A few days ago, more UFO enthusiasts who hunt for space anomalies have witnessed the moment when an unidentified object slowly approached the International Space Station. The sighting would have easily be debunked as a lens flare but, as usual, NASA decided to cut the live feed, thus raising plenty of question marks.
This isn’t the first incident of its kind, as the ISS had similar encounters in the past, all of them ending abruptly with the “technical difficulties” message. This particular UFO appeared as a dim-grey light and lasted for only a few moments before slowly fading away. A different camera installed on the ISS offers another glimpse of the UFO, this time lasting considerably longer. Its shape cannot be precisely determined, but there’s no denial that the object is found in the vicinity of the station.
After NASA noticed the anomaly, they’ve decided to pop-up the “stand by” screen fearing that the peculiar object will reappear. After this moment, the camera is switched and the line of sight of the UFO is lost. If this was only a common phenomenon occurring in space, why would they cut the live transmission so briskly and only a few moments after the mysterious object made its presence noticed?