In November 2019, during a NASA live stream, the International Space Station (ISS) captured footage of three different UFOs, where a Russian cosmonaut was heard saying “it’s a ship.” According to UFO researcher and self-proclaimed extraterrestrial life expert Scott Waring, NASA is aware of the alien spacecraft flying near the ISS.
Waring shared the clip on his YouTube channel and wrote in his blog:
“This conversation recorded from the NASA live cam is100% proof that NASA knows about alien craft buzzing past and around the space station. When the Russian astronaut aboard the ISS said, “a ship…” The NASA ground control cut him off and said, “Copy all,” before he could finish what he was saying. She already saw it on live cam at ground control. She reacted fast, before he could talk about it too much…but he already said the most important thing he could…”a ship!” You see, even he knew it was an alien ship off the bow of the ISS. Eventually going to a red screen with no cam.
Also, did you notice the video was clear, but when the UFOs appeared…it caused a disturbance in the tech and made the video fuzzy. UFOs are known to cause electrical disturbances and to even shut down cars, trucks and watches.
So…here is 100% proof that NASA and Russia know that aliens frequently visit the space station.
On May 18, 2020, Waring noticed that the ISS camera again captured the moment when thousands of UFOs were leaving the Earth from outer space while the ISS was between the light and dark sides of the Earth.
Waring believed the UFOs were alien in nature.
Mr. Waring said: “A few days ago a fleet of glowing UFOs was seen on the live NASA space station cam. The UFOs were pulsing and throwing as they moved forward… each at different speeds.”
We are unlikely to know whether some cataclysms are coming or the planet is threatened by something more serious. But watching what is happening right in front of our eyes is incredibly interesting.
Then, in August 2020, another Russian cosmonaut named Ivan Vagner captured something spectacular while filming a time-lapse video of southern lights. He claimed to have captured footage of five UFOs while being on the International Space Station.
“Space guests, or how I filmed the new time-lapse.
The peak of aurora borealis when passing over the Antarctic in Australia’s longitude, meaning in between them. However, in the video, you will see something else, not only the aurora.”
In his tweet, he also shared a video where he said that “At 9-12 seconds, five objects appear flying alongside with the same distance.”
Space guests, or how I filmed the new time-lapse.
The peak of aurora borealis when passing over the Antarctic in Australia’s longitude, meaning in between them. However, in the video, you will see something else, not only the aurora. pic.twitter.com/Hdiej7IbLU
— Ivan Vagner (@ivan_mks63) August 19, 2020
On October 14, 2020, during the docking of the Russian Soyuz MS-17 capsule at the ISS, many viewers spotted a mysterious white bright object spinning above the Earth. But the object was cut off the screen by zooming the camera.
One viewer said: “UFO leaving Earth at 2:35 and then they zoom in.” On the other hand, some believed it was just a part of the detachment of the rocket capsule.
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NASA Tries To Hide 3-5 Mile UFO By Calling It A Meteor Over Bering Sea
A few days ago, NASA, the United States’ space agency, revealed that a massive fireball, potentially a meteorite, detonated approximately 16 miles above the Bering Sea on December 18, 2018.
NASA also clarified that this enormous explosion released 173 kilotons of energy, which is ten times greater than the energy generated during the Hiroshima nuclear blast.
The news of the meteor blast quickly went viral online, with several people claiming that Earth will inevitably be struck by a doomsday asteroid, leading to total destruction. However, popular extraterrestrial researcher Scott C. Waring has a different narrative.
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