A baffling object the shape of a ring has been filmed passing the International Space Station – and some think it could like the “craft” that spotted in a famous incident 23 years ago.
The footage – captured on the ISS’ live feed – shows two separate cameras from the station.
In the bottom one, a bright ring makes its way across the screen.
The clip is fuzzy but a YouTube user managed to zoom in to show it seems to be a fully-formed circular object.
Conspiracy site Of Sound Mind And Body shared the footage – originally spotted by Tom Brown in January 2019 – to his YouTube channel last week.
“One of the most notable things here is it very closely resembles the type of object seen in the tether incident of 1996,” the narrator says.
The Tether Incident relates to an incident 23 years ago, where NASA astronauts were monitoring a satellite breaking off from the Space Shuttle Columbia.
When they were filming the satellite, it appeared to be swarmed by hundreds of ring-shaped UFOs swarming like organisms in a sea.
Some have dismissed the strange “crafts” as nothing more than ice crystals.
But conspiracy theorists are adamant it is conclusive proof that alien spaceships are in space monitoring the ISS and Earth.
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The new footage has unsurprisingly generated a huge amount of debate online.
“Could it be the missing white hole?” one asked, before adding: “An alien? A space doughnut! The world will never know.”
Another commented: “Wow, that’s pretty wild.”
Mystery objects seen on the ISS’ live feed are nothing new.
Just last month, the conspiracy world was sent into a frenzy when a triangular object was seen hovering over Earth, with some sensationally claiming it was a “US Space Force” ship.
And in August, a mysterious object was spotted lurking in the background of the station before NASA “cut” the feed.
The new sighting comes ahead of the start of the World Space week tomorrow.
Held until October 10, it is the largest space event on Earth with more than 5,000 events in over 80 countries.