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If The Satellite Feed From NASA Is Cut After UFO Sighting, Does It Mean ISS Is Hiding Aliens? – The Inquisitr

If a live satellite feed from NASA cuts out after a UFO is sighted, does it make a sound? You know, like the tree falling in the forest…okay, maybe not. Then does it mean the ISS is hiding proof of UFOs or aliens?

The Universe

It would be presumptuous of us to believe we are the only living beings in the entire universe. We certainly cannot be the only intelligent beings — and judging by the state of the world today and the actions of some, “intelligent” is a somewhat relative term.

To get an idea of the size of the universe in order to contemplate even the slightest possibility that there is “life out there” other than just us, here are a few size-related facts to consider:

  • the speed of light is about 300,000 km/sec. (approximately 186,411 miles/second)
  • in one second, light can travel around the earth about seven times
  • the sun’s light takes eight minutes to reach Earth
  • one light-year is actually a distance of how far a light beam travels in one year (approximately 6T (trillion) miles)
  • the Earth and sun are in the Milky Way galaxy
  • “The visible universe contains around 100B galaxies. Each one of those galaxies contains around 100B stars.”
  • the light from some stars and galaxies has taken up to 13B years to get here traveling at the speed of light, which means the light we see is, in essence, 13B years old
  • the visible universe — that which we can see — is about 13B light years from Earth (this doesn’t count what is beyond that, which we cannot see or have not seen yet)

In short, the universe is big. Really big.

The Feed

NASA is presently running a “High Definition Earth Viewing” (HDEV) video experiment. Several cameras are mounted externally, directly on the International Space Station (ISS), that are aimed toward Earth and send a satellite video feedback to Earth.

However, NASA is being accused of cutting the live feed intentionally from its satellite source after a UFO — which, by definition means “unidentified flying object,” which could mean anything at all including a meteor, not just a possible alien spaceship — entered the Earth’s atmosphere. But reporting that it’s just a meteor is so boring, so we’ll stick with a possible alien spaceship.

Conspiracy theorists say it is not the first time live satellite feed has been cut right after an unidentified object has been seen, and in fact NASA has addressed this issue before, even several times this year already. But the truth is much more technical, and much less exciting.

“This experiment includes several commercial HD video cameras aimed at the Earth, which are enclosed in a pressurized and temperature-controlled housing. The experiment is on automatic controls to cycle through the various cameras.” Which means, as explained by Daniel Huot, a NASA spokesperson, it’s automatic; no human is at the controls to make a decision to cut the feed no matter what is visible.

Also, we have to remember it’s live, and from space, and travels in and out of range for signals. How many times has your cable cut out and that’s just from a local Time Warner office? The conspiracy theorists ask, “but this is NASA. Don’t they have great signal?”

“It gives us a very good coverage area, but you do lose signal occasionally—anywhere from a couple of seconds to a couple of minutes. It varies from day to day,” a NASA representative told Popular Mechanics.

The Aliens or UFOs or Whatever

Area 51? Roswell? California? (They’ve had over 11,000 UFO sightings since 1998.) We have all heard the stories of aliens and UFO crash sites. Some have been circulating since the ’40s. Certainly at least some could be true?

Back to the universe being big, really big, whether it is full-blown aliens who look like people, or nice little aliens like ET, or bigger, vicious aliens like in Alien or Independence Day, or whether they wear our skins like in Men in Black, (you’ve seen them all, be honest), or they are space worms who make their own coffee and weave their own space silk, the thought that we might be the only living entities in the universe seems preposterous.

The question is, would NASA cut the satellite feed if there was a UFO sighted entering the Earth’s atmosphere? Wouldn’t the ISS still have video proof of such a thing? Obviously what was on YouTube was caught and shared. Are they trying to hide proof of aliens? NASA says, “[n]o unidentifiable objects have been seen from the ISS.” Is that the truth? Would we be able to handle the truth?

[Photo by NASA via Getty Images]

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