Date of sighting: Between Oct 7, 2012 and Oct 18, 2002
Location of sighting: Earths Orbit
Total STS112 mission time: 10 days, 19 hours, 58 minutes
Goal: Atlantis was to deliver a Starboard truss to the ISS
These two NASA photos were taken during the STS-112 mission. In these two photos from the NASA archives is a blue glowing UFO not far away. It looks egg shaped, but I do believe that it's wide disk-shaped.
This might be a UFO, but I do believe there is a high probability that this is in the hands of the USAF. Let me explain in more detail.
In the early morning hours of May 14th 2008, multiple eyewitnesses in Needles, California saw a large blue glowing object fall from the sky. This object had a blue turquoise hue around it. At 3 AM, 15 minutes after the crash, many residents said many black unmarked vehicles with government plates entered the city heading to the area. Five military helicopters were seen over the UFO crash site including one Sikorsky S-64 Skycrane helicopter. This Skycrane was seen lifting up the blue glowing object and carrying it away (said eyewitness Bob who watched from his house boat.)
Bob said he was lounging out on the upper deck of his houseboat when he spotted the UFO coming down from the sky. He watched it as it passed over him. It appeared that the UFO was consumed in flames. He saw the blue object crash into the ground at a 45 degree angle somewhere 100 yards west of the Colorado River on the California side. He was close enough to see it hit and then bounce one time. He heard a loud noise like a thump, but no explosion. He picked up his satellite phone to call 911 and it stopped working...this had never happened to his phone before. Soon military helicopters were swarming over the area and buzzed over his houseboat hitting him with their lights.
Bob watched as the Skycrane picked up the object, stating "It was about the size of a simi trailer. An oblong shaped thing."
I do believe these are photos of that blue UFO Bob saw crash in May 2008. This looks like its the USAF Top Secret craft, possibly called Project Aurora. Scott C. Waring