Judging from the recent online discussions, many conspiracy theories have been fueled by NASA’s disrupted video of 3 UFOs taking off from Earth. The images were captured by the International Space Station, but the sudden disconnection of the live transmission triggered the discontent of many Internet users.
NASA has often been suspected of knowing more than they show, especially when it comes to unidentified flying objects. Criticism grew a lot stronger in the past week as the administration suddenly cut off their YouTube transmission right when 3 alleged UFOs were taking off from Earth.
The video opens with images of the Earth’s atmosphere captured by the cameras of the International Space Station. Several minutes later, three small flying circles seem to head into the space, but as the images become clearer, the transmission gets suddenly interrupted.
Viewers, who wanted to get a closer look at the three unidentified objects were prevented from doing so because the space administration replaced the live transmission with an error message. The transmission wrote that the High Definition Earth Viewing Experiment has been disabled to switch cameras or that it is experiencing a loss of signal.
NASA’s astronomers did not make any comments in relation to the recent criticism that has been brought against them. Their silence has furthermore fueled the discontent of their followers, who have rekindled past discussions about NASA’s mysterious files.
Nevertheless, some people have taken other possibilities in consideration, as well. Objective journalists have also suggested that the objects in the video could be unclear reflections of the moon. Others have put forth the hypothesis that ISS’ cameras might have become temporarily blurred; hence, the small flying dots on the footage.
Better conclusions could have been reached if the video hadn’t been interrupted. Unfortunately, cameras go blind right in the moment when the three unidentified objects fly past the Earth’s atmosphere. As a consequence, it is impossible for analysts to estimate whether the captured objects are UFOs or just celestial reflections.
This wasn’t the first time, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration has confronted itself with allegations about some UFO files they might be hiding. UFO hunter Toby Lundh announced at the beginning of the year that he spotted an extraterrestrial object while monitoring the live transmission on his laptop. Neither his theory nor other similar premises have been confirmed by NASA and other space institutions.
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