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Could this be a cover up? Three UFOs caught on video leaving Earth – before NASA cut the live feed

By Mirror | June 29th 2015

USA: A new video allegedly showing an alien craft has been captured from a NASA live feed and uploaded to YouTube.

The live feed from the International Space Station was mysteriously cut by the space agency, but it shows three blurry UFOs leaving the Earth's atmosphere and flying into space.

Uploaded to YouTube last weekend, the video has already been viewed over 400,000 times.

Plenty of conspiracy theorists have jumped on the footage as yet more proof of alien visitors.

"I just adore how they [NASA] cut the feed off, they make it so obvious they know what's going on too," wrote one commenter.

Another wrote: "I say multi-dimensional spaceships. The Anunnaki were said to be multi-dimensional, so they probably had/have spaceships that are multi-dimensional too."

Of course, there is always the possibility that the footage have been doctored or changed somehow before it was uploaded.

NASA hasn't offered any official comment on the footage. But the message the space agency posts after cutting the feed reads:

"Please stand by. The High Definition Earth Viewing experiment is either switching cameras, or we are experiencing a temporary loss of signal with the International Space Station."

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