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UFO or Secret NASA Experiment? Mystery Objects spotted ‘hounding’ ISS

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According to the continuously level-headed alien hunters of our planet, there are numerous UFOs hovering about, ‘hounding’ the International Space Station (ISS).

They’ve based their assumptions on live feeds from NASA (they don't just make it up) and are so shocked by the high frequency of their appearances that some are convinced that the space group must be conducting secret experiments in space.

Alien conspiracist Scott C Waring, who edits UFO Sightings Daily, said the sightings were so common that the ISS was "becoming a tourist attraction of aliens".

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The latest video is from 1 October and shows what is described as "a glowing object moving towards the space station, but far below its orbit".

Waring speculated "The object could be a UFO or it could be a top secret project that NASA is involved with. Its slow movement is a little baffling to me. Whats [sic] your thoughts on this craft?"

Others thought it was "just another UFO, yawn," with another theory being:
 

Most, not all, of these Sightings look like reflections from in or outside to me. No speed or direction variations. Same Position and same brightness changing with the sun like the outer skin of the Station..My opinion.


But the six astronauts floating 250 miles above the Earth on the ISS haven’t mentioned anything, which is clearly suspicious. They’re probably up there with their new BFFs pranking everyone. NASA are such dicks like that. 


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