Massive UFO flotilla flying past the International Space Station

More and more people all over the world are starting to notice massive UFO formations flying past our planet, reports ufosightingshotspot.blogspot.com.

So also Gorden Mckenna, while watching NASA’s live feed cam on April 2, saw a fleet of UFOs flying past the International Space Station.

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The first wave of UFOs and unknown space anomalies/debris appeared in February through the first week of March. This fleet of UFOs is part of the second wave that started a week ago and is just one of the many formations that fly by.

Just like the first wave, this second wave also comes from the same direction, indicating that there is something going on in deep space that forces all these UFOs to move to other locations.

It is, of course, difficult to determine what could be the reason for the displacements of all these UFOs but one reason could be that there is a space war going on.

Another reason could be that a huge devastating celestial body is the cause of the UFO displacements, since the live cam also shows countless unknown anomalies what looks like debris that fly by, which suggests that these anomalies may come from such a celestial body.

Whatever the reason, it’s something to keep an eye on.

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  1. First noted in the late 1970s and early 1980s, about 200 to 300 mi (322 to 483 km) off the coast of Argentina, a city of light routinely appears in the middle of the South Atlantic Ocean as shown in the 2012 composite image (left), created with data from the VIIRS sensor on the Suomi NPP satellite. There are no human settlements there, nor fires or gas wells. But there are lots of fishing boats. Squid fishermen adorn their boats with bright lights for night fishing to draw prey into their nets. The boats cluster offshore along invisible lines: the underwater edge of the continental shelf, the nutrient-rich Malvinas Current, and the boundaries of the exclusive economic zones of Argentina and the Falkland Islands.
    https://svs.gsfc.nasa.gov/31126

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