Over the past few months, numerous UFO sightings were allegedly picked up by the International Space Station. However, every time something mysterious or unexplainable showed up on the video feed, the live stream from the space station always gets cut.

This has led to speculations stating that NASA has been tampering with the ISS feed and intentionally cutting its broadcast the moment an alien spacecraft comes into view. NASA, together with the U.S. government, are allegedly in cohorts with each other in order to suppress information about extraterrestrials who visit the planet.

While this notion screams conspiracy theory all over, it does have its merits. In fact, UFO hunters are actually correct. NASA might state that the ISS feeds are cut without their control, but the fact that the inconsistencies in the live stream always happen when something mysterious appears is very suspicious.

Recently, another incident involving the ISS' live stream has caught the eye of UFO aficionados across the globe. Captured by prominent UFO YouTuber and UFO hunter Screencap1, the image in question looked like a bright light just above the Earth. Once the light showed up, the ISS feed was immediately cut.

Due to the distance of the object, and its lack of details, numerous skeptics have emerged, stating that the image was simply a lens flare from the ISS' camera. The UFO hunter, however, expressly disagrees with this assumption.

"Unidentified Object is brighter on the left side due to the light from the Sun, so not lens flare," the UFO hunter stated.

Other UFO aficionados have embraced the image of the mysterious object, with another prominent UFO YouTuber, SecureTeam 10, lauding Streetcap1 for managing to capture the mysterious object before NASA was able to cut the ISS' live stream.

Prominent UFO analyst Scott Waring has also weighed in on the sighting, stating that the object is actually quite close to the ISS.

"This blue-glowing UFO was seen near the space station yesterday by Streetcap1 of YouTube. It appears far away, but it is not. It is actually very close to the space station, but higher up so it appears distant," Waring said.