UFO sighting: Fleet of alien spaceships seen in NASA images – shock claim

Using observatory images, conspiracy theorists believe they have spotted a strange fleet of s zooming through deep space. In the photos from the Solar and Heliospheric Observatory (SOHO) satellite, what appears to be a feel of spaceships can be spotted hovering in . A series of images appear to show the strange bright lights hovering near to the camera of the SOHO satellite.

The footage of the sightings was initially uploaded by YouTube channel Streetcap1.

Streepcap1 states that there is enough evidence in the video to suggest that the bizarre encounter is indeed alien activity.

In the description of the video, Streetcap1 wrote: “They are flying in small group formation which might suggest military craft.

“I have seen too many ‘UFO fleets’ now to be in any doubt that this is a reality.”

However, prominent conspiracy theorist Scott C Waring goes one step further and suggests that the UFOs are not spaceships – but living aliens.

Mr Waring wrote on his blog UFO Sightings Daily: “The objects always have a curved inward back area and a rounded outward front area. I believe these are living entities, not alien craft.

“The objects are usually together, that means it has a social instinct to gather for safety. This one flying past the SOHO satellite looks big, but its hard to tell exactly how big because it could be just meters from the lens of the satellite.

“However I believe these object to be several meters in size.”

READ MORE: Area 51: Metallic UFO caught on video near military base

Ms Hill wrote on Facebook alongside the images: “This is what showed up in my camera after I took a picture of the sun in the eastern sky this morning. iPhone 8 with a camera lens adapter.

“A green circular door-like object is at the centre of the vortex/worm hole and a serpent snake at the top right above it, by a circular disc. I am sure this has a symbolic meaning with the snake and the disc.”

However, while alien enthusiasts would be keen to point at these sightings as evidence of intergalactic beings, there are some more plausible explanations.

NASA says sightings like this are often “space dandruff” – specks of rocks and satellite debris which can interfere with cameras.

No, you can’t watch Netflix while driving your Tesla

While an upcoming update means you’ll be able to stream Netflix and YouTube on Tesla’s massive touchscreen dashboard display, there will be a safety feature to ensure the company isn’t courting disaster.

Forget any notions of flying along the freeway while Black Mirror plays, because you won’t be able to watch streaming services while the car is moving. You’ll only be able to watch while parked. 

Tesla CEO Elon Musk casually explained how the feature will work on Twitter, saying the streaming will, for now, only work “when car is stopped.” 

As with Tesla’s growing collection of video games, these are games intended for down time in the car. Think waiting for your spouse to come out from the dentist’s office or while at a charging station. 

When I tested out Tesla’s newest game, Beach Buggy Racing 2, in a Tesla Model 3 last month, the car was parked. All the games that could be distracting won’t let you turn them on while the car is in drive. 

Park and play.

Park and play.

Image: sasha lekach / mashable 

This all comes with one big caveat from Musk, though: in a subsequent tweet, he claimed that streaming while moving will become possible once “full self-driving is approved by regulators.”

Before that happens, you’ll have to settle for watching movies while your Tesla charges for 45 minutes. Just enough time to squeeze in an episode of the final season of Orange is the New Black.

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Area 51 raid: Event WILL go ahead unless these demands are met- ‘truth seekers’ new threat

A Facebook group which has now garnered an astonishing two million attendees has encouraged users to “storm ” on September 20 to uncover any potential alien secrets. The description reads: “We will all meet up at the Area 51 Center tourist attraction and coordinate our entry. If we naruto run, we can move faster than their bullets. Let’s see them aliens.” The event was initially treated as a joke, but the more attention it has received, the more serious it has become.

Now, a group of ‘truth seekers’ claim the raid will go ahead, unless a list of demands are met.

A man named Joe Macias who heads a group of “independent research members based in Illinois” detailed what needs to be done to prevent almost two million people turning up to the top secret military base in Nevada.

Mr Macias said in an email to Express.co.uk: “We are dedicated to this event that has gained international attention, and we are determined by any means necessary to meet these demands.

“The principles of freedom which founded this country shall inform the American public of previously unknown truths.”

Mr Macias has given three demands, which state the “government and Area 51 military base acknowledge the existence of UFO spacecrafts and extraterrestrial aliens”.

The second demand is “that secret classified information about extraterrestrial aliens become available to the public to officially uncover alien conspiracies shrouded in mystery.”

Finally: “We demand that the government and Area 51 military base improve relations and establish an inhabitable co-existence with the public, extraterrestrial aliens, and the US government.”

Although the Facebook event is meant to be humorous, US military is not taking any chances in protecting the top secret base.


A car chase quickly ensued for eight miles, when the suspect exited his car and approached Nevada National Security Site (NNSS) officers with a “cylindrical object” in hand, according to an NNSS statement.

The man failed to adhere to officers’ requests to stop, and was promptly shot dead at the scene.

However, organisers of the page have insisted the event is a joke, and have no plans on storming Area 51.

Facebook user Jackson Barnes wrote in the discussion page: “Hello US government, this is a joke, and I do not actually intend to go ahead with this plan.

UFO sighting: ‘Shapeshifting’ alien spaceship seen over Cambridge is ‘absolute proof’

Self proclaimed ‘truth seekers’ have long been on the hunt for solid evidence of , and now they believe they have the proof they have been looking for. The evidence comes in the form of a video of a bright light which was seen over Cambridge. In the video, a bright light appears in the distant sky, and it seems to be moving at a rapid pace.

On top of that, the light, which alien hunters are claiming is an extraterrestrial spaceship, looks as if it is changing shape.

The video was captured by a person who usually films “wildlife and airshows” but filmed the strange object when he noticed the extraordinary sighting in the distant night sky.

The video was quickly uploaded to his channel ‘Aviation Videos & Wildlife FULL HD’, writing in the description: “I used a Panasonic 4k 2160p Camcorders (25x Optical Zoom 1500x digital zoom good enough to spot a bee on a chimney hundreds of metres away!).

“Absolutely Insane shape shifting  seen Cambridge England.”

The video quickly garnered attention from conspiracy theorists, with some claiming it is “absolute proof” of aliens.

Prominent UFO hunter Scott C Waring also believes that credence is added as the person, who has more than 18,000 subscribers to his YouTube channel, does not usually post videos of the paranormal.

Mr Waring wrote on his blog UFO Sightings Daily: “I love this sighting because everything about it falls into place well and screams legit.

“The person who recorded it usually films planes and wildlife so he has an eye for detail. He has a great camera with an incredible zoom on it.


He previously wrote: “There is no video or photos of this sighting. However, I have heard of such UFOs over England, back in 2014 an eyewitness recorded over Cambridge, England of several glowing yellow white orbs during the day.

“Even without the photos, this is a serious UFO case that needs further investigation.“

However, experts believe there is a logical explanation for UFO sightings such as these.

According to former engineer James Oberg, most UFO sightings are nothing more than “space dandruff” floating in front of cameras.

Area 51 raid: What is Area 51? Why is the internet going crazy over a supposed UFO base?

The Area 51 raid organisers could see upwards of two million people storm the restricted area in Lincoln County, Nevada, with another 1.4 million interested in attending. The public event organised on Facebook as a joke and dubbed Storm Area 51, They Can’t Stop All of Us, aims to break into the supposed hotbed of activity and alien technology on US soil. The event’s description reads: “We will all meet up at the Area 51 Alien Center tourist attraction and coordinate our entry. If we naruto run, we can move faster than their bullets. Let’s see them aliens.”

What is Area 51? Where is the US military base?

and so-called UFO truthers believe Area 51 is a top-secret US military base handling alien technology and spacecraft.

Many alien-hunters are convinced the facility houses the remains of an extraterrestrial from the alleged .

Area 51 is a highly restricted US Air Force (USAF) installation on the edge of the dried out Groom Lake, in southern Nevada.

The facility is officially designated Home Airport (KXTA) and is acknowledged by USAF as an open training range.


The exact purpose of the Area 51 facility is classified but it is believed to play a role in the development of experimental aircraft.

The areas surrounding Area 51 are a popular tourist attraction, in particular, the small town of Rachel.

Area 51 is also located approximately 83 miles (134km) northwest of Las Vegas.

The area is colloquially known as the Extraterrestrial Highway due to the nearby State Route 375 and the supposed number of UFO sightings in the region.


Why is the internet going crazy over the Area 51 raid?

The idea of storming Area 51 on September 20 this year began as an online joke but quickly gained traction.

Whatever the case may be, Lincoln County Sheriff Kerry Lee told CNN ahead of the event the town of Rachel is too small to handle two million people storming the US base.

He said: “I cannot believe it’s gotten this much attention. We deal with this on a weekly basis but nothing to this scale.”

The town only boasts a population of 54 and the nearest large town is Alamo, Nevada, 50 miles (80.5km) away.

Rachel’s only petrol station also closed down in 2006, meaning any visitors on September 20 will have to refill their tanks before arriving.

New Jersey Devils Mascot Runs Through Window At Boy’s Birthday Party

The New Jersey Devils’ mascot is having a rough off-season after the NHL team failed to make the Stanley Cup playoffs.

A person dressed as the team’s mascot was working at a kid’s fifth birthday party at Little Gym in Edison, New Jersey, last weekend, New Jersey 101.5 reported. As the children played a game of parachute the New Jersey Devil randomly decided to run toward a wall of windows.

Maybe the mascot thought it was the kind of glass used to protect fans from flying pucks. But this wasn’t, and it shattered. Oops.

Twitter user Lawrence Chiu identified himself as the father of the boy celebrating his birthday. He wrote in a tweet that “no one was hurt and everyone had a great time.”

But the Devils reached out on Twitter just in case:

The team also shared a video of the incident.

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MH370: Why explosion theory is supported by experts after EgyptAir disaster

Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 went missing on March 8, 2014, en route from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing with 239 people on board. There are many theories as to what fate has befallen the plane, one of which suggests an oxygen bottle exploded causing devastating damage. This is what happened to EgyptAir Flight 667 on July 29, 2011.

MS667 was scheduled to fly from Cairo, Egypt, to Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, when it suffered a fire in the cockpit on the ground at Cairo Airport.

There were no fatalities, but seven people were treated for smoke inhalation and the plane was damaged beyond repair.

An investigation discovered that the fire had been caused by the crew’s emergency oxygen system storage area.

This plane was a Boeing 777 just like MH370.

READ MORE: MH370 shock: How plane could have suffered ‘electrical takeover’

Aviation lawyer James Healy-Pratt told Channel 5’s ‘Flight MH370’ that this caused some to consider the possibility that a similar catastrophe had befallen MH370, only in the air instead of on the ground.

He said: “One of the leading theories was that there had been a problem with the crew’s oxygen supply, because we had seen a previous ground fire on a Boeing 777 belonging to EgyptAir that created a 6ft hole in the side of the cockpit.”

If such a disaster took place while the plane was in the air, the pilots would look to land the aircraft as soon as possible.

Aviation consultant Alastair Rosenschein said: “When this happens, the pilots would put on their oxygen masks and their next thing is they would turn off the aircraft to a diversionary air field, because they know – there is an instant realisation – that you are not continuing this flight.”

The main issue with this theory is that MH370 did continue its flight.

There are ‘handshakes’ between the plane and a satellite owned by British satellite telecommunications company Inmarsat for several hours after MH370 disappeared from air traffic control radar.

The data available seems to indicate the plane did a 180-degree turn and fly up the Malacca Strait before curving over the Indian Ocean and terminating in the southern Indian Ocean west of Perth, Australia.

The way it was flown – fast and between air traffic jurisdictions – indicates someone hijacked the plane.

Whilst experts have considered the oxygen bottle explosion theory, it seems more likely that a person was responsible for the disappearance.

Aviation journalist David Learmount said: “It was a highly qualified human being, well trained in the workings of the 777, who did this.”

Area 51: Metallic UFO caught on video near military base as people prepare to ‘storm’ site

An resident of Rachel, Nevada – the closest town to – set up a motion sensor camera in their garden and was shocked to see the results. After the person reviewed the footage, they noticed a strange metallic looking object zoom past in the distance. The object is long and thin and moves at a rapid pace.

The video was quickly uploaded to the YouTube channel FilmGuy, along with the caption: “Here in Rachel, Nevada. Got this footage on my motion sensor camera.

“Unbelievable, not sure if it’s a jet or some aircraft I haven’t seen before. Pretty cool nonetheless.”

As Rachel is situated so close to Area 51, conspiracy theorists obviously linked the two together, claiming it must have come from the top secret military base.

Prominent alien hunter Scott C Waring wrote on his blog UFO Sightings Daily: “The sound is just like that of a jet, but clearly the object is a metallic disk.

“So perhaps the sound is merely the noise of the  pushing aside the wind as it shoots across. Clearly another top secret Area 51 project.

“Imagine a fleet of these American craft flying over other countries. Puts the fear into those who see them.”

The sighting comes just as two million people have signed up to an event on Facebook called ‘Storm Area 51’.

According to the description of the event, attendees will meet nearby and storm the top secret base on September 20.

The description reads: “We will all meet up at the Area 51 Alien Center tourist attraction and coordinate our entry. If we naruto run, we can move faster than their bullets. Let’s see them aliens.”

Although the Facebook event is meant to be humorous, US military is not taking any chances in protecting the top secret base.

Air Force spokeswoman Laura McAndrews said: “Area 51 is an open training range for the US Air Force, and we would discourage anyone from trying to come into the area where we train American armed forces.

“The US Air Force always stands ready to protect America and its assets”.