UFO hunters went into a frenzy saying that NASA astronauts on board the International Space Station managed to spot a UFO in space that strongly resembles the legendary Black Knight.
An ‘alien ship’ passed the sky, say UFO hunters, however, NASA allegedly ignored the evidence.
The YouTube Channel UFO Today wrote: “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 brews on earth. What was this object? Let me know in the comment! Kind regards! UFO Today.”
Moreover, the channel mentioned in the video that the mysterious object orbiting Earth could, in fact, be the Black Knight – a supposed alien satellite for which is believed it’s been orbiting our planet since ancient times.
Here is the video:
However, not everyone believes in the existence of the Black Knight. There was even a theory back in 1998 explaining the alleged true background of the object.
According to experts, this object is only space junk, in particular, a chunk of the thermal shield that astronauts lost while repairing the International Space Station.
Of course, on the other side, there are those who don’t buy this idea. They think NASA is hiding something more beyond this.
The story about the Black Knight first came public in the 1940s, when the St. Louis Dispatch and The San Francisco Examiner wrote about it. In 1960, the Time Magazine also wrote regarding this weird object.
“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.]