Strange lights were shown on NASA Live Broadcast flying near STS-135 (ISS assembly flight ULF7), the final mission of the American Space Shuttle.
STS-135 uses hardware originally processed for the STS-335 contingency mission, as the Launch On Need (LON) rescue mission designated to support STS-134 was not ultimately needed. The mission launched on 8 July and is scheduled to land on 20 July 2011.
I streamed the launch live on nasa.com. Just before seperation of the main fuel tank I noticed an object just above the horizon of the earth go from left to right and then take a sharp ninety degree turn straight down and out of sight. When I went back to look at the footage again, nasa cut the launch video short. Now the video only goes until the solid rocket boosters seperate. Obviously
Man that guy is fat.
At least now we wont have to worry about nasa lying anymore about space debris being in the space shuttle's camera view. This is clearly a sighting and even until the end they relay a total different message about the sightings..good bye to all the liars in the control room..
What people don't understand is, when the world is over taken by ETs NASA will still say it ain't so.