The International Space Station seems to have recorded the mysterious and ancient satellite known as the “Black Knight” floating near the Soyuz probe .
The observers, particularly attentive, saw it quickly.
This mysterious and legendary satellite (dubbed “Black Knight Satellite”) is the name given to an unidentified object filmed by NASA astronauts using a camera during the STS-88 mission of space shuttle Endeavor in 1998.
Conspiracy theorists claim that this satellite is of extraterrestrial origin and that it may be about 13 thousand years old . Thus, for thousands of years, it has been orbiting our Earth in an almost polar orbit.
This famous legend has been circulating since the 1960s. Recently, the images posted on the YouTube channel “Section 51” could be new evidence of the existence of this impressive vessel.
In the video, you can see a long black and mysterious object floating near the Soyuz spacecraft, which was docked to the International Space Station .
While listening to the astronauts murmuring in the background, the Black Knight seems to be standing at a distance , as if he were watching closely.
Some of the comments show that Internet users were generally convinced of the authenticity of this case.
AkumaGaming wrote: “I have the strange feeling that this thing is not being piloted by anyone, and that it has been sent here to observe us in our daily activities.”
The ” Black Knight Satellite ” theory was developed in 1963 when NASA astronaut Gordon Cooper claimed to have seen a strange satellite in space. But there was a real media blackout on his return and the American space agency accused him of cosmic hallucinations.
A decade later, in 1973, Duncan Lunan , a Scottish researcher, studied Norwegian scientific data from 1928. He deciphered “messages” captured in space that suggested, according to him, that the Black Knight had been sent by aliens from Epsilon Boötis ( a star of the Bouvier constellation). It was, says the scientist, a message of welcome to the Earth of 12,600 years ago.
In 1998, the first suspicious photographs of this satellite were taken by astronauts on the space shuttle Endeavorduring their first flight to the ISS.
NASA, however, tried to demystify the claims by saying that the Black Knight was actually a thermal blanket accidentally thrown by a space shuttle.