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According to UFO Hunters, NASA astronauts on board the International Space Station have allegedly managed to detect an unidentified flying object in space.
A supposed ‘alien ship’ crossed the sky, say UFO hunters, and the evidence was ignored by NASA.
As noted by the YouTube Channel UFO Today: “The ISS captured a UFO flying over a storm front. We can clearly see a mysterious object flying over the storm front. The object is orbiting earth so it’s not affected by the storm that brewing on earth. What was this object? Let me know in the comment! Kind regards! UFO Today.”
UFO Today suggested in their video that the mystery object orbiting Earth, just beneath the International Space Station could be related to the so-called Black Knight – an alleged ancient alien satellite said to have been in orbit around Earth since time immemorial.
Here’s the video:
But not everyone is convinced the Black Knight Satellite actually exists.
In fact, in 1998 a theory was proposed explaining the enigmatic object.
Experts maintain that the Black Knight Satellite is nothing more than space junk, in particular, a fragment of the thermal shield that astronauts lost when repairing the International Space Station.
But among other opinions, there are always those who think that NASA is hiding something and the fact that numerous news agencies and government agencies took interest in the alleged alien satellite fuel the conspiracy theory.
The time magazine wrote about the mysterious object.
The story of the Black Knight made its media debut in the 1940’s when the St. Louis Dispatch and The San Francisco Examiner wrote about the “Satellite” on May 14th, 1954.
The Time Magazine wrote about it on the seventh of March, 1960.
Here is what they said about it.
Three weeks ago, headlines announced that the U.S. had detected a mysterious “dark” satellite wheeling overhead on a regular orbit. There was nervous speculation that it might be a surveillance satellite launched by the Russians, and it brought the uneasy sensation that the U.S. did not know what was going on over its own head. But last week the Department of Defense proudly announced that the satellite had been identified. It was a space derelict, the remains of an Air Force Discoverer satellite that had gone astray. Read the complete story by visiting the Time Magazine website.
The Articles of 1954:
St. Louis Dispatch and The San Francisco Examiner articles about the unidentified satellite.
On August 23, 1954, the technology magazine Aviation Week and Space Technology released a story that angered the Pentagon, who were trying to keep the information secret. The short article stated:
Pentagon scare over the observance of two previously unobserved satellites orbiting the earth has dissipated with the identification of the objects as natural, not artificial satellites. Dr. Lincoln LaPaz, an expert on extraterrestrial bodies from the University of New Mexico, headed the identification project. One satellite is orbiting about 400 miles out, while the other track is 600 miles from the earth. Pentagon thought momentarily the Russians had beaten the U.S. to space explorations.