NASA abruptly shut down a Russian cosmonaut who appeared to be describing an incoming UFO, that could be spotted moving on the ISS live stream. The cosmonaut seemed to acknowledge the presence of an approaching UFO, that was “slowly moving upwards,” before he was interrupted by the NASA ground control, according to theorists online. The footage was captured on the NASA space agency live camera stream on 21st November.
The alleged UFO sighting, picked up by self-proclaimed UFO expert Scott C Waring, has prompted claims that powerful governments are aware of alien existence.
Waring presented his finding on his YouTube channel and blog ET Database, where he talked through the video.
He claimed that the footage shows the UFO “uncloaking” which reveals a trio of alien spacecraft moving across the ISS live stream.
Waring then points to the conversation between a Russian cosmonaut stationed on the ISS and NASA ground control as further proof of something suspicious taking place.
Waring said:”There is a conversation going on and the once the UFO appears the conversation between the astronauts changes.
“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!’
“So here is 100% proof that NASA and Russia know that aliens frequently visit the space station.”
The bizarre claim follows other strange sightings that Waring claims to have uncovered.
These include alien tech on the asteroid Bennu and an alien base on the surface of the Moon.
He also claims to have found a “sarcophagus” on Mars and discovered a sunken “Asian Atlantis” off the coast of Japan.
However, the US space agency has rejected his claims, attributing them to the effect of pareidolia – a psychological phenomenon where people see recognisable shapes in clouds, rock formations, or otherwise unrelated objects or data.