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The full video shows that the UFO was stationary and appeared to be docked with the ISS. The UFO is seen clearly in relation to the ISS thereby allowing for an accurate estimate of its size. One estimate was 10 meters in length. While the earth slowly rotates, the UFO remains stationary suggesting it is not a lensflare, glare, reflected image or other kind of camera anomaly. A schematic of the ISS (see attached picture) shows the UFO was docked between the Soyuz escape module and the Russian research and service module. If a UFO was to dock with the ISS, this would be one of the five active docking locations where it could so in order for personnel to be transferred on to the ISS.
Yesterday the entire footage of what appears to be a UFO docked at the International Space State (ISS) was released and uploaded to Youtube. The video shows the sleek looking yellow UFO docked at the ISS for just over two minutes with the Earth slowly rotating in the background. The video ends with ISS live feed going into blue screen mode. This likely indicates that NASA cut the ISS live feed once it was realized that the video of the UFO docked at the ISS was going live to the world. The docking positioning of the UFO suggests that it is not the result of a camera anomaly but a genuine spacecraft of unknown origin.
Rosetta’s computer is programmed to re-establish contact with Earth on 20 January, starting with an ‘alarm clock’ at 10:00 GMT. Immediately afterwards, the spacecraft’s startrackers will begin to warm up, taking around six hours. Rosetta will then send a signal to Earth to announce that it is awake. The first window of opportunity to receive a signal is between 17:30-18:30 GMT.
TDRS-L will be launched aboard a United Launch Alliance Atlas V rocket which will send it 22,300 miles into orbit. NASA launched the TDRS-K satellite on Jan. 31, 2013 and the space agency said the TDRS-L is almost identical to that satellite. Due to the familiarity with the design and testing of the satellite, NASA said the pre-launch has gone “very smoothly.” Brett Perkins, launch site integration manager at Astrotech, said in a statement, “It’s fun when everything goes right and so far the flow has gone really smoothly. The fact that nothing has gone wrong with this flow took a lot of the stress out of it.”
The location of the docking is very suggestive. Was this a veiled warning by the UFO’s occupants involving the lives of the ISS astronauts? Was there some kind of communication between the ISS and the UFO’s occupants? If the UFO had occupants, did they actually enter the ISS? Finally, why the blue screen at the end of the live video feed, was this done by NASA to cover up what was happening at the ISS which was possibly an unannounced visit? NASA has a lot of questions to answer.
According to NASA, TDRS-L will bolster its communications between ground and orbiting spacecraft. TDRS-L will join 10 other satellites in the system and will communicate with the International Space Station, the Hubble Space Telescope and other scientific satellites. Tim Dunn, NASA launch director, said of TDRS-L and the TDRS system in a statement, “The TDRS constellation brings back all of the data and video that we see every day from the International Space Station. TDRS also supports all of the data from the Hubble Space Telescope and all of our low Earth orbit NASA science missions.”