NASA Accused Of Shutting Down ISS Live Feed After UFO Enters Earth's Atmosphere

July 13, 2016

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In conspiracy news, NASA has been accused of purposefully shutting down the International Space Station's live-feed just moments after an unidentified flying object was spotted entering earth's atmosphere. Was it a meteor? An alien spaceship? Is Area 51 where we run tests on aliens, or where the aliens run tests on us? Dum dum dum!

The incident occurred on July 9 and was first reported by prolific UFO hunter Streetcap1 in a video uploaded the same day.


The enthusiast did not directly imply that the object was an alien spacecraft saying: "This could well be a meteor or the like.

But he implied that the camera being turned off was slightly sinister: "What made it interesting was that the camera cut off when the UFO seemed to stop."

A NASA spokesperson made a statement earlier in April denying allegations that NASA technicians deliberately shut down transmission when UFOs appear on the live video.

According to the spokesperson, NASA never intentionally shuts down live transmission to hide UFOs. Loss of video is usually due to loss of signals from the ISS.

Admittedly, that is an awfully convenient time for the live-feed to go down. How often does that happen? Is it frequent? What are the odds of the feed going down right when something interesting is happening? Did NASA also fake the moon landing? Of course they did. I'm not saying we've never been, I'm just saying we didn't go when we say we did. Kind of like how I changed the dates I went to college on job applications so interviewers think I'm older and wiser. "It says here you went to school in 1480." Yes sir, studied under Da Vinci. Even posed nude for him a couple times but he destroyed the paintings because he could never get my penis right. I guess he was just so used to painting all those sad, little wieners. So -- let's talk benefits.

Keep going for the video.

Thanks to Brian A, who tried to tell me that UFO was actually one of his balls. Dammit Brian, what the hell were your nuts doing in space and where's the other one because it better not crack my windshield when I'm blasting off for the sun.

  • abcdefgjklmnopqruvwxyz

    No mystery here. It freezes because the feed is cutting out.

  • Ranzer

    if i had to speculate, i would gather a guess that it stopped because digital feeds tend to freeze for a couple of frames before the connection times out. the video is piped out of the camera and into a buffer, that buffer is then transmitted to earth into another buffer where it is then encoded and sent outbound to where ever. all of that usually takes a few milliseconds. the buffer acts as just that a buffer in case the transmission cuts out briefly or is suffering from a weak signal. if no new frames come in the buffer just repeats the last frame for a few frames until it times-out or until another frame is received. in this case, it timed out. $20 says that had it not lost connection to ground the object would have "jumped" as the lost frames were skipped.

    I can justify this theory by looking at the horizon. the entire time the "object" is dropping, the blue colors are shifting. the moment it freezes, so do the flickering colors in the sky. more than just the "object" stopped moving just before the feed cut.

  • dgator86

    I can't be the only one that notices that in the very last second that it gains a new trajectory. Please look it over again....

    If that were a satellite it would have been on a much steeper trajectory, burning up in the atmosphere and it would probably explode once the air pressure exceeded the structural rigidity of the object.

    Also, if it were a fixed point in space it would show the change in trajectory.

    My theory is that they track all objects in the field of view. Once they begin a new sudden trajectory outside the allowable parameters the feed is automatically cut off. This would be very easy with an overlay tracking program.

  • qcp

    Of course it appeared to stop before the signal dropped. If you've ever seen a digital TV broadcast lose it's signal you already know that's exactly what happens.

  • cardstock

    Don't you guys hear how scary that music is? That's how you KNOW it's real.

  • Moshugaani

    Yeah, I think it's weird too that there's such music in space... It's not normal right? Shouldn't it be, like, silent?

  • So it's an Unidentified Falling Object?

  • GeneralDisorder

    People who think the moon landing is a hoax argue among other things that there would have been a dust cloud blasted into the Moon's atmosphere when the lunar lander took off.

  • TheQiwiMan

    Wish it were a little more blurry and pixelated.

  • Bling Nye

    Sasquatch would need a space suit.

  • HAHA, Brian A has space balls!

    Also, objects entering earth atmosphere often change course abruptly... something to do with flying through the void that is space, and then colliding suddenly with a much denser object... I forget what those gangly 4-eyes humanoids call it.

    If the object changed course, it could have appeared to stop, as it turned toward or away from the camera.

    Or, then again (watched video), maybe it appeared to stop because entering the atmosphere caused the light reflecting off of the object to become refracted, at a different and changing angle. Ever shine a laser into a water filled fish-tank, or a light through a prism?

  • HoDaDor

    There are hundreds of satellites in orbit. Nearly all of them are protected by the companies or governments that use them. This could easily be a security mandate to protect and not broadcast certain hardwares

  • Xockszky

    If there really was a UFO issue, then NASA wouldn't have had a feed in the first place.

  • Daniel L Charlebois

    A blurry blur, blurred across the blur to the blur.

  • Bling Nye
  • Ser JuJoo Guppy

    I get the skepticism of course, but this is the 2nd time something showed up and the feed turned off. I do find that a bit odd...

    http://geekologie.com/2015/...

    It of course could be nothing, and probably is nothing, but at the same time, what are the odds that the feed turns off when objects are spotted? Perhaps they do have a policy, in case they actually did witness something from some place else..? *shrug*

  • Billy Rocka

    What it will be is a spec of dust, no matter what it truly is.

  • Bling Nye

    Yeah, jeeze, it's not NASA shutting off the feed, don't blame them..... clearly it's the aliens doing it.

  • Ollie Williams

    "prolific UFO hunter Streetcap1"

    ...uh huh.

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