomers and scientists are yet to identify them. Out of the three ringed planets in the solar system - Jupiter, Saturn and Uranus - Bergrun claimed to have discovered evidence of life on Saturn's rings.

The initial findings were published in "Ringmakers of Saturn" back in 1986. In the book, Bergrun was the first one to theorize that rings on the three planets were purposefully created to act as a source of energy for the aliens and the UFOs. The theory has not been accepted by NASA as yet, however, there are a number of scientists and astronomers who believe that it's true.

"What I found out is, these things inhabit Saturn, that's where I first discovered them, and they're proliferating. You can [also] find them around Uranus and Jupiter," Bergrun told the publication. "Wherever you see some rings, that is where I see the crafts, I call them a ringmaker."

Meanwhile, NASA's Jet Propulsion Lab engineer Kevin Gill has created an image of the interaction between Saturn's rings and Daphnis, which is planet's one of the smallest moons. According to Daily Mail, the image shows Daphnis inducing a wavy pattern across the edge of the planet's rings.

The following video talks about alien ships proliferating in Saturn's rings:

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