UFO On ISS Spotted; NASA Cuts Live Feed
Another UFO was spotted hovering above the International Space Station (ISS). A British alien hunter claims he spotted a solid object, which he believed to be a UFO on ISS livestream. Before the sighting, the live feed was shut down sparking claims of yet another NASA cover-up of alien existence.
This is not the first time an mysterious object was spotted on ISS. In November last year, UFO hunters allegedly caught a gray fast moving object. After which, NASA's livestream turned blue for about five seconds and cited a technical issue. Another report earlier this January claims that an astronaut placed his hand over the lens of the ISS camera to cover a UFO.
UFO hunter, John Craddick, from Wolverhampton revealed he spotted a UFO on ISS last week. "I was showing a friend how it [ISS live feed] worked at around 11.30pm when the feed cut out, and 35 seconds after it came back on this object appeared," Craddick told The Sun. He added that he has been watching ISS live feeds for years and has never seen an object like it before.
Craddick described that it was very small at first then it grew bigger. It was seen in the video for about 25 seconds. He added that it was certainly a sign of extraterrestrials, citing that nothing human can fly as high as the object in the video.
NASA previously explained such controversies as reflections from station windows, objects from the structure of spacecraft itself or lights from Earth. Meanwhile, UFO expert Nigel Watson revealed there are many explanations for such objects aside from the alien theories, cited Mail Online. Watson said images of alleged UFO on ISS could be explained as lens reflections, space junks or satellites from a distance. "Even very small flecks of paint or particles can appear like UFOs when caught by the bright light from the sun," he added.
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