Space enthusiasts are buzzing with speculation after a UFO hunter claimed that NASA abruptly halted its live stream two weeks ago after a massive UFO aircraft allegedly appeared near astronauts while they performed their spacewalk abroad the International Space Station (ISS).
Toby Lundh has accused NASA of attempting to cover up "evidence" of a UFO presence hovering near the ISS by shutting off the live video feed when it unexpectedly made an appearance on Jan. 6, 2015, the UFO hunter told BeforeItsNews. However Lundh reportedly managed to screenshot a picture, providing the still photo to Disclose.tv.
Earlier reports in 2014 had continuously indicated sightings of UFOs visiting the habitable space station, Examiner reported. Now, Lundh's claims that NASA has removed the recording from its archives as part of the agency's effort to conceal alleged interactions between ISS astronauts and UFOs have initiated a stir among UFO enthusiasts once again, with many voicing a widespread distrust of NASA and other government agencies.
"Many in the 'Truth movement' no longer trust anything NASA says or does and here's another example of why. As their live feed was showing the ISS, a huge UFO appeared and NASA cut the feed," one user commented.
"Did anyone actually believe anything NASA said from the start? Not me... They cut the feed because right there in-front of your eyes is a UFO and rather than open that can of worms they would prefer to label you insane," another user said.
While NASA has failed to respond to Lundh's allegation, some UFO skeptics on Reddit have dismissed Lundh's claims while questioning his credibility, with one describing him as a "hoaxer."
"Please, please, please stop paying attention to the thirdphaseofmoon YouTube channel. Please," a Reddit user, ObjectReport, said.
Over the years, NASA's ISS live stream and Curiosity Rover photos have become exceedingly rich sources of "evidence" in fueling the thriving online alien and UFO conspiracy theory community, Inquisitr reported.
After NASA announced its plan to shut down the live feed in March due to budgetary constraints, UFO Sightings Daily accused the space agency of attempting to stop people from knowing the truth about frequent UFO rendezvous with the ISS in orbit.
"NASA says they will shut down the live public cams due to budget cuts, even thought the Canada company selling the photos will pay NASA a crap load of cash yearly. So the 'budget cuts' excuse is a lie," UFO Sightings Daily said. "The truth is they want to stop the viewers from seeing the UFOs at the ISS and posting them to YouTube."
Live video feeds in October and January also featured the ISS being joined by mysterious UFOs. Although the videos raised speculations and various theories, NASA refrained from commenting on the unknown spacecrafts.