People Are Convinced NASA Cut This Live-Stream Right After An Alien Showed Up
A live-stream from NASA's International Space Station (ISS) cut out just as a strange light emerged over the earth.
But it's way more fun to speculate about an alien.
Some people are convinced that the space agency captured a UFO on September 30, 2016.
A video of the light was posted on YouTube with the caption,
Unidentified Object is brighter on the left side due to the light from the Sun, so not Lens Flare. NASA cut the camera feed so quickly even though this was very distant, but I still managed to get a couple of frames to enlarge.
It's the second alleged UFO sighting in only a few days.
Scott C. Waring of UFO Sightings Daily posted a picture of what he claims to be an alien spacecraft hovering over Paris.
This cloud orb was seen over Paris last week moving slowly, possible analyzing its make up to come to some conclusions about how humanity pollutes its air. I do believe that the only reason this one was seen was the fact it was during sunset. UFOs are particularly vulnerable to being seen during sunset.
Sadly, none of these theories have yet to be proven.
Our only real hope of finding life on another planet is this big ass alien-finding telescope in China:
It's called the "Five-hundred-meter Aperture Spherical Telescope" (FAST), and it was officially put into action in September.
This hulking dish in Pingtang County (in China's southwestern province of Guizhou) is the size of 30 soccer fields. It has 4,450 panels and dwarfs anything the United States has.
Zheng Xiaonian, deputy head of the National Astronomical Observation (NAO) under the Chinese Academy of Sciences, said that the telescope will be the global leader in searching for UFOs in the next couple of decades.