A "twinkling green light" that was captured on film "flying in a suggestive trajectory" in Argentina has caught the attention of UFO enthusiasts.
Matías Beltrán was talking on his phone on the slopes of Cerro San Bernardo, a mountain that overlooks Salta, Argentina located east of the city centre, when he noticed the strange phenomenon.
He reportedly ended the call when he noticed it, and used his camera to record footage on Sunday January 30th.
"It came and went, changed trajectory, and within a few minutes, it lost itself in Cerro San Bernardo. I wasn't scared, but I was moved to record it as evidence of something that one doesn't see every day," said the young witness to El Tribuno.
He can be heard to say in the video: "That thing looks like a UFO. It has been flying around for a long time, remains still, and then changes direction. I'm in Salta Capital, at Cerro San Bernaro. What I am seeing is truly impressive."
On Tuesday, extra-terrestrial fanatic Scott C. Waring took to his blog, UFO Sightings Daily to document more strange images from the NASA ISS live cam, which he spotted from his home in Taiwan.
The snaps show mysterious golden objects floating around which he speculates could be anything from satellite debris to astronaut poop or even aliens travelling to Earth to study human life.
Analysing the images, the self-professed expert wrote: "I was watching the live cam when suddenly some glowing golden objects began to move past.
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"The objects appear metallic since they are gold and have a slight brown, green hue to them. Some are small but others are as big as the space station. At first, I thought them to be clouds… but never in my life have I seen such clouds.
"Then maybe space junk…satellite debris, rocket debris in orbit? But I have never seen such technology in use ever! Perhaps it's urine and waste being dumped by the ISS astronauts?
"Well, you see, NASA spent tens of millions of US dollars developing a machine they placed on the space station that recycles all bodily waste so that it can create fresh drinking water for the astronauts.
"I'm not sure if the Russians see it this way, but NASA astronauts have no choice. Still, these things on camera do not look like waste.
"But sometimes they seem to phase in and out of visual…as if they are inter-dimensional ships in Earth's orbit.
"It does seem likely that future humans could be looking back in time studying us in their own habitat to better understand their past."
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