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8th Jun 2012 | by: Maureen Elsberry

This week on the webseries and podcast Spacing Out! Jason and myself were lucky to have 2013 International UFO Congress speaker Marc D’Antonio join us for a brief discussion about UFO photo and video analysis – what it takes to spot a hoax as well as a discussion about exo-planets and the search for extraterrestrial life.

Marc D’Antonio analyzes UFO photos and videos for MUFON. As an astronomer, Marc is knowledgeable about techniques used to detect potentially habitable planets in the search for extraterrestrial life. We talk with Marc about these topics, plus we discuss the history-making SpaceX mission, UFOs in Plymouth, MA, and other UFO and space news on this episode of Spacing Out!

Marc will have a very visual and dynamic presentation at this years event so make sure you do not miss it. Super early registration continues now through September 1st – Register here!

About the Author: Maureen Elsberry

Maureen Elsberry is the Marketing Director and Co-organizer of Open Minds Events. She is also a contributing writer for and Open Minds magazine and the host of the Spacing Out! web series and podcast. With a degree in Journalism and Media Production, Maureen has spent over 10 years working in Internet Media, Marketing and Radio. She now spends her time investigating, reporting and spreading news related to the UFO phenomenon. Follow Maureen on Twitter: @maureenelsberry


  • Hey he said “Lunar Rovers on Mars”? What a dummy! Oh wait, that was me. Sorry… I was thinking of saying something about the Lunar Rovers as well as the Martian rovers and I accidentally combined the sentences… Sorry about that…

  • Haha, don’t worry I think we all do that occasionally – I accidentally called David in Prometheus a cyborg instead of an android…of course people noticed and emailed me. – Maureen

  • James Welsh says:

    Marc D’Antoni im still waiting on you scientifically debunking my findings on the STS103 mission images.

    Your feelings and opinions and experience dont count for science.
    My challenge remains open.

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