A weird video shows what some believe is a "UFO" sailing directly in front of the face of the moon at an impressive speed.
Footage shows the bright object, recorded from the city of Będzin in Poland, moving in almost a straight horizontal line with the moon in the waxing gibbous phase behind it.
After passing in front of the moon, the object keeps its trajectory until it moves out-of-shot in the left of the frame.
Marek Slade, described as an avid skywatcher, recorded the video on July 25 and it has since been uploaded onto YouTube by the popular conspiracy theory channel The Hidden Underbelly 2.0 where it was described as a "fast-moving UFO".
The clip has been watched more than 1,000 times and sparked a hot debate about what the mysterious object could be.
“Could be the ISS, speed looks about right,” suggested one viewer.
A second wrote back that it might be a “satellite”.
“It’s a bird and it’s in our atmosphere otherwise we would lose sight when it reaches the dark region of the moon,” said a third.
Someone suggested it was “an actual ET ship ‘caught in the act’” or a “military fighter aircraft”.
This comes after former military intelligence adviser Christopher Mellon claimed thousands of UFO sightings worldwide suggested that alien spaceships are on a “reconnaissance mission”.
He even suggested they are trying to build a "Google Maps" style navigation system of our planet.
“I don’t think these things are ours and I’m hopeful we can finally make headway in discovering where they might be coming from and how they work,” he said.
NASA cameras recently "zoomed in on doughnut-shaped UFO" that was spotted hovering near the ISS.
And a US intelligence chief hopes that UFOs stalking military bases are piloted by aliens – rather than Russians.
Senator Marco Rubio said: “We don’t know what it is – and it isn’t ours.
“If it’s something outside this planet it might be better than the fact that we’ve seen some technical leap on behalf of the Chinese or the Russians or other adversaries that allow them to conduct this sort of activity.”
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