- Posted December 20, 2011 by
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Russian Space Craft Washes up on another Caribbean Beach
On 06/12/2011 Ocean Panic Tours stumbled upon what is known now today as a Russian Soyuz 3 Rocket on the beach on Petit Tabac, in the Tobago Cays marine park in St Vincent and the Grenadines. Since then, the site is now a Tourist Attraction with visitors from all over and persons interested in Space Science. Many visitors, especially with NASA hats, are visiting the site daily in large numbers.
Since then, and or about the same date Ocean Panic Tours found the debris on Petit Tabac, another part of the debris washed up on the South Coast of Barbados. A gentle man from Barbados heard our find and contacted me with these photos. He said they woke up in the morning and found the space craft on the beach.
The gentleman said they walked on it, played with it children walked on it, and some of it is still there. Further examination of the photos has lead us to beleive that this debris found in Barbados is the other half of debris found here in St Vincent and the Grenadines. Barbados is 104 Miles from Petit Tabac in an Easterly Direction, and this has lead us to beleive they are related. Space Solutions is clearly written on it and the European Union Logo. This is the Russian Soyuz 3 Rocket fired from French Guyana on 21/10/2011. Efforts to contact arianne space solutions to date is proving difficult.