The live feed from the International Space Station (ISS) has been in the news over the last few years for cutting out whenever a UFO is spotted in the background. However, the days of us being able to use the ISS live stream as a way to hunt for UFOs are now numbered. NASA announced this week that they will be shutting down the stream and will only bring it back when there are major events taking place on the ISS.
The date of the shutdown is September 1, 2016.
In place of the live feed, NASA's media team will be providing weekly updates on the station via its blog and email list. Not cool, guys.
However, in their media briefing, NASA officials failed to offer a convincing explanation for why they're choosing this moment to turn off the live stream for good.
According to conspiracy theorists, the shutdown is an attempt by NASA to clamp down on UFO sightings near the ISS and keep them out of the public eye.
However, as you might expect, no NASA officials were prepared to comment on those allegations.
(via Mysterious Universe)
In this case, NASA stands for "Never a Straight Answer." What are they hiding?