A man believes he may have found proof aliens exist after analysing a video shot from outside the International Space Station.
Extra-terrestrial enthusiast and YouTube user Streetcap1 uploaded footage, titled “UFO fires red beam at the ISS?” showing a recent live stream from outside the space station.
The vlogger believes it shows an alien spacecraft making contact with the station via a “red beam”.
Streetcap1 zooms in on the footage and points out a “red light coming from them and going to the space station” with lights appearing in the background. He says “it could be lens flare” but doesn’t know what’s causing it.
"These lights appeared next to the space station,” he says.
"I checked the pre-archive footage and they don't appear on any other footage as far as I can see.”
The YouTube user says NASA appeared to zoom the camera away from the “spacecraft”, and many viewers feel he may have spotted footage of aliens.
“Thank you Streetcap, it looks like another vehicle,” one user commented.
“I know you said that it could be lens flair, but really, we know that's not lens flair.”
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Another suggested the “series of red lights looks like the lights of some huge vessel (mothership if you prefer)”.
But not everyone is convinced. One user said the “red beam” were lasers from NASA.
NASA’s website states it’s been using Optical Payload for Lasercomm Science beams to deliver packets of information. It said this method is faster than transmission by radio waves from Earth.