Published: 3:56 PM 9/10/2015
the allegedly alien spacecraft appears to be “miles in diameter... ”
The latest sighting of a UFO hovering around the International Space Station surfaced on Tuesday, spotted as usual on the NASA video feed from the space station orbiting about 250 miles over Earth’s surface. And this time, according one prominent online UFO researcher, the allegedly alien spacecraft appears to be “miles in diameter.”
The NASA live video feed from the space station has been a popular and prolific source of UFO sightings for several years, at least since NASA began webcasting the video feed in real time.
Until September 8, the most recent sighting of a UFO on the NASA feed came on August 13, when a group of UFO hunters noticed a tube-shaped object traveling at “warp speed” as it zoomed past the space station. Read Inquisitr coverage of that find at this link.
But the new UFO appears to be hardly moving at all, as it simply hangs in space, visible in the background of the video feed. The sighting was uncovered by a Australian YouTube user who goes by the online screen name “bluebeard2011,” who said that he was first drawn to the image when he noticed that instead of appearing blue in the NASA video images, the planet Earth appeared snow white.
“I have tried for two years trying to see a UFO on the high-def NASA cameras but two days ago while looking for them I noticed that earth was white and reported on that and I was watching the white earth and finally caught a UFO they missed at NASA,” bluebeard2011 wrote on his YouTube page.
Scott C. Waring, editor of the popular UFO Sightings Daily blog, found the finding significant.
“This guy tried so hard to catch a UFO at the space station,” Waring wrote on his blog. “The UFO looks like a giant disk, several miles in diameter with a raised dome in its upper area. There is also a white haze around the UFO, because it looks like it still has a cloud cloak on since its so close to the space station. Its size is just mind-blowing.”
NASA never comments on UFO sightings, including those from its International Space Station video feed, though the space agency admits that the video feed is subject to errors that are often mistaken for anomalous sightings.