Alien Hunters Claim New Video of SpaceX's Dragon Capsule Shows a TR-3B UFO

Thursday, 13 December 2018 - 12:28PM
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Thursday, 13 December 2018 - 12:28PM
Alien Hunters Claim New Video of SpaceX's Dragon Capsule Shows a TR-3B UFO
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As we've said before, most UFO videos are recorded on the digital equivalent of a bent tin can, which often makes it difficult to tell an "alien spacecraft" apart from a jumble of pixels in a cloud. This time, however, we apparently have a video from the International Space Station that clearly depicts a large, white spacecraft...which is a SpaceX Dragon capsule. In the background, however, you can see something vaguely triangular fly by. Here's the video:



Here's the situation, according to the video's description:

"During the SpaceX mission on the 8th of December, the dragon spacecraft was welcomed by the International space station crew. Commander Alexander Gerst used the space station's big robotic arm to grab the cargo carrier, as the two craft soared 250 miles above the Pacific. During the procedure, SpaceX was streaming live footage taken from the ISS. At the beginning of the video we suddenly see a large triangular object flying behind the dragon capsule."

The video suggests that the object is a triangular spacecraft known as a "TR-3B," which, if you're a long-time reader of Outer Places, is basically what UFO hunters call anything triangle-shaped. Supposedly, the TR-3B is a secret, experimental type of spacecraft that was reversed engineered by the US or Russia at some point from a crashed alien ship, which makes it confusing when the video's creators speculate whether this is a video showing the first contact between aliens and humans.

We're going to bet that the triangular thing in the video is a piece of debris or something similar, mostly because the two other scenarios—"SpaceX left this video clip in to encourage disclosure of UFOs!" and "They forgot to censor this UFO footage!"—seem equally unlikely. Still, we're interested to find out what that thing is, considering that random debris floating around the ISS is usually not a good thing.
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