NASA Finally Speaks About the Claims Of UFOs Near Space Station

You can easily find many, many videos compiled by conspiracy theorists claiming that UFO’s are monitoring International Space Station as well as Earth. There is no denying that some of those objects have actually been spotted in some videos from different cameras abroad the International Space Station. Most of the people claim that these are alien ships. NASA has been asked a lot about these sighting of weird object.

Media channels like CBS, International Business Times and Australian news site have come up with many reports on accounts of NASA’s alleged plan to keep the impression of aliens near the space station away from the public. Drudge Report’s library comprises stories connected to NASA UFO conspiracies dating back to at least 2002.

In the following clip, European Space Agency astronaut Samantha Cristoforetti shows how to control ISS window shutters. According to YouTube channel secureteam10, she’s missing some alien ship travelling right outside the window.

American astronaut Tom Jones was asked about this and he said: “Astronauts have not seen any evidence of alien life. Reports of unidentified flying objects in images returned from the shuttle or [space] station have turned out to be ice crystals, drifting orbital debris, lightning flashes, or meteors streaking through the dark atmosphere below. So far, our search for extraterrestrial life ― and other civilizations in space ― has turned up no proof of alien civilizations.”

The Huffington Post reached out to NASA concerning recent video showing UFOs at the ISS, an agency spokesperson replied:

“No unidentified objects in the popular sense have been seen from the International Space Station. Reflections from station windows, the spacecraft structure itself or lights from Earth commonly appear as artifacts in photos and videos from the orbiting laboratory.”

NASA also said that these sightings of Alien Space Ships are just space garbage.  They insist that alleged ET spacecraft are not out-of-this-world.

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