NASA does offer us a small insight into space by live streaming the International Space Station (ISS) as it orbits the Earth 16 times a day. But what happens when a UFO intercepts the footage?
In the summer of 2016, on July 9, NASA was running live from the ISS when something weird happened. A YouTube user called Streetcap1 apparently was the first one to spot it.
He saw an object entering Earth’s atmosphere, however, as it was penetrating, NASA once again cut the live feed. You can check the video down beneath:
In the clip, you can spot a bright object slowly falling into sight as the screen flashes as a result of alleged technical issues.
Streetcap1 didn’t necessarily suggest that the video could signify alien life. However, he pointed out that NASA cutting it off is weird itself.
“This could well be a meteor or the like,” Streetcap1 says in the caption. “What made it interesting was the camera cut off when the UFO seemed to stop.”
Very soon this peculiar video was taken by many other YouTube channels. Everyone was supporting the same claim.
NASA is covering something since it can’t be a coincidence that it cut off the live stream just a few moments after the object emerged.
Many people wondered what were the reasons NASA decided to cover such obvious evidence of UFOs.
“We have never seen UFOs in the popular sense,” said a NASA representative.
“The feed in question is the High Definition Earth Viewing experiment. Anytime the ISS has a signal, that feed is sending down video.”
Apparently, when the High Definition Earth Viewing system loses signal, the video stream goes dark.
“The feed is not switched manually. It’s all done automatically. There’s nobody at a control board. We used a space-based data relay network. It gives us a very good coverage area, but you do lose signal occasionally—anywhere from a couple of seconds to a couple of minutes. It varies from day-to-day,” added the NASA representative.
But this is, of course, their point of view or at least the view they want to impose to all the people who do believe something weird is going on.
So what could that light in the video represent?
Many would agree it could be many explicable things: a reflection on the lens of the camera, bits of space debris, the radiation hitting a sensor in the High Definition Earth Viewing system or even a meteor.