Conspiracy theorists have likened the strange object spotted on the NASA telescope to an “Independence Day” craft
A flying saucer-shaped UFO has been captured “watching” NASA’s Hubble Telescope, a renowned conspiracy theorist has claimed.
Tyler Glockner – of YouTube channel secureteam10 – noticed the bizarre sight as he trawled through NASA pictures this week.
In his video, a bright light can be seen in the background of the telescope, above Earth.
He goes to zoom in and discovers the “craft” is shaped just like a flying saucer.
“If you look in the distance, almost as if there’s something sitting and watching the Hubble telescope, there appears to be something alien,” Tyler said in the video.
“This looks alien to me, it’s not just the light but looks like a flying saucer.
“It almost looks like it’s flying head on with the telescope, it could be something passing by.
“It looks like something was captured here in space – there’s almost more UFO sightings captured above Earth then on the planet.
“It seems like these things are buzzing by like rush-hour traffic and when NASA is not busy cutting the feed and hiding these things from us, we get to see some pretty cool pieces of evidence.
“Could this be a satellite? It could be but I don’t know of any satellite that looks like a flying saucer.”
The fascinating footage has garnered more than 80,000 views since it was posted to YouTube on October 19.
Hundreds commented their thoughts, with one writing: “That saucer by the Hubble is probably some man-made, reverse engineered contraption.
“I’m sure the ISS are informed of when and where the magic will be, while we remain clueless.”
Another added: “The ship in the Hubble pic looks like the small craft from Independence Day in my opinion.”
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