- Unidentified mass was found on South Georgia Island in South Atlantic Ocean
- Web theorists used satellite mapping to zoom in and examine the object closely
- Footage of the mysterious ‘spaceship’ has been viewed more than 150,000 times
Alien hunters are convinced a mysterious object spotted on Google Earth is a crash-landed spaceship.
The unidentified mass was discovered near Antarctica on the remote South Georgia Island in the South Atlantic Ocean, where just 20 people live.
Web theorists at well-known alien site Secureteam10 used satellite mapping to zoom in and get a closer look at the alleged spaceship near the 10,000ft tall Mount Paget.
Bizarre tracks can be seen running up behind the object, suggesting it slid through the snow for some distance before coming to a halt.
Footage of the strange mass published on YouTube on Saturday has been viewed more than 150,000 times.
While some believe it is the work of extra-terrestrials, many say it is just a rock which has been pushed along from a nearby glacier.
Other YouTubers didn’t appear to take the sighting very seriously.
‘Umm thats when Superman crashed into that mountain in the 1st Snyder Superman movie,’ wrote one.
‘Its Santa’s sleigh,’ said another.
Secureteam10 describe themselves as ‘the fastest growing research outlet and source for data’ on aliens and UFOs.
Their Facebook page is followed and liked by nearly 165,000 people.
The team say their mission is ‘exposing the alien cover up, one leak at a time’.
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