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Mysterious ‘Alien’ cylinder on NASA live feed for International Space Station spotted by space experts


Mysterious 'Alien' cylinder on NASA live feed for International Space Station spotted by space experts
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NASA’s live feed of the International Space Station (ISS) captured a mysterious object, which UFO experts claim is an alien cylinder that goes transparent. The odd shape was spotted in a black space behind the ISS by space fans watching the live feed.

And experts said the cylinder – which they claim was a UFO – was ‘partially transparent’, which may be a technique used to keep the craft safe so that it is not seen.

UFO expert Scott C Waring, shared the footage and said: “I noticed a UFO in the distance that was coming closer and closer to the space station. The UFO was partially cloaked, which made it look transparent.”

Mr Waring runs the website UFO Sightings Daily ,

He added: “In the deep blackness of spaces, blending into the environment means you will be safer from other alien species that may not be friendly.” It is not the first time objects have been spotted on the ISS feed without explanation.

Experts believe the ringed image was partially cloaked to make it transparent (Photo: NASA)

Experts believe the ringed image was partially cloaked to make it transparent (Photo: NASA)

In the live video, relayed by the American space agency, the UFOs move from the right of the screen towards the left. After they were seen conspiracy theorists claimed the live feed was cut.

Last year it was also suggested that a “nervous” astronaut was telling ground control about the appearance of a strange red-coloured UFO on the live NASA feed.

They claim he said the word “gospel” when the object appeared, and suggested this may have been a codeword as ground control replied “we pray for you.” Source: mirror

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