After deciding to film the aurora over Antarctica, the Russian cosmonaut from the ISS suddenly noticed something unusual. And so far, no one has expressed a logical version to explain this.
Russian cosmonaut Ivan Vagner, who now works on the ISS, posted a video with orbiting UFOs on his Twitter account on August 19, 2020.
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According to Vagner, he noticed the objects when he decided to film the aurora over Antarctica.
In the video, the unidentified objects appear, quickly fly from left to right, and disappear after a couple of seconds. It looks either as several UFOs lined up in a straight line or as one object with several shining lights on the body.
Space guests, or how I filmed the new time-lapse.
The peak of aurora borealis when passing over the Antarctic in Australia’s longitude, meaning in between them. However, in the video, you will see something else, not only the aurora. pic.twitter.com/Hdiej7IbLU
— Ivan Vagner (@ivan_mks63) August 19, 2020
If it is one object, then it is cigar-shaped. UFOs of this shape have been repeatedly spotted in the sky and are considered an alien base from which smaller ships fly.
Vagner tweeted: “At 9-12 seconds, 5 objects appear flying alongside with the same distance. What do you think those are? Meteors, satellites or…?”
The cosmonaut also said that he had informed Roscosmos, TsNIIMash, and the Space Research Institute of the Russian Academy of Sciences about the mysterious objects.
Some have suggested that the objects from the cosmonaut’s video could be Starlink satellites that have not yet diverged, launched by SpaceX the day before, but this version does not explain why these satellites are visible for only 3 seconds, and then suddenly disappear.
Ivan Vagner is a station flight engineer as part of the 63rd expedition to the ISS, which began on April 17. He and the other members of the expedition will stay in orbit until October.