A video captured by the cameras aboard the International Space Station (EIS) could finally prove right avid seekers of extraterrestrial life. In the video, you can distinguish a strange formation that— many assure— is an alien spaceship, specifically the so-called Black Knight Satellite.
Even though the image itself isn’t crystal clear (as in most cases), UFO enthusiasts argue that we can clearly see the shape of the Black Knight Satellite.
The enigmatic alien vehicle has created quite a buzz in the last couple of years.
The discovery of the Black Knight Satellite is perhaps one of the most (in) famous space objects to orbit our Planet. This “Artificial Satellite” has caused major media interest since the late 50’s, and it has become one of the most talked about objects in space. First thought to be a Russian spy satellite, the Black Knight has gripped the interest of millions worldwide.
The story of the Black Knight made its media debut in the 1940’s when the St. Louis Dispatch and The San Francisco Examiner wrote about the “Satellite” on May 14th, 1954. The Time Magazine wrote about it on the seventh of March, 1960.
According to UFOlogists, the enigmatic alien satellite has been keeping an eye on our civilization for over 13,000 years.
Over the years—especially since the ISS got its live feed installed—the Black Knight Satellite, and countless other ‘alien’ objects have been identified by millions of people around the globe.
This new video, uploaded by UFO hunter Streetcap1 argues that the enigmatic alien vehicle is clearly visible and that it’s not a thermal blanket as many skeptics have claimed.
In fact, the eery object doesn’t really resemble any known man-made object orbiting our planet. Its orbit is odd, and its design and shape are most definitely what you’d expect to see from an alien spaceship (not that we’d know).
UFO hunters argue that there are no solar panels attached to the main body which has led many to conclude that it must employ and rely on an unknown propulsion system.
NASA doesn’t speak out much about alleged UFO sightings but when it does, the American Space Agency usually agrees that most UFOs are either shadows, lights from the International Space Station, and space debris.
Interestingly, when in 1963 Gordon Cooper was launched into space, on his final orbit, he reported seeing a glowing green object in front of his capsule in the distance moving towards his Spacecraft.
The Muchea tracking station, in Australia, which Cooper reported the object to, picked up this unidentified object on Radar traveling east to West. NBC reported this, but after Cooper had returned to Earth, the Reporter were not allowed to ask Cooper about the unidentified object. The official explanation given to Coopers sighting were “high levels of carbon dioxide, which caused hallucinations”.
Interestingly, in 1957, an unknown “object” was seen “shadowing” the Sputnik 1 Spacecraft. According to reports, the “unidentified object” was in Polar orbit, at that time The United Stated nor the Russians possessed the technology to maintain a spacecraft in Polar Orbit. According to our research, the first Polar-orbiting satellite was launched in 1960.
Polar orbits are often used for earth-mapping, earth observation, capturing the earth as time passes from one point and reconnaissance satellites. This would put the Black Knight in the category of an observational Satellite, the only question here is, who placed The Black Knight in a polar orbit and for what purpose?