Aliens or simply a meteor? Fireball footage captured by an astronaut on the ISS sparks claims Nasa is hiding evidence of ET

An astronaut has captured a footage of potential UFO which led to once again – Nasa has been accused of covering up the very existence of alien life.

This weird object was recently spotted entering the Earth’s atmosphere from one of the members of the International space station.

Of course, the space agency itself says that this should be just a regular meteor, but on the other hand – conspiracy theorists are convinced that this means a lot more than that – implicating that this is evidence of extra terrestrials.

Paolo Nespoli who is an Italian astronaut has shot a clip that shows one fiery ball of light that is moving towards the Earth’s atmosphere.

One ISS team member thinks that this object could be space debris, but this explanation was rejected both by the space agency and the alien enthusiasts.

There is a YouTube Channel SecureTeam10 that is led by a man named Tyler Glokner and his views are that this is just one more proof of a government conspiracy trying to hide the existence of extraterrestrials.

If you want to see the actual video, scroll down.

This is not the first time Nasa has been accused of something like this. Previously there was a video that showed six UFOs passing the ISS live-stream, and just few seconds before the feed the video was cut and replaced with pictures from a camera showing just a regular briefing room.

Even if this footage game directly from Nasa, conspiracy theorists are really suspicious over how quickly they released this to the media.

Mr Glockner from the mentioned channelin one of his YouTube videos, said:

“I don’t think it’s a meteorite at all.
Maybe not on first sight, but many people don’t realize that this video is just a timelapse.

You are seeing the earth spinning at a very high rate of speed and we see this flash of light coming from space.
It does look to be moving at 85mph (136 km/ph)

But when you account how fast the earth would have actually been moving, had this not been sped it, it would’ve been moving much, much slower”

“Speeds that are slower than even the slowest meteorites.
Why did they do this? Why were they so adamant about publishing this when you have never jumped on a story so fast?”

In the video, he comapres the object to another meteorite that fall to Earth during the Perseid meteor shower that happened in 2011.

He also added: “If you compare this to what they are calling a meteor in this new footage, at no time does this so called meteor look like anything that was captured back in 2011 – it just doesn’t.’

“It’s a short, stubby object that looks nothing like the other meteor here.”
We can see this discharge, the energy coming from here vanish”

According to one study that was published earlier this year, those people that who doubt things like the moon landings are more likely to be just regular attention seekers.

Few researchers from the University of Kent had found very strong links connecting the psychological traits and the belief in conspiracy theories implying that this kinds of thoughts often come from people that has low self-esteem.

In the first study, there were 202 participants. They were asked to complete a questionnaires for conspiracy beliefs, asking how really they agreed with some statements from the governments regarding acts of terrorism on their own  soil.

in the meantime, they also needed to fill a self-esteem assessment and a thing called narcissist scale.

It appears that people who rated highly on narcissism scale and had realy low self-esteem were more likely to be ‘victims’ of conspiracy theories.


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