NASA Will Soon Cut ISS Feed, UFO Community Cries Conspiracy, But Are We Being Prepped for Mars Exploration?
On July 29th, NASA announced changes to its coverage of the International Space Station. The live ISS feed is extremely popular, and generates content on UFO sites weekly, as there are often UFOs spotted during these feeds. The NASA press release barely mentions this fact, and mostly highlights the upcoming behind-the-scenes footage they'll be sharing of the science behind NASA's space programs and its preparation for the "journey to Mars" instead:
NASA is clearly shifting from raw, live feeds and user-generated content to more educational, controlled content about its programs and its plans. It's not surprising that UFO sites right now are accusing NASA of trying to hide information from the public. But perhaps NASA is transitioning from subtly communicating the existence of UFOs to those watching carefully, to communicating its real-life plans to venture into space further ourselves, hoping that those attentive ISS feed watchers can do the math - we will inevitably come into contact with other advanced extraterrestrial species if we journey to Mars. After all, NASA just released a number of propaganda posters for Mars colonization (read more:NASA Preps for the Future of America: Will Today's Children Be Colonizing Mars?)