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UFO hunters have experienced a resurgence of interest in one of the most bizarre UFO mysteries of the past few decades. Space watchers and UFO enthusiasts have been putting renewed pressure on the space agency NASA to open up about the photograph they took on the STS-100 mission in 2001 which appears to show a number of UFOs traveling in formation in the vicinity of the International Space Station.
The mysterious image initially appeared on NASA’s online archives of photographs taken in the course of various space travel missions, but it was swiftly deleted from the image bank once individuals began to question what was depicted in it. The space agency has a history of deleting potentially compromising images that appear to show UFOs in this solar system which has led to many people arguing that the space agency is attempting to cover up the existence a highly intelligent alien civilization which operates in close proximity to Earth.
While the image caused quite a storm at the time, most people within the UFO hunter community forgot about it as the years went by. However, there has been renewed interest in the peculiar image owing to the Black Vault, a UFO website, which has reviewed the case recently. Workers for the Black Vault focussed on the claims made by skeptics who suggested that the UFOs in the image were actually nothing more than a photographic anomaly caused by long exposure of moving objects or multiple images laid on top of one another. Researchers at the Black Vault attempted to disprove this explanation by demonstrating how images actually look when space debris is caught on long exposure or when several photographs are laid on top of one another. The images that they produced looked nothing like the mysterious photograph which was taken by NASA cameras of the UFO formation back in 2001.
This is not the first time that NASA has come under pressure, to tell the truth about unusual images captured in the course of their exploration missions. However, if history is a guide, the space agency will maintain a stony silence about these images which they tend to prefer to cover up as much as they can.
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