UFOs were apparently spotted during the NASA live feed of Space X Dragon’s flight to the International Space Station (ISS). Was the footage removed from the original stream?
UFOs were apparently captured on NASA’s live feed of Space X Dragon’s flight to the ISS yesterday. According to Express News, more than a half a million viewers were watching the action on SpaceX’s YouTube channel.
This monumental occasion marked the first launch from American soil since the space shuttle Atlantis in 2011. Seasoned astronauts, Doug Hurley and Bob Behnken were chosen for the Demo -2 mission to stay in space for 30 to 119 days.
Demo-2 is for all intent and purposes, a test flight to see how Elon Musk’s craft functions in space. The performances of the transportation system and operational capabilities will all be validated. A fascinating fact, astronaut Hurley was also present on Atlantis nine years ago.
Once on the ISS, Hurley and Behnken will join the other crew members in conducting research, experiments and whatever other tasks are assigned to them. Basically, this venture will determine whether NASA certifies the capsule to routinely fly missions to the ISS.
While transmitting images from Dragon’s journey, the camera inadvertently caught several metallic objects in flight. The UFOs appeared to be traveling at an accelerated speed and doing maneuvers that are not consistent with any crafts that are known to us at this time.
At 41 seconds into the video, take note of a small object flying erratically on the upper hand right side of the screen. Other time stamps are at the 1:30 and 1:33 marks where two unidentified aerial phenomena (UAPs) can be seen. Observers of the anomalies have speculated on whether or not they are debris, satellites or glitches in the footage.
Interesting to note, the livestream cut to another angle after the UFOs appeared. MP3Nice managed to upload the video before NASA removed the footage altogether.
What do you think the objects are? Debris, UFOs, satellites or something else? Let us know your theories in the comments.