The alleged sighting of UFO in the latest video captured from the International Space Station (ISS) has yet again sparked a debate over the existence of aliens. The picture shows a triangular object on the surface of Mars like figures flying above on the surface of the red planet or a mark of crashed UFO.
And the alien-theory enthusiasts are super excited about the discovery of what they claim are UFOs belonging to the aliens. The video narrator said: “There is no doubt that there is something of an almost perfect triangular-shaped nature, albeit a little dented up and a little warped, but it doesn't look like it belongs there.”
Speaking about the close proximity of the “crashed UFO” to the “alien base”, he added: “When you find another object in the same general area that again looks out of place. We have found these domes on multiple planets and moons.”
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“Even NASA and our own space agencies have talked about getting us to the moon and establishing bases have drawn up their plans using the exact same thing – domes,” he continued. “Could that be what we're seeing here? A camouflage among this crater field. Or is this some sort of ancient relic?” the narrator asked.
The UFO hunter, who spent 10 minutes watching the “flying saucer”, said: “This thing would wobble along close to the ground, very unstable.
“Then it would freeze in position, go up to a certain height and sit there for a few minutes perfectly still. It made no noise that I could hear.
“I don’t believe anyone could have been riding on the inside, but I got the idea the helicopter was somehow remotely controlling it.
“It looked like whoever was controlling it was having fun with it, sometimes because they would do little tricks with it.”
Keith sent the images to be analysed by some of the world’s top UFO experts, who are divided over their authenticity.
Philip Mantle, a Brit UFO hunter, added: “This could turn out to be one of the most controversial UFO photo-cases on record.
“The photo-analysts contacts cannot come to an agreement about these photos.
“Are they fake or genuine? Who knows.”
And Jason Gleaves, an ex-RAF and BAE Airbus division employee based in the UK, said he believes they could be real.
“With technology of today and software, you can’t be 100% sure of image authenticity, no matter how good it looks.”
This comes after mysterious footage of six alien-like fireballs hoovering in the sky emerged.
The clip shows half a dozen bright lights seemingly floating in formation above a village in Ukraine.