March 25, 2014

Updated: NASA shuts down ISS Cams Due To UFOs, March 2014, UFO Sighting News @NASA @NASAKennedy


Updated: (March 31, 2014) Hey guys, I just got a message from a reader that the NASA live cam site changed their message. It now reads, “Thanks to your feedback, the ISS live! clock has been extended.” How long the cam still has has not been said, but it seems NASA wants to keep this out of the news. 

Thank you everyone for your sharing of the NASA cams post on Facebook, Twitter and other sites. Its so wonderful that others also care about this and your sharing has saved these live cams. It wasn’t me, it was each of you who did it. As I said last week, if we believe we can do it, then we will. Thank you from the bottom of my heart. SCW

NASA Live ISS Cam:  http://www.nasa.gov/multimedia/nasatv/iss_ustream.html#.Uy-HMty2z8s
2nd site (Camera down): http://spacestationlive.nasa.gov/index.html

Yes, they installed two 17 million dollar HD cams to to earn money using the ISS to sell satellite photos. Yes, NASA says they will shut down the live public cams due to budget cuts, even thought the Canada company selling the photos will pay NASA a crap load of cash yearly. So the "budget cuts" excuse is a lie. The truth is they want to stop the viewers from seeing the UFOs at the ISS and posting them to Youtube. Please share this post to save the cams. 

Since January of 2014, new recordings of UFOs seen on ISS live cam could be found on Youtube every 3-5 day, thats up form every 13-20 day last year. Recently NASA has installed two HD cameras on the space station on several hard to do space walks and the consequences of those actions are becoming apparent to NASA...disclosing UFO in HD will soon be possible, but only if you pay out the nose to use it. Its one thing to have a blurry photo of an object moving around the ISS using the regular old cams, but totally another thing to see it in high definition so well that its like looking at the UFO an arms length away from you. They say the cameras can spy on object as small as 1-5 meters on earths surface, so imagine how powerful a tool this could be in the hands of an UFO researcher. 

On the second site above, I clicked the link and suddenly I see the cam already says no signal. How it could work on the 1st site, but not the second site is bewildering. In bold yellow letters at the bottom of the site it state, "ISS live cam to be retired in two weeks. Submit concerns to NASA official Jennifer B. Price for more information." 

The fact that sightings have increased this year at the ISS cam and the installation of the two hard to install HD cams last month tell us that NASA does have something to hide from the public. You can send her message about it at this email, jsc-isslive@mail.nasa.gov, but don't expect a real answer. Most likely they will make up some story about budget cuts, but the HD cameras cost over $17 million US dollars to make and is owned by a Canadian and Russian company who can see objects on earth that are 1-5 meters and plans on selling the photos for profit! So NASA will roll in the money soon from the sold photos from space, yet the public is screwed out of the deal by not getting free use of the cams. Basically the ISS 2 HD cams are now there to spy for hire and not for the public use. NASA is making a massive profit from this deal, but still doesn't want the public from even using the ancient non HD cams installed at the ISS. Rather, they want to save their reputation from ridicule about UFOs visiting the ISS and shut the cams down all cams of public use. This is not the TRANSPARENCY that Obama promised us all. SCW

13 comments:

  1. This is outrageous...we all have paid to put the ISS together and keep it running with tax dollars...we are owed the right to know what is going on and to have the live cams available to us

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    1. The ISS will turn into a spy satellite with those 2 HD cams. The countries around the world wont like that either.

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  2. Actually Scott, the second linked website is what is being shut off due to issues with that website. UStream and NASA's main webpage (the first link) will still be carrying the live ISS feed.

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    1. UStream is just a host site for cams. When NASA stops streaming...the link USstream uses will stop with it.

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  3. I am disabled and I don't get out much. I truly enjoy the experience of watching the earth from the ISS, and it would be like a punishment for them to take this away from people like me. Cindy In Texas.

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    1. Absolutely. There are many other reasons to keep this cam other than UFOs. Education, pleasure, and amazement at seeing the ISS every day.

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  4. Hi, hard to say what it is docked at the station but it is clear that something is there and even a little moving, you can see it when you look at the part that covers the station. By chance I found something that is similar in shape to that object, maybe it is who knows ... http://youtu.be/0J3JYv2Lsyc

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  5. Hi, hard to say what it is docked at the station but it is clear that something is there and even a little moving, you can see it when you look at the part that covers the station. By chance I found something that is similar in shape to that object, maybe it is who knows ... http://youtu.be/0J3JYv2Lsyc

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  6. It says on the second link that "Thanks to your feedback the Live stream has been 'extended'". Meaning even though the public backlashed, they are only extending it for a brief period of time. WTF?! I reported this news to CNN about the ISS shutdown though popular public interest and money wants to keep it running.

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  7. This ISS live stream broadcast was "extended" due to "interest" on the retweet. I am helping to make this live streaming permanent by getting CNN/Foxnews articles out there to the public and so the backlash can mount to force the governments hand into keeping them running.

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    1. Wow, such great news. Thank you for letting me know and for helping to save the cams.

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  8. They are cutting it off and now the Trio shuttle is delayed docking to ISS for a day. They say small engine failure. I say possibly not enough parking for everybody.

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