Longtime International Space Station crew member Scott Kelly just tweeted something that has UFO believers salivating all over their telescopes.
He intended to share the beautiful afterglow of India while the ISS floated above the atmosphere, but people's eyes were immediately drawn to an unidentified object at the top of the frame.
This is a nice sentiment, Scott, but can you please tell us why it looks like a Cylon Raider is cruising toward the ISS?
NASA has come out and said that it is not a UFO, but rather a piece of hardware called the UHF antenna, which is a device used for communication in space and down here on Earth. If you ask me, that's a very boring explanation for a pretty remarkable photo. Do you believe them?