And conspiracy theorists claim the US space agency hurriedly cut the ISS cameras, that were being shown online, once the ‘donut UFO’ came into view.
The latest clip was uploaded to YouTube by channel Sonofmabarker, with the narrator saying he “could not believe his eyes”.
He said: “Could not believe my eyes when I saw this UFO in a live feed from the International Space Station.
“NASA did cut the feed but only after I recorded this. Leave your comments.”
Although, the video maker made no suggestion the UFO was of alien origin, other websites have taken that giant leap.
Scott C Waring, who runs ufosightingsdaily.com, gave an extraordinary verdict on the footage.
He said: “It’s a great example of an orb craft in space.
“Notice that there looks to be a hole in its centre.
“That’s not what is happening. What you really see is a wall becoming transparent so that the aliens can see directly through it to view the space station…even aliens get bored of watching computer scenes and want to see with their own eyes.”
He did not explain where his evidence for this assumption came from.
Just days earlier rival channel Streetcap1 uploaded footage of another bright anomaly, amid claims its appearance also led to the live feed being cut.
Alien conspiracy theorists have been uploading clips of anomalies shown on the ISS live stream camera accompanied by repeated claims they are evidence of alien space craft monitoring the space station, and that NASA regularly shuts down its cameras when they appear.
But what is really going on?
There have been several of the ‘donut UFOs’ in uploaded footage, but more sceptical UFO investigators have already proved these to be nothing more than lens flares.
Lens flares occur when light refracts inside the camera and then it appears on the projected image.
Scott Brando, a forensic UFO investigator, who runs website ufoofinterest.org, has uploaded his own clips from the live stream which show exactly how the ‘donuts’ are caused by sunlight hitting the ISS camera.
But in his video released last week, Streetcap1 said he could rule out the bright anomaly seen as being a lens flare.
So what was it?
Mr Brando has released his own video in response to Streetcap1’s claims, which strongly suggest the bright object was simply a star or planet.
Mr Brando also provided earlier footage which showed that NASA had not cut the live feed on earlier occasions when it has been visible for lengthy periods.
Subtitles on his video said: “Streetcap1 loves to cut and share very short clips from ISS live stream, without showing the original sources and full sequences.
“As in the previous similar cases the same thing was visible during each of the orbit sunrises.
“If NASA was trying to censor it they would have done so each time – right?”
NASA, which appears very resilient to ongoing claims that it is covering up evidence of planets and lens flares, also insists no UFOs have ever been recorded, and the anomalies are lens flares or reflections.
It says the camera goes to a blue screen, only when there is a loss of signal.
Who do you believe?
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