Some strange footage from the International Space Station has people wondering if we’re being visited by little green men. Recently UFO hunter Scott C. Waring was observing a live stream from the ISS and noticed something unusual.
It’s difficult to see, but what appears to be a ‘cube’ is sitting over the ocean. You could almost dismiss the object as a strange cloud, however, it appears to look solid. Waring theorized that it was some type of space vehicle preparing to venture upward.
“I noticed this strange shape over the ocean when using the space station live cam,” Waring said after posting the video on YouTube.
“The object is a cube UFO over the ocean. It may have recently come out of the ocean, leaving the ocean floor and getting ready to leave into space. This is 100% proof that UFOs can been seen from the Space Station,” he added.
Additionally, the cube or box-like figure has a shadow beneath it, which made people say it’s a real object. Whatever the case, it’s definitely strange. Have a look for yourself below.
Former Air Force Man Claims UFO Interaction
Three former Air Force members sat before a panel Tuesday and discussed secret UFO encounters. According to the two men, this all happened during their time at several missile launch bases in the Cold War era.
Captain Robert Salas, Robert Jacobs and David Schindele had a lot to say about these interactions.
“I was in charge of ten nuclear missiles at the time when a UFO came over and hovered over our facility and while it was hovering there it was seen by all our guards. I was underground 60 feet, locked into a concrete capsule. The guards reported it. While the object was up there we lost all ten missiles due to guidance and control failure,” Salas said.
He also added:
“This object, whatever it was, would have had to send a signal to each missile separately and disable the guidance system.”
Salas remains amazed and confused by the encounter, saying he doesn’t have an explanation and nobody else does either. Even after all these years.
Their accounts come after the Department of Defense admitted there were UFO-sightings that the government could not explain.
“The United States must be able to understand and mitigate threats to our pilots,” Senate Intelligence Committee Chair Mark Warner declared. “Whether they’re from drones or weather balloons or adversary intelligence capabilities.”
House Intelligence Committee chair Adam Schiff (D-Calif.) did say that the panel would hold a classified briefing later in the year – giving the topic even more weight.
Whatever the case, possible UFO encounters are always interesting, especially when government leaders seem to acknowledge the presence of such aircrafts.