NASA Cuts Live Feed From Space Station After ‘UFO’ Sighting

Posted: Jul 14 2016, 11:45am CDT | by , Updated: Jul 14 2016, 11:50am CDT, in News | Latest Science News

NASA Cuts Live Feed from Space Station After ‘UFO’ Sighting

UFO spotters accuse NASA for covering up a UFO sighting as a mysterious object was spotted entering the Earth atmosphere during ISS live feed

A UFO hunter claims that a mysterious object has been spotted flying in the Earth’s atmosphere during the live feed from International Space Station before NASA deliberately cut the video. This has once again fueled the UFO conspiracy theory and compelled people to accuse NASA for covering up a UFO sighting.

The footage was recorded by cameras aboard the ISS which are mounted there to provide views from outside the station. During the live streaming video from space station on July 9, a mysterious object has been captured moving around in the space which was followed by an abrupt cut and screen flashing a message about temporary technical glitch with the feed.

A UFO spotter called Streetcap1 uploaded a part of the NASA’s live feed on Youtube, claiming the technical problem was intentional and the space agency is denying the presence of a mysterious object in the atmosphere.

The person does not claim that the object was actually an alien spacecraft but it could be something noteworthy like a meteor or an extraterrestrial rock.

However, this is not the first time when people have claimed seeing strange objects while watching live feeds of NASA while sudden interruptions during live transmissions have also been occured before and they sound logical too. One or two disruptions are always a possibility while you are placed at hundreds of miles above the Earth in space.

Meanwhile, NASA has denied the accusation. “The station regularly passes out of range of the Tracking and Data Relay Satellites (TDRS) used to send and receive video, voice and telemetry from the station,” NASA spokesperson Daniel Huot told CNET. “For video whenever we lose signal the cameras will show a blue screen (indicating no signal) or a preset video slate.”

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