VIDEO: NASA cuts live cam after filming UFO

VIDEO: NASA cuts live cam after filming UFO
A "UFO was intercepted" by the International Space Station (ISS), claim alien hunters, who allege footage from a NASA live camera feed which zoomed in on a mysterious glowing orb suddenly cut out, the Express writes.

A UFO hunter claims the ISS camera locked on and zoomed into a “mystery glowing orb”, but after monitoring the ball of light, Nasa cut the live stream from public viewing.

The "Unidentified Flying Object (UFO)" was visible in the distance between the ISS and Earth, according to Scott C Waring, editor of UFO Sightings Daily, before the "camera panned towards it and then zoomed in."

Mr Waring said: "I was watching the space station live cam when I noticed the camera switch to a new camera.

"Then the camera began to swing to the left until it focused on a white oval between it and Earth.

"The object had matched its speed with the space station. The camera then continued to zoom closer and closer, but all we could see was a glowing white oval.

"The vibrate light from the UFO was so powerful that even NASA's new seven million dollar HD cameras could not focus on it."

Although estimates among different experts vary, an acceptable range of the number of galaxies seems to be between 100 billion and 200 billion galaxies. Then again, how would they know, right? Where does the universe end? How many stars each galaxy holds, nobody really knows, yet astronomers put the current estimates of the total stellar population at roughly 70 billion trillion (7 x 1022). THAT is a lot of suns! How many planets and moons there are... puh! What do you think? Are we alone or is the universe full of life?


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