Important Groundbreaking Documentary That Everyone Should See
The NASA footage in this documentary was provided by Martyn Stubbs, who worked as a satellite television manager. Stubbs stumbled upon an unencrypted NASA broadcast and noticed that there was a lot of strange activity surrounding the NASA missions that was not being shown to the public. He started recording the transmissions to VHS and went on to archive and study over 2,500 hours of intercepted raw footage.
The documentary is aimed at a mature open-minded viewer and does not try to spoon feed its audience an opinion. It doesn't sensationalize the material and most of the time just lets the footage speak for itself (which it does in volumes). This is possibly the best video evidence of extraterrestrial activity ever captured thanks to the enormous amount of time and effort Martyn Stubbs has invested into making it public.
Some of the UFOs shown are immediately obvious such as the "shooting stars" often captured in the background making intelligent manoeuvres and travelling in formation. I think most viewers will grasp that shooting stars are incapable of making sharp 90 degree turns at a high velocity. It's fairly easy to establish that these objects involve highly advanced technology that we are currently incapable of. When one such craft appears near to the crew on a spacewalk an astronaut reports its presence in a concerned manner but NASA headquarters routinely tell the crew to ignore it and carry on with the operation. This indicates that they are not part of the NASA mission and even the astronauts are not at liberty to discuss their rather obvious presence.
The documentary also introduces us to another phenomenon that astronauts have described as "space critters" or "fireflies" and something even more bizarre which is described here as "phenomena three" or the "second space phenomena". This documentary presents a wealth of new and groundbreaking footage which would keep any intelligent viewer interested for the duration.
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