Date of sighting: January 12, 1986 (reported this week).
Location of sighting: Earths Orbit, on Space Shuttle Columbia
Mission: 24th, STS-61-C
Above photo (gif) taken from Shuttle window. The shuttle has Ten. Six on the front of the flight deck, two on the roof of the flight deck, and two on the rear of the flight deck to watch payload bay operations.
To take the photo they used a famous hand held camera called the Hasselblade with only a 100mm lens on it. That lens for your info is a really low end lens that usually comes with the camera. The gif image (above) you see the astronaut using the camera and his lens changes to a massive zoom that looks to be 700-1000mm so we know he tried to get a closer view of the UFO, but did NASA share the close up photos with the public...hell no! They also used Kodak film with a natural exposure.
Also NASA states in the images that there is SPACE DEBRIS (they say in caps) in the photo, so they did see the UFO! Of course Debris is the new NASA term for "weather balloon." They use those words as code to label UFOs. But overall this tells us 100% that the triangle was not a mistake in photography as most skeptics like to believe, because it makes them feel safe and secure in their tiny way of thinking.
PS: Most UFO sites are saying these photos were taken from the ISS (International Space Station) and that would be impossible since these photos were taken in 1986 and the ISS had it's first component launched in 1998.