Something strange happen out there...
Take a look to this short footage from Shuttle Atlantis camera into the cargo bay.
A swarm of luminos objects in formation near the spcecract from NASA live and quickly after the event is passed, the control center closes the live
Debris collision warning?
Nasa said something about this event?
Whoa.. that's quite interesting to say the least. I agree, lets speculate on all reasonable possibilities before jumping to conclusions. Fuzzy white
orbs does not scream aliens to me.. but then again I've never actually seen an alien.
Ok well looked into the video and the user says the following:
@butlincat2 Yes copied it from NASA TV using ' Jing Pro ' while they broadcast. So it is genuine and yes I do not understand why they did not slam
on the disconnect sooner than they did.
In My Opinion - they got caught sleeping. I still think it's awesome!
Checkout the video response I posted to this and you will see that it's the same 'type of Spacecraft.' I would not know how to fake videos, I
can barely operate my computer. Lol.
Streetcap1 2 days ago
Still the link provided takes you to the space walk. (with commentry) I am assuming this is live?
Would be interesting to know what the CGI guys think?
This is great! All we need to do is wait until StreetCap1 comes back from his time in space and get an ATS interview asking for further details. It
says very clearly at the bottom of the video that StreetCap1 FILMED it.
We should all keep an eye out for StreetCap1 online, because finding actual astronauts ONLINE is a rare event, isn't it?
Wow, that's quite an odd little video. I'm not sure on the "space turd" theory. If something was being ejected from the side, I'd have thought
that it would be improbbable (not impossible) for those 3 objects "in formation" for want of a better phrase. They'd be spinning and bouncing
around still. (I'd have thought)
I dunno what to think about this video to be honest. I don't think it's particles close up to the camera. You can see them going behind, you can
even see the tip of one of them at 0:21 as it goes behind the shuttle.
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