Well this has me kinda stumped, a friend sent me a link to a video on Youtube called Spacecritters inside the ISS. I started to watch it on my laptop
and never seen much. So to give it more justice I put on the tv to watch, that's when i started to see what the uploader of the video sees, small
critter like creatures? First I thought my eyes were playing tricks then I read his description of the video.
Spacecritters visiting the ISS? Why don't you take a peek and convince yourselves.
As soon as the astronaut has disappeared the show starts.
The first flying critter appears 00:45 seconds into the video (on top of the instrument panel), the second one shows up at 01:39 (center right), the
third critter we see in the upper right corner at 03:50 and the fourth one at 04:00 in the lower right corner. You should also check for some slight
movements at 03:16 left on top of the instrument-panel. This looks like a couple crawling critters. (Or is it a reflection of light?)
In order to exclude or eliminate NASA's biological experiments aboard the ISS, I checked whether NASA (recently) had been performing any experiments
involving butterflies or bugs. There have not been such experiments!
So what is it we see? As some people claim: small pieces of paper flying around, lifted and transported through the air by the airflow coming from the
ventilation system. Really? These "things" come from several directions and they do not look like pieces of paper to me. What about dust? The funny
thing is that this is the only scene that shows these objects and I have taped all shuttle missions and watched hundreds of hours of NASA live streams
but never saw them again. So if this was dust, why have I never seen anything like this again?
Looking at the way they move, you could compare it with how single cell organisms swim inside a fluid. Are we seeing something we were not supposed
Here is the video:
Note: I searched the Youtube uploader's name here on ATS and I see he's banned. 1967sander is his name. Also this video is not one of his usual
videos which, after reading his threads on here, caused quite the argument.
Thanks and any input on what we're seeing in this video would be great.
Crazy weird...[possible independent movement?] I would think it is some type of debris, from what I know they run a 'tight ship' so to speak, & they
keep the environment [although cluttered] clean for the most part.?
I hope somebody gets some more of this kind of vid'.
As you can see if you read the link. NASA were careful and contained any experiment with caution whilst onboard the ISS.
The Insect Habitat
The Insect Habitat (IH) was designed to support a variety of insect species. However, during the initial flight increments, it will be dedicated to
experiments using Drosophila melanogaster, or fruit flies.
The Insect Habitat will enable studies of the fruit fly to learn how microgravity affects development, nervous system function, movement and behavior,
growth, reproduction, aging, gene expression, mutagenesis from radiation and circadian rhythms or sleep/wake cycles.
This is a fruitfly:
I highly doubt these are flying freely around the International Space Station!
edit on 6-9-2013 by skyblueworld because: (no reason given)
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