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Orbs of light in space: NASA admits they are unknowns

Orbs of light in space: NASA admits they are unknowns 1

For years, people have been clipping NASA footage from the space shuttle and the ISS that show strange lights and moving objects. For Whitley Strieber’s 1999 NBC special Confirmation, a NASA spokesman was asked to watch the famous STS-80 video, and said, while looking at some of the most amazing such footage ever made, “I don’t see any evidence of UFOs here.” Now, NASA admits the truth: they don’t know what these objects are, and have been observing them for years. One has to ask, what about the footage that HASN’T been released to the public?

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