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A fleet of UFOs has been observed flying past the International Space Station (ISS) according to a UFO magazine. These objects were sighted on 28 Feb, 2013. The magazine has included a report of the incident.


The UFO enthusiast, who created the report, also mentioned how NASA has not disclosed such information to the public, as has been unable to explain the nature of these sightings. Only additional research will help us understanding the nature of these sightings.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=wFIFSInMcUg&list=UUhMP5nRHcz0RxoMm0qRR2uw

http://www.agoracosmopolitan.com/news/ufo_extraterrestrials/2013/03/04/5486.html

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They have also been spotted on several space shuttle flights.

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Could be debris in space? There is plenty of that.

Nah, too rational.
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It looks like fairly stationary objects to me and it's the ISS moving...
I'm not saying it was Aliens... but... Aliens [obligatory]

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I suspect stars.

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No... it's my flying monkeys. They managed to get out of their cage again. They are a pain to get back. *sigh*

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i was thinking space debris as well.

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[quote name='astropheed' timestamp='1362448218' post='595558178']
It looks like fairly stationary objects to me and it's the ISS moving...
I'm not saying it was Aliens... but... Aliens [obligatory]
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Stationary objects would be more likely to be debris than moving objects.. because.. you know.. gravity of the Earth and all..

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[quote name='Tuishimi' timestamp='1362500261' post='595559326']
No... it's my flying monkeys. They managed to get out of their cage again. They are a pain to get back. *sigh*
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Dammit Iran! Now everyone thinks they can have their own space monkeys.

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[quote name='Hum' timestamp='1362500035' post='595559314']
I suspect stars.
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If you suspect stars, WTF do you bother posting all this nonsense?

Geez.
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Space Junk.. Looks to be space junk..

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[quote name='ahhell' timestamp='1362508999' post='595559640']
If you suspect stars, WTF do you bother posting all this nonsense?

Geez.
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I thought for a second his sig was apart of the image comparison shots LOL

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From the article:
[quote]we do not have the required funds for supporting such research. UFO readers have donated less than $30 to such research out of a needed $5000[/quote]

:rofl:

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Could be anything. Debris is the most rational answer, but it looks to me like ice particles.

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[quote name='Hum' timestamp='1362500035' post='595559314']
I suspect stars.
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I have news for you: [b]Stars do not move.[/b]

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^ Technically, stars do.

My thinking was the Station was moving, not the lighted objects.

The lights are spread out from each other, and don't seem to be going very fast.

I would think a 'fleet' would run closer together.

I wonder what the big light at the top of the video is -- the Moon, or Venus ... ?

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UFO's is exactly what they are.

Unidentified
Floating
Objects

No one knows what they are, so UFO fits the bill perfectly.

Doesn't mean its aliens just because you don't know what it is. That kind of logic is just as dumb as the theists saying "god did it".
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UFO also does not mean that it was [i]not[/i] an alien craft. ;)


[b] UFO[/b]
[yoo-ef-oh or, sometimes, yoo-foh]

[color=#333333]noun,[/color] [color=#333333]plural[/color] [color=#333333]UFO's,[/color] UFOs.
any unexplained moving [url="http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/object"]object[/url] observed in the sky, especially one assumed by some observers to be [color=#333333]of[/color] [color=#333333]extraterrestrial[/color] [color=#333333]origin.[/color]

http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/UFO?s=t

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People usually completely fail at understanding the scale, distance and speed of objects in space.

generally, by the time you can actually see an object in space it'll be so close it'll be gone again in less than a second, or it'll move so fast relative to you you won't actually see it.

Space is huge, objects move ridiculously fast.
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They always just fly past Earth, never stop here. Nothing to see here. We're so far behind in technology they just don't bother with us.

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It's clearly swamp gas.
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Always with the blurry photos.

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^ Something miles away, in the dark, with not the best equipment, is likely to be blurry.

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[quote name='Hum' timestamp='1362689746' post='595564734']
^ Something miles away, in the dark, with not the best equipment, is likely to be blurry.
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SWAMP. GAS.
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