NASA Feed Captures ‘Horseshoe UFO’ Before Blackout

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NASA live video feed captures 'horseshoe UFO' before cutting out

NASA abruptly ended a live ISS stream recently when a horseshoe shaped UFO suddenly appeared on a video that thousands of people were watching. 

The strange U-shaped object came into view on the horizon of the International Space Station, shortly before NASA cut the transmission. reports:

The mysterious UFO was first spotted by Scott Waring of UFO Sightings Daily as he watched the live stream.

He then passed the footage on to alien hunter Tyler Glockner who uploaded the video to is YouTube channel secureteam10 .

Narrating the video, Tyler said: “When you play this footage quickly, it looks like the UFO changes its position.

“When we first see it it’s more on its side, but when you cycle through the footage it seems to be maneuvering more on its face.

“it’s definitely another interesting find and once again directly after it appears NASA cuts the feed.

“That’s why you see the screen go blue. they’ve done this, they have been doing this, they have their hand on the chicken switch as they call it.

“I know they monitor these feeds but sometimes they’re not quick enough and UFOs appear.

“We have documented that on this channel for years now.

“The only time when the feed tends to get cut is oddly when these UFOs appear.”

Tyler says the ISS live feed went down in 2014 after a massive yellow disk was spotted hovering over the space station.

And the latest sighting comes after Jadon Beeson, 20, spotted a cigar-shaped object with a blueish hue hovering close to the ISS.

“It was a metallic object, it looks like a Millennium Falcon from Star Wars or something from Close Encounters of the Third Kind,” he told the Mail Online .

“I thought it was all very strange.”

Jadon sent to images to NASA to see what they made of the sighting.

In response a spokesperson said: “Reflections from station windows, the spacecraft structure itself or lights from Earth commonly appear as artefacts in photos and videos from the orbiting laboratory.”

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