t has become a bit of a twisted game for conspiracy theorists to guess just how much NASA is hiding from the public about UFOs and alien life. No one would normally question the space agency, but more evidence seems to pile up every time the International Space Station’s (ISS) outside cameras are rolling.
The most recent incident is the freakiest one yet.
Earlier this week, a Russian Soyuz TMA-19M launched from Kazakhstan to the ISS to bring cargo and a new crew member to the space station.
While approaching the ISS, the Soyuz’s automatic docking system had a problem. This forced the pilot to switch into manual controls.
While this maneuver took a little longer, it was ultimately successful. All the while, NASA’s cameras were rolling, and they captured something weird lurking in the background. What could these orbs possibly be?
The orbs appear to be lurking behind the Soyuz, but they aren’t alone. Not long after they leave the frame, a bizarre donut-shaped UFO comes into focus and zooms around for several seconds.
You can see the whole incident in the video below:
The weird thing is that when UFOs are spotted near the space station, NASA usually cuts off the live feed. For some reason, they didn’t do it this time. That makes it seem even more suspicious.