Footage has emerged of what leading UFO researchers believe to be an alien "mothership" – the mammoth craft was spotted on NASA's live feed of the space region adjacent to the International Space Station (ISS).
Truth revealed about what is leading leading UFO researchers believe to be an alien "mothership". It was only after a video was released on Thursday by brothers Blake and Brett Cousins who run YouTube channel ‘thirdphaseofmoon'.
In the footage released, a hazy object 'the mammoth craft' was spotted on NASA's live feed of the space region adjacent to the International Space Station (ISS). It is seen like a mere line of burning orange orbs initially, quickly forming the shape of what appears to be a spacefaring vessel gains contour and colour.
The clip itself, the Cousins duo said, is sped up by 900 percent — the actual event lasted over nine minutes.
The pair enlisted the expertise of a UFO aficionado to shed some light on what the apparent craft — which they claimed was "tracking" the station — might actually be.
Till now the video has been able to get the attention of over 40,000 views following its upload date (July 17).
"It's pretty obvious we're either a protected planet like a nature reserve or under the protection or rule of another alien race. People wonder how come so many different craft come here. It's like the aliens are not allowed to say 'hello.' Why? Because we have been ruled from day one and still are. Pretty simple logic. Other aliens probably visit us to look, but have an agreement to not contact us, hence crop circles, graffiti? They probably say, 'poor humans being slaves I wish we could tell them!' But it's much similar to the tribe that lives in the Andaman Islands, they have no contact with the rest of the world, they have no idea what's out there. Our governments won't let us say hello, and that's on Earth, so people don't be shocked that they are here but not allowed to speak to us, it's like the Earth is being run by Kim Jong-il," speculated user MrSonicseeds.
The footage was apparently missing from a subsequent NASA upload, leading some ufologists to suggest the agency deliberately edited the footage.