NASA’s live camera feed of the ISS transmitted strange footage of a yellow-green UFO docked with the hull of the ISS. Since anyone can freely watch the transmitted content on Ustream, the bizarre event was spotted by a UFO hunter who immediately posted this on Youtube.
The video posted by the user Streetcap1 on January 29, 2014, reveals how a presumed UFO docked at the ISS for two minutes before the live feed goes into blue screen mode. It appears that NASA deliberately terminated the signal once they realized what they were revealing.
The docking position of the UFO as well as Earth’s slow rotation in the background suggests that the ISS camera is showing authentic images, with the possibility of a lens anomaly slowly diminishing. The relation between the strange craft and the ISS is obvious, therefore allowing for an accurate estimation of its size, estimated to be around 10 meters in length.
Because of Earth’s rotation we can see that the UFO maintains its stationary position, furtherly removing any doubts of it being a lens flare, glare, reflected image or any other camera anomaly.
Further on, Scott Waring from UFO Sightings Daily analyzed the video and supported the authenticity of this peculiar apparition:
This was caught by Streetcap1 of Youtube and yes, it’s 100% real. I have followed this guy and his research for two years and he has never tried to deceive anyone.
Here before us we see a long, light-yellow UFO parked alongside the ISS hull. There is no intent to hide itself or partly cloak, so we know the aliens and astronauts on the ISS know of this which makes us conclude that aliens and NASA had a meeting. I am sure this is just one of many that they have had, but to actually catch it on video is mind-blowing. This is not a glare; notice how the light changes and the UFO is a solid object near the ISS. It looks small, but it is about 10 meters across or more.
After a detailed analysis of the intriguing sighting, a schematic of the ISS showed that the UFO was docked between the Soyuz escape module and the Russian research and service module, which is one of the five active docking locations present on the station used by personnel in order to be transferred on to the ISS.
Presuming the UFO had occupants, it’s likely that they entered the ISS, but for what reason and why would they risk to be seen by the live cameras? Do the UFO passengers intend to reveal themselves to us, or was it that NASA encountered a human error by forgetting to turn off the camera earlier?
Could this shed light in the case revealed by Clark McClelland, the former NASA engineer? After he retired, he claimed that he had witnessed a meeting between two ISS astronauts and a 9 foot tall alien:
I, Clark C. McClelland, former space operator on the Space Shuttle Fleet, personally observed an 8 to 9 foot tall ET on my 27 inch video monitor while on duty in the Kennedy Space Center, Launch Control Center (LCC).
The ET was standing upright in the Space Shuttle Payload Bay having a discussion with two tethered US NASA astronauts! I also observed on my monitors, the spacecraft of the ET as it was in a stabilized, safe orbit to the rear of the Space Shuttle main engine pods.
This event occurred while McClelland was on a DoD (Pentagon), TOP SECRET mission. His claims are now backed up by the previous video revealing what appears to be a UFO docked at the ISS, by his remarkable background acquired over a 34 year career as a NASA engineer, and also by some of his former colleagues who also claim to have witnessed bizarre alien encounters with NASA personnel.
With all the incriminating evidence, NASA is still unable to clear our minds and explain why they terminated the video so sudden with the blue screen. Could it be that the presumed alien craft paid an unannounced visit to the ISS and the blue screen appeared in order to cover up what was happening on the space station? Definitely NASA has a lot of questions to answer.
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