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Conspiracy theorists were given a new reason to believe NASA is covering up proof of extraterrestrial life this week when a UFO was seemingly spotted flying by the International Space Station.

U.K. based believer John Craddick was teaching a friend how to use the NASA live feed last Friday when he spotted an unidentified object appearing to float above the planet.

Craddick said that the feed went dead at around 11:30 p.m. and an “object” appeared about “35 seconds after it came back on.”

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He explained to The Mirror:

“I’ve been watching [the live feed] for years but never seen any UFOs on it before… At first it was really small and then it grew bigger, lasting for about 25 seconds.”

Craddick believes the object is a UFO because “there’s nothing human which can fly that high” — however, there are some alternate explanations that could explain the sighting.

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NASA experts have pointed out that reflections from the station windows, camera lenses, or even lights from Earth often give the appearance of a UFO.

Other skeptics have explained past images as merely space junk or distant satellites that get caught by the bright light from the sun.

But the way this object mysteriously appears and momentarily hovers over the planet before retracting into the darkness, we think it’s more logical that aliens planned on landing but saw what was going on down here, said “nah, fuggit” and peaced out for some space pizza.

Do YOU think we had some extraterrestrial visitors at the ISS? Watch the video (below) and decide for yourself!

[Image via NASA.]

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