UFOs? A Russian astronaut captures mysterious lights in formation from the International Space Station

Present Beyond conjecture, it has not yet been determined what those objects were over Antarctica

A Russian astronaut captures five mysterious lights in formation from the International Space Station

Is there life beyond earth? Are we observed by UFOs? Are they urban legends? These days, in 2020, the Russian astronaut Ivan Vagner has captured some spectacular images of the Northern Lights, as it passed over Antarctica and Australia, from the International Space Station while trying to get peak aurora exposure.

Vagner He has encountered something very different and strange while waiting for the passage of luminous feminine. The cosmonaut recorded a video in which they are appreciated five strange tiny unidentified luminous flying objects in a row, over the Earth’s orbit.

Vagner has achieved a beautiful shot, which by itself attracts attention and has taken many experts around the world by surprise. The astronaut himself has uploaded it to his Twitter account through a time-lapse in which he commented: “At 9-12 seconds, 5 objects appear flying along with the same distance”, Vagner wrote. “What do you think they are? Meteors, satellites or …?” He himself leaves the door open to speculation of all kinds.

Beyond conjecture, it has not yet been determined what those mysterious lights were over Antarctica. These enigmatic images have been sent to the experts at Roscosmos, the Central Research Institute of Machine Construction (TsNIIMash) and the Space Research Institute of the Russian Academy of Sciences for a more detailed analysis.

“It is too early to draw conclusions about the video. The experts will be the ones who will tell us what it is in their opinion,” has said Vladimir Ustimenko, Roscosmos spokesperson,