NASA blamed for shutting down video to coverup UFO sighting

NASA blamed for shutting down video to coverup UFO sighting

A new UFO sighting has been claimed by UFO hunters. A live streaming video from the International Space Station (ISS) on July 9 has captured an unexplained object coming from space and moving towards earth. But then all of sudden the video feed was cut and its being said that NASA has cut the video feed.

After the video was being cut, the message started to appear on the screen that a temporary technical glitch has taken place. This is not the first time when people have watched NASA’s space station live feed and claimed of seeing strange objects nearby.

There are many have even claimed that NASA intentionally cuts the video transmission so nobody could see them. When NASA was approached to throw light on the matter, the agency’s Human Exploration and Operations Mission Directorate said that it is common for the ISS to go out of the range of the Tracking and Data Relay Satellites (TDRS) that is used to send and receive video, voice and telemetry from the station.

So, whenever the signals are being lost, the cameras will show a blue screen that shows no signal. The agency has also mentioned that no such object has been seen from the ISS. It is very common for reflections of station windows, the spacecraft structure or lights from earth to appear as artifacts in photos and videos from the ISS. Therefore, it could just that be the case.

The department has clearly rejected the allegations that NASA will deliberately shut down transmissions when UFOs would appear on the live video. But there is no doubt in the fact that the video has resulted into debate among conspiracy theorists.

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