New UFO Image Available Online

New UFO Image Available Online

UFO sightings Daily has reported that a snake like creature, not seen before, was seen by the space shuttle discovery in August 2001. The work has been coordinated by Scott C. Waring. Earlier, he had been associated with the United States Air Force at SAC base (USAF flight line). Presently, he is the owner of an ESL School in Taiwan.

Scott Waring has published a photograph of this foreign element on his website. He's described his preliminary response to the image. In order to check whether the image is authentic or not, he also checked it on NASA's website.

He says, "When I first saw this photo, I almost jumped to the conclusion that it was impossible, but I checked the NASA link and yes, it is there!"

Fleshing out the details of the image, he has said that the image looks like a snake by the manner in which it bends. At the end of the object, there is a head supporting the body. It is different from shuttle crew of Discovery. He has annotated the image by saying that deciphering the size of image is a difficult task as the distance between the image and camera has not been determined. The image is available online and has been opened for a larger audience to see.


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