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Ivan Vagner, a Russian cosmonaut currently orbiting the Earth aboard the International Space Station (ISS), claims to have captured footage of potential UFOs while recording video of the aurora borealis.
“Space guests, or how I filmed the new time-lapse,” Vagner wrote in a tweet featuring the video on Wednesday morning.
The one-minute video shows the aurora borealis passing near Antarctica and Australia, Vagner says.
“However, in the video, you will see something else, not only the aurora,” he wrote.
He added that the video was shot in a time-lapse, so the brief flash of the “objects” actually lasted for about 52 seconds in real time.
Vagner did not claim to see the phenomenon as it happened, and no one else aboard the ISS has acknowledged it. He also did not indicate exactly when the footage was captured.
Whatever the phenomenon was, it does appear as a string of lights arranged in a clear, angled line in the video.