Uproar In The UFO/Alien Community After NASA Announces Its Plan To Shut Down ISS Live Stream For Good

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NASA announcement that it is shutting down the live video feed of the International Space Station (ISS) forever has caused an uproar in the UFO and alien community. Many UFO researchers think that the decision is the last ditch effort to cover-up UFO evidence.

NASA published the announcement on its website on July 29 saying that NASA Television’s Space Station Live program will be phased out and discontinued in August and on September 1 respectively.

Some enthusiasts think that the move to shutting down the live stream would allow NASA to edit things rather than just take them out. They further noted that the people own those cams and that NASA has no right to deprive the public of knowing the truth out there.

An enthusiast commented that space agency tried the same thing before, but forced to put the live feed back online because the public had opposed the decision.

However, some believe that there was never a live feed and NASA just make it appear a live stream using CGI.

There are multiple reports of UFO sightings in the ISS live feed. In July, alien researchers claimed to have discovered a video recording featuring an astronaut who seems to mention the code word for aliens (gospel). Some viewers of the video think the astronaut is talking about an exopolitical meeting between astronauts and aliens.

Alien hunters also accused NASA of interrupting live transmissions each time UFOs appear on the video screen. Shutting down the live stream permanently, according to some UFO hunters, would save the space agency from the trouble of having to close down the live stream when a UFO appears.

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  1. who else feels that NASA and certain Governments are getting prepared for something big, that Iss has the ability to see and reveal first if still transmitting at the time of this certain event, which they obviously do not want to happen, weather its a view of the incoming planet X or a massive flotilla of UFO ships heading our way, but there’s more to this than just hiding a few UFO’s, something else is coming that they already know about, BUT WHAT,…any ideas…????

  2. This is what happens when the government is too close to the truth. Remember, NASA is just another form of government that controls what is fed to the citizens. So, it’s no surprise here.
    Whether or not we see any telecasts from the ISS, it doesn’t matter. Millions of people have ways to capture UFOs through cameras, cell phones, go pro cams and such in today’s time, so it doesn’t matter that the ISS cameras are off.
    When are people going to wake up and realize that we DO NOT need any government to validate what we see or experience? We don’t need to watch their cameras aboard the ISS. We don’t need their approval. We don’t need them to know what’s really out there. Besides, we all know the BS they will try to explain away, anyway. Don’t let them take away your power. Get involved by doing your own investigating. That is the only way your going to really know for sure. Experience it for yourselves.

  3. Nasa already know that their aliens that visitor earth and aliens live on earth i have explain to Nasa about the United States military air force has secret space program with 24 warp drive saucer that arcoss galaxys! Ive ask nasa why are still living and working in 1970s years for Old school
    Rockets science when could have same state of art future science in warp dimensional drive in saucer in Quantum mechanics physics just like united states miltary air force had in saucer technologys! I never got reply from nasa because must like living in 1970 year than in real world 2016 and beyond in the future !

  4. We all know there is life in the universe other than our own . They have been visiting us for centuries. Nasa give in now make it common knowledge. Sammy England

  5. I’ve had numerous sightings all my life . I saw 3 different objects last weekend Saturday while watching iss . Its not fair for nasa to cut the live feed. Its to late its out there aliens are among us and they haven’t hert us . The world hasn’t ended. Please don’t shut it down . I need it . Its my hobby . Seeing alien objects above the earth just reminds me were not alone in this huge space . Sammy England

  6. STOP FUNDING PERIOD.. We pay for everything to start with . Lets start a petition to stop funding . Unless we have the final word on anything being done””

  7. This is BS!

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  8. The Citizens of the United States of America own NASA, we can go to our representatives in congress and tell them to stop funding NASA even though we would hate doing so. So keep the damn camera up and running live feed, no tape crap. You want to keep your jobs, keep the ISS LIVE FEED.

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