UFO Hunters Rage Over Mysterious White Object Spotted in NASA Launch Footage
by Jeff Parsons November 26, 2017 (mirror.co.uk)
• People are taking another look at a NASA video of a shuttle launch on May 16, 2011. At 1:44 an angular white object appears close to the shuttle Endeavor’s spent fuel tank.
• The YouTube channel that posted it claims that it is the “White Knight” satellite, ‘a rumoured extra-terrestrial craft that has been secretly orbiting the Earth for thousands of years’ (an apparent companion to the more famous “Black Knight” mystery satellite).
• [Editor’s Note] Comments from viewers identify the white UFO as something ordinary ranging from space debris to ice. Commenter “bangbang” points out that at 4:33 another white anomaly can be seen in the lower left hand corner of the video.
A strange white object has been spotted in archive footage of a NASA shuttle launch that took place in 2011.
Predictably, UFO hunters across the internet have been sent 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.
Originally posted on NASA’s official YouTube channel, the old footage 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”.
According to the channel’s interpretation, the strange object is 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.
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