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Could that be a UFO again? NASA's ISS live cam cuts off without warning after spotting suspicious 'glowing object'!

Now, once again, a mysterious blue-glowing UFO was spotted flying past the ISS, before NASA cut off the live stream. 


Could that be a UFO again? NASA's ISS live cam cuts off without warning after spotting suspicious 'glowing object'!
Image courtesy: YouTube/Streetcap1

New Delhi: The search for alien life has been going on for years and those involved in alien hunting or UFO hunting have many a times, come close enough to provide evidence justifying it.

Last year in November, the International Space Station (ISS) live camera cut off mid-stream after the footage from NASA's live camera feed zoomed in on a mysterious glowing orb before suddenly cutting out without warning.

UFO hunters were confident that the ISS had intercepted a UFO, however, NASA was quick in denying the statement, citing a technical error.

Now, once again, a mysterious blue-glowing UFO was spotted flying past the ISS, before NASA cut off the live stream.

This has caused a sudden stir among UFO and alien hunters, who have once more alleged that the American space agency is trying to hide extraterrestrial existence.

What has surprised the UFO hunters this time is that NASA did not wait for the UFO to come near and get captured in the HD cameras, instead, they cut the live feed while the mystreious blue light was at a distance so that no one can clearly see it. The incident took place on September 30th.

Some people claim that it is merely a lens flare, but, editor of UFO Sightings Daily, Scott C Waring, an avid alien hunter has a different take. He said that, “This blue-glowing UFO was seen near the space station yesterday by Streetcap1 of YouTube. It appears far away, but it is not. It is actually very close to the space station, but higher up so it appears distant,” The TeCake reported.

A UFO hunter who goes by the name Streetcap1 recorded the footage of the moment when the 'UFO' flew across the camera.

Check it out below!

(Video courtesy: Streetcap1)

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