NASA cuts live feed as six UFOs appear in ISS live feed (Video)

NASA cuts live feed as six UFOs appear in ISS live feed (Watch)

Six UFOs appear to fly past ISS, claimed conspiracy theorists.

The 31-second video appears to focus on the outside of the American station and within seconds, ‘six large’ glowing orbs crept past the camera.

Tyler from SecureTeam told the Daily Mirror: “He has discovered what some are calling a fleet of unidentified objects moving in the distance behind the International Space Station.

“We have about six UFOs passing behind, and judging from the distance, I would guess that the size of these objects, whatever they are, would be fairly large.

“Much larger than NASA’s typical excuse of ice particles, we must be looking at icebergs.”

He also added that he believes NASA cut the live feed and replaced it with one from inside a briefing room.

Last week a “UFO” was allegedly seen over a town in Normandy in France.
A local in the area shot the eerie footage after coming across the unusual object floating above his village. Taking out his smartphone to film the unidentified object, he captured as much of its movements as he could before his battery died. However as YouTube footage of the sighting circulated online, many people became sceptical, and quickly found an alternative theory.

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    1 Comment

    1. Peter Whitlock

      February 22, 2017 at 6:28 am

      No UFO to be seen here! U F O Unidentified? We knew it would be debris from the work done for the ISS. We call it “space junk”. FLYING…why do people claim flying? no evidence of flying at all in any way shape or form. We do see expected debris floating same as many times before and will be in the future.OBJECT.tiny debris makes a lot of glare does look exactly like that…AS expected!

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