August 12, 2015

Red UFO Gets Caught On Space Station Live Cam, Aug 2015, UFO Sighting News.

Date of sighting: Aug 10, 2015
Location of sighting: Space Station

This red object passed the space station this week and it was moving at an incredible speed. The object appears as a disk, but is probably round. I believe because of its speed, the camera was slower and stretched out the UFO, making it long. The space station this year installed to HD seven million dollar cameras. They catch everything. 
Scott C. Waring
www.ufosightingsdaily.com

Streetcap1 of Youtube states:
This looked like a projectile passing the ISS or possibly a glitch in the camera.

17 comments:

  1. Scott, what do you think of the photos I gave you?

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    1. Please go somewhere else for your personal chat. Its so annoying seeing you two chatting in the comments.

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  2. An another UFO alien craft going back to moon? When will our govts own up to knowing?

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  3. An another UFO alien craft going back to moon? When will our govts own up to knowing?

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  4. What you see is most likely space junk or a rock hitting the upper portions of the earth's atmosphere and emitting red light from its burn as it enters our gravitational field. Difficult to know how far out the object is from the station. This week is a major meteor shower observable from various parts of the world.

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    1. Sorry, not buying it. Nice try though.

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    2. That hasn't gone anywhere near the atmosphere! Do you see the trajectory? It's hammering from way before the earth and AIMING/HEADING. Straight past it! Pls learn about THE SPEED OF GRAVITY...
      SPEED OF LIGHT IS LIKE FIRST GEAR IN A CAR. Witch that was nearly doing but with quantum mechanics they use the speed of gravity to be pulled Instantaneously..Not pushed... Scott should be able to explain it properly to u. As I have no room left to explain
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  5. Red spheres over the San Bernardino Mountains in June 2015

    https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B_6Ttd4bTvYbS0N3TV8xNmg2Z00/view?usp=docslist_api

    https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B_6Ttd4bTvYbRktRY2xHbGJRVjQ/view?usp=docslist_api

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  6. Red spheres over the San Bernardino Mountains in June 2015

    https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B_6Ttd4bTvYbS0N3TV8xNmg2Z00/view?usp=docslist_api

    https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B_6Ttd4bTvYbRktRY2xHbGJRVjQ/view?usp=docslist_api

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  7. so scott and sean are now merging into one big something, any photo or video that is not referenced will be noticed, and questioned ............you guys are funny...hilarious

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  8. I saw a ball of red light about 8:30 pm august 11, 2015 time here in Philippines. When I first saw it seems like it's near so I took my iPad mini and took a video that lasts for about 20 secs. After the video the red light seems far and high like exiting earth then the red light disappear.

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  10. I saw a red light shoot across the Northern Hemisphere on 8/11/15 around 9:45-9:55 CST in Dallas, TX just before the Perseids Meteor Shower. I am no genius when it comes to Astronomy, but I can definitely tell this was not part of the shower. "When a meteor races through Earth’s atmosphere, its kinetic energy is converted into heat, making it glow white hot. That is what you see as the streak of light. That heat also strips electrons off of air molecules, converting them into ionized (electrically charged) gas, known as a plasma. Plasma reflects radar, so it is possible to see meteor trails—even during the middle of the day—by bouncing radar waves off them". It was RED and appeared to be much bigger than a meteor and much to close to the Earths atmosphere to be anything other than a UFO. Maybe this wasn't the same as in the video, but a coincidence seems highly unlikely given the fact I saw the same red beam of light shoot across the night sky sitting in my lawn chair with my 11yr old son waiting for a shower to start. That RED whatever it was, was definitely not a meteor. UFO!?! Most definitely in my opinion.

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