It looks like you're using an Ad Blocker.
Please white-list or disable AboveTopSecret.com in your ad-blocking tool.
Some features of ATS will be disabled while you continue to use an ad-blocker.
Hey Jim, speaking of credibility, you never responded in the other thread, to my request for those links. You claimed it was profitable to post hoax UFO stuff. How profitable is it being a debunker? I'm looking for a new income stream
from source :If extraterrestrials did dock their vehicle with the ISS to conduct a meeting with NASA astronauts, it would not be the first time according to the claims of Clark McClelland.....
I haven't seen this recent report about McClelland posted anywhere on ATS, it might serve as a warning to perhaps not too eagerly believe all his stories.
Everybody seems to know what the object isn't. Anybody out there know what it is? Phage? Anybody?
I've asked Phage to have a look at this thing, I imagine if anyone could recognize this as a mundane object it would be him.edit on 6-2-2014 by abe froman because: (no reason given)
You can't just go up to the ISS and dock anywhere, let alone leave your ship and enter the ISS.
reply to post by Sremmos80
For all I know it could be magnetically attached and the occupants could have teleported over or it could be a partially released parachute, I think that's pretty much where the chute is. I don't know. I would love to hear anyone's opinion on what this IS.
reply to post by pauljs75
the fact that the sun is hitting it shows me its not in font of the camera but actually where it appears to be.
far, far from being any kind of expert, I will admit, I have no clue, but do not hold your breath waiting for any reply from NASA.
Nasa TV 01/30/2014
January 30, 2014
MEDIA ADVISORY M14-025
NASA Television to Broadcast Space Station Cargo Ship Activities Live
The departure of an unpiloted Russian cargo spacecraft and the launch and docking of another to resupply the International Space Station (ISS) will air live on NASA Television Monday, Feb. 3, and Wednesday, Feb. 5.
The ISS Progress 52 cargo craft that arrived at the space station last July will undock from the station's Pirs docking compartment at 11:21 a.m. EST Feb. 3 and move away from the orbiting laboratory to a safe location where it will undergo tests before its planned deorbit into Earth's atmosphere on Tuesday, Feb. 11. NASA TV coverage of the undocking will begin at 11 a.m. Scientists will use the spacecraft to study the effects of weightlessness and temperature extremes on its systems.