Many of the internet users who possibly need to get out more are all excited about NASA hiding alien life from us, after a strange pink spot seen on camera attached to International Space Station has left space enthusiasts and alien-watchers stunned. It all started with a YouTube watcher who observed the ISS videotape and decided the station was being “watched by aliens.” His video, which displays the ISS cam panning to the right, before it halts and, certainly, displays a pink and gold UFO just sitting there. The unique pre-recorded stream, spotted on August 3, displays the spot at around the 7-minute mark, when the camera moves to the right.
What’s strange is that the newest video comes soon after another part of NASA footage that, oddly enough, cuts out right at the instant where strange lights are observed flying away from Earth. The video was taken in June from a camera aboard the ISS. Several people said it might have been a part of space debris, or just a malfunction, but NASA is still quiet, which has Streetcap1 so agitated. As projected, many members blame the user of modifying the footage. Conversely, that is not correct, as the original video from NASA’s live feed also shows the same pink and gold dot.
Earlier, another mysterious object was caught on the ISS cam, but at that time, the video strangely cut out right after the most exciting part, with NASA showing the following message: “Please stand by. The High Definition Earth Viewing experiment is either switching cameras, or we are experiencing a temporary loss of signal with the International Space Station.”
It would, however, be immature to ponder that the cameras on the ISS never turn off: NASA turns them off regularly for a number of technical causes. Those gaps are very short-term.
So, I’ll leave it up to you to decide what precisely you see in those video recordings.