Old NASA footage dug up to put forward yet another UFO claim

Old NASA footage debunks Google Earth UFO, alien mystery

Alien and UFO enthusiasts have grabbed every opportunity possible to dig up so called evidence they can assimilate to support their claims of aliens and UFOs and one such ‘clue’ that has been discussed a lot was a large triangle with bright lights evenly placed around it had been seen in Australia at coordinates 30°30’38.44″S 115°22’56.03″E.

The triangle was first spotted in 2007 in Google Maps and over the last decade a number of UFO and alien enthusiasts and conspiracy theorists have sounded alarm bells claiming that the triangle is proof of UFO landing and that aliens have visited Earth.

Many were quick to claim it was a “triangle UFO” which had been captured hovering above Earth. However, on closer inspection, it was revealed that it doesn’t actually anything to do with aliens at all. The ‘UFO’ is actually the Alvernia Studios, used for films, as well as features for video games and music projects.

Old NASA footage dug up

In yet another UFO sighting, a 2011 archive footage of NASA’s shuttle launch has resurfaced after a strange white object was spotted. UFO hunters across the internet have gone into a frenzy by the find, claiming it is evidence of an alien craft. The shimmery white spectacle can be seen in the clouds alongside the fuel tank discarded from the space shuttle Endeavour after it blasts off for its final mission in May 2011.

The old footage, originally posted on NASA’s official YouTube channel, has been dug up and re-examined by UFO enthusiasts. It was re-uploaded to the channel UFO Today, which is dedicated to “the UFO phenomena”. The channel has interpreted the object as the “White Knight Satellite” – a rumoured extra-terrestrial craft that has been secretly orbiting the Earth for thousands of years.

It can be seen in the clip when the fuel tank is jettisoned from the NASA craft minutes after take-off.

While NASA has been quite outspoken about their doubts on alien existence, Tony del Genio, co-lead of NASA’s NExSS project at the Goddard Institute for Space Studies in New York has said that the discovery of alien life may only be a couple of decades away, Mirror.co.uk reported.

“I think that in 20 years we will have found one candidate that might be it,” he said.

Del Genio recognises that alien life may well exist in forms and places so bizarre that it might be substantially different from Earth.


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