This is not a joke, but a real strange incident, which raised questions whether fireball footage captured by an astronaut on the International Space Station (ISS) was an attempt from NASA to cover evidence of the existence of extraterrestrial life or just a simple astronomical phenomenon, such as a meteorite entering the earth’s atmosphere and the whole nine yards.
While the International Space Agency claims that the object that was filmed as it entered Earth’s atmosphere was a meteor, the so-called alien hunters from SecureTeam10 claim that the object in question (as per the video evidence) was moving too slowly to be a meteor. Remember, these guys from SecureTeam10 are known for accusing NASA of covering up evidence of extraterrestrial life in the past, i.e. this is not their first encounter of the third kind with government officials.
The video-clip below was shot from the ISS by Paolo Nespoli, an Italian astronaut and it depicts a mysterious object entering Earth’s atmosphere. Despite NASA/ISS’ assurances that this is just a boring meteor or space debris, those guys at SecureTeam10 are convinced that there’s something more than meets the eye with this video, and their argument is interesting to say the least.
Mr Glockner, who is one of SecureTeam10’s experts is pretty much sure that’s not a meteor, as he was quoted as saying:
‘I don’t think it’s a meteorite at all. What many people may not realize is that this video is a time-lapse. You’re seeing the earth spinning at a high rate of speed and we see this flash of light coming from space.
‘It does look to be moving at 85mph (136 km/ph).
‘But when you account how fast the earth would have actually been moving, had this not been sped up, it would have been moving much, much slower. Speeds that are slower than even the slowest meteorites. Why did they do this? Why were they so adamant about publishing this when when they’ve never jumped on a story so fast?’
Mr Glockner also argues that the object enters the Earth atmosphere in a too steep an angle to be a meteor and he compares it to another ‘genuine’ meteorite that fell to our planet back in 2011, during the Perseid meteor shower. Check out the video, it’s pretty interesting: