Thursday, April 7, 2016

 

UFO spotted hovering over earth on NASA live feed.

Taken from the International Space Station, this footage shows an object steadily hovering in the distance.

We have to admit in the grand scheme of UFO sightings, it’s actually pretty good.
It was captured by Jadon Beeson, from Stourport-on-Severn, who had been watching a live feed.
The 20-year-old has since approached Nasa for an explanation.
He said:  ‘I was watching the live stream on my iPhone on Tuesday night and I popped away to see my neighbours and came back an hour later – I had left the stream on on my phone.
‘I looked and realised there was a metal object above the earth. It had a blue glow to it and it stayed there for about two minutes.

‘It was a metallic object, it looks like a Millennium Falcon from Star Wars or something from Close Encounters of the Third Kind.
‘I thought it was all very strange.’
The footage was viewed through a NASA app which allows people to watch live video from the International Space Station when a crew is on duty or earth views, at other times.

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