Astronaut accidentally reveales codename ‘Gospel’ for UFO; NASA cuts live feed from ISS

Astronaut accidentally reveales codename 'Gospel' for UFO; NASA cuts live feed from ISS

It seems that an unnamed astronaut who became nervous after seeing a UFO (unidentified flying object) might have actually revealed the secret code name for aliens and UFOs.

NASA cut the live feed from the Internation Space Station soon after a strange red colored UFO appeared on the screen, says Editor of UFO Sightings Daily, Scott Waring.  According to UFO hunters, the word ‘gospel‘ might be the codeword that the US space agency uses for UFOs.

Before the video was cut, we can hear astronaut saying, “On a personal level I look forward to this partnership with the gospel,” to which ISS staff replied: “We will pray for you up there. You have our prayers.” Waring says that most likely it is the voice of Commander Jeff Williams itself.

Soon after reports of codename for UFO came, it generated several conspiracies among UFO enthusiasts and once again buzz started whether NASA really knows about the aliens and are they hiding it from us?

Many UFO hunters believe that aliens constantly linger around International Space Station and talk to astronauts but NASA is hiding it from people on Earth as it might create chaos. This is not the first time when live feed was cut after strange activity was spotted on the screen.

Moreover, the theory of codename was declined by another UFO investigator, Scott Brando, who runs hoax buster website ufoofinterest.org

He tweeted, “Don’t be fooled by the hoaxer SecureTeam10: this is not a UFO but another lens flare.”

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