UFO hunters have been convinced the "proof is out there" after they spotted a mysterious cigar-shaped UFO on a NASA live feed.
For years conspiracy theorists have been religiously monitoring outer space from the livestream on International Space Station (ISS).
And one "sighting", which happened today six years ago, left the enthusiasts shocked.
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Renowned truth-seeker "Streetcap1" spotted a "mega ship" cruising along with two orbs just above the Earth.
The cigar-shaped object moved to the right on the screen while the two orbs below appeared to flashing and moving "forward".
He commented: "I thought I was seeing things. I had to be quick.
"This should appear in the archive later for those wanting verification.
"The dimming at the end was sudden and my guess is they turned down the brightness a little because they spotted it. Sorry about quality, but it was hundreds of miles away."
Tyler Glockner, who is known as "secureteam10" on YouTube, shared his thoughts on the sighting and said it's nothing he's seen before.
"I have monitored hundreds, likely thousands, of hours of ISS live feed footage and I've seen UFOs, I've seen ice crystals, I've seen space debris and I've seen light reflections," he said.
"What we're seeing here looks like none of those.
"And it would appear that shortly after these objects come into view, NASA – either purposely – or the UFOs do it on their own, but the objects quickly dim out."
But some people dismissed it as lens flare.
NASA did not confirm the sighting but a few months later in October 2017 discovered an interstellar object 'Oumuamua' passing through the solar system.
Oumuamua is a rocky, cigar-shaped object and measured up to 400-metres long.
Thomas Zurbuchen, associate administrator for NASA's Science Mission Directorate, shared: "For decades we've theorised that such interstellar objects are out there.
"And now – for the first time – we have direct evidence they exit."
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