‘Alien craft’ spotted near International Space Station, claims ‘UFO expert’

A UFO enthusiast reckons he's caught sight of a UFO 'trying not to frighten astronauts' while they were out on a spacewalk near the International Space Station.

Self-professed expert Scott C. Waring claims he has been watching the ISS cam for over 15 years, enough to know that the glowing object he saw has the 'shape and colour' of an alien spacecraft.

He share stills of the small white object he spotted in the distance on April 18, 2022 from the NASA footage and believes the SpaceX capsule and the moon could be ruled out as explanations.

Writing on his blog, UFO Sightings Daily, Waring said: "Now this is really confusing at what this could be. I know it's not the SpaceX capsule because it would not be docking or leaving while there is a spacewalk going on because it would jeopardize the safety of the astronauts.

"I also know that this is not the moon, since I have watched this cam for over 15 years and have seen the moon many times, it much bigger than this.

"This object has the shape and colour of an alien craft. Notice how it hangs back, watching the astronauts do a spacewalk from a distance.

"Perhaps they are there not only to observe but to lend a hand in case of emergencies. If the spacewalk goes bad, an astronaut could die before he or she gets back into the space station.

"These aliens are clearly not trying to hide, and yet, not trying to frighten the astronauts."

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The news comes after a gran believes she captured 'flaming UFOs' on film after spotting two mysterious objects shooting flying above her home.

Lynn Murphy, 62, first noticed the strange objects in the sky above her property in Connah's Quay, North Wales, at around 6pm on March 16.

The mum-of-three quickly grabbed her phone and managed to film the white orbs slowly moving through the air before disappearing out of view.

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