Astronaut tweets shot of ‘UFO’ taken from International Space Station1 min read

Alien believers claim US astronaut Scott Kelly, who is the first person to attempt to spend a year in orbit, was “trying to tell the world about the existence of aliens” without actually saying anything, as they are convinced NASA is involved in an intergalactic cover up to hide the truth about UFOs from the masses.

The "UFO" has been highlighted by alien chasers and placed online

The “UFO” has been highlighted by alien chasers and placed online

Mr Kelly tweeted the picture of India from more than 200 miles above the Earth with the simple message “Day 233. Once upon a #star over Southern India. #GoodNight from @space_station! #YearInSpace.”

But UFO chasers were quick to point out an “anomaly” towards the top right.

In a video made by YouTube channel Sonofmabarker, the narrator said: “Last night aboard the International Space Station astronaut Scott Kelly tweeted this photo.

The "UFO" in close-up detail NASA•TWITTER•SCOTTKELLY

The “UFO” in close-up detail NASA•TWITTER•SCOTTKELLY

“It was taken while the ISS was over India.

“In the upper right of the photo you can clearly see a large object with two lights on each end.

“It also appears to be very large and constructed.

“I would find it hard to believe that Scott Kelly did not notice this when he tweeted this out.

“It really sticks out like a sore thumb.

“Scott Kelly thank you for sending this photo down to Earth.

“Hardly a week goes by without someone from the ISS sending us a photo or video that really is quite strange and it is left for us to decide.”

 

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Sebastien Clarke

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