In the Clipper bright object slowly falls into view, but it’s at that particular point that the screen flashes that there are technical problems with the feed.
But that didn’t go unnoticed by Watchers, as they pointed out that stopping the feed was highly suspicious.
This could well be a meteor or the Like Streep.
Cap 1 says in the caption.
What made it interesting was the camera cut off when the UFOs seemed to stop.
So what was Nasa’s official position?
The agency’s spokesman, Daniel Hewitt, tried to explain that the live feed was not deliberately cut.
He watch said cameras mounted on the International Space Station are controlled automatically.
According to Hewat, the station regularly passes out of range of tracking and data relay satellites used to send and receive video, voice and Telemetry from the station for video.
Whenever we lose signal, the cameras will show a blue screen or a preset video slate.
Nevertheless, people took to social media to refute Nessa’s claim.
It insisted that something was not adding up and that Nasa might be hiding evidence of aliens.