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NASA's Explanation For The Tether UFO Incident - NASA's Debunking Debunked

Updated on September 24, 2015
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Marc Hubs is a writer/researcher on mind, science, and conspiracy. He is the author of "Know Your Enemy: Reflections of NPD."

NASA & UFOs

Martyn Stubbs is a man who is known to be in possession of 2,500 hours of official NASA footage which he spent logging and recording over the course of several years directly from NASA's very own live television station.

One of the most relevant video clips which is constantly in circulation on Youtube, is NASA's STS-75 tether overload incident whereby the 12-mile long tether unexpectedly snapped. What seems like several flying saucers soon began appearing and swarming around the tether. The saucer appeared to be under some kind of intelligent control with each saucer having a triangular notch.

An Official Explanation

History Channel program, UFO Hunters, went on a mission to see if they could find a reasonable explanation for the saucers seen in tether incident footage.

In the video clip to the right, taken from UFO Hunters, 'John' demonstrates how the phenomena could be down to ice or dust particles or space debris due to using a telephoto lens. In actual fact, if you were to see a genuine photograph of Earth without all the garbage in space being filtered out and erased you would be shocked to see how much of a mess we have made around the planet.

If there is one thing we can definitely conclude, it's that NASA always edit their images before releasing therm to the public.

The FBI & Flying Saucers

Mysteriously, according to a now declassified FBI UFO document, found at the FBI Vault website, a small radio controlled flying saucer was recovered in 1947 from someone's back garden.

Coincidentally, the saucer had the exact same triangular notch in it as seen in the saucers visible in the STS-75 video clip above. The saucer was traced back to a 12 year old boy who had made it himself.

UK Ground Footage

The video clip to the right shows UFOs filmed from the ground in the UK and shows how, when zoomed in, the UFOs show energy patterns and they have that very same triangular notch in them, as the saucer in the official FBI document aswell as the discs seen in the STS-75 NASA video.

If these are just ice or dust particles or space debris as claimed, then how is it that the video shows how the saucers in the STS-75 video also display the same energy patterns, and sometimes notches, as the UFOs filmed from the ground in UK?

Coincidence?

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      dsloan 3 years ago

      When you look at the tether line here then do some research the tether maybe 12 miles (19km) long but it's about 4 - 5 feet wide. Once again something is fishy about this.

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      steven 4 years ago

      if you will notice,,on the saucers,,when they change course the notch changes direction on the outer edge,it switches position and there are two notches in some,pulsating rings and they can't be ice because the lens is being focuses in and out,but there still in same shape,if it was like this guys experiment,,they would go in and out of focus,,that was just rediculous.nasa is an evil organization and will hide truths from citizens,if not more,they kill there own astronaughs.

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      akusav 5 years ago

      That's right. made by a boy

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      mcmash54 5 years ago

      A radio control flyingsaucer in 1947?

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      Sparkster 6 years ago

      Hmm at the moment I can't see the moon, it's gone!

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      somethgblue 6 years ago from Shelbyville, Tennessee

      Sparkster,

      Remember yesterday when we were commenting on the Moon now the shadow is on the completely opposite side it was on last night, how does that work?

      I'm telling you the Earth's orbit is flip flopping or should I say Poles are flip flopping, how do 'we' the Earth get on the other side of the Moon in one day?

      I'm going to go take some pictures for my own sanity at least, seeya!

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      Helen Murphy Howell 6 years ago from Fife, Scotland

      I remember seeing this incident a few years ago when it was higlighted by the late Graham Birdsall's magazine 'UFO' (UK version). I was gub-smacked then and still am when I see this video. Very, very intriguing and bloody weird!

      Great hub!

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      somethgblue 6 years ago from Shelbyville, Tennessee

      Have you read Dark Mission it is an eye opener, it is mind boggling . . . NASA came out with the fake Moon Landing story when the Armstrong and the boys were supposedly coming back to Earth.

      Anyway this is another great Hub, keep up the good work!

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