UFO Sightings: Disc Shaped Light Emitting Object Spotted Above Earth [PHOTO+VIDEO]

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By IBTimes Staff Reporter | May 7, 2013 7:18 PM EST

In another report of UFO (Unidentified Flying Object) sightings, a disc-shaped object was spotted hovering above the surface of Earth.

An image put up by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) on its public website showed the object emitting strange lights above Earth's surface. A Youtube user who goes by the name Streetcap1 has uploaded a fifty-six second long video footage that shows a tiny object close to the planet. A zoomed-in image of the object released by NASA was also provided.

UFO Sightings: Disc Shaped Object Spotted Above Earth Surface

Giving details of the mysterious object spotted, UFO Sightings Daily reported, "Look carefully at the NASA photo above and not only will you notice a UFO in it but if your computer  screen brightness is higher you will also notice that there is a glowing aura around the UFO."

"This indicates the craft is there. Apparently NASA astronauts thought this was interesting enough to take some photos of it and one accidentally made it onto the NASA public site. SCW."

Recently, a saucer-shaped object, believed to be an Unidentified Flying object (UFO), was seen flying over Khakassia in Russia. A snapshot of the object, taken by two school girls, showed it be grey coloured with a hole in the centre portion.

Sightings of such celestial objects, thought to be UFOs, are often reported around the world. On 2 May a witness in San Lorenzo, California, claimed he saw orange lights in sky, reported Mutual UFO Network (MUFON).

The witness said he heard a loud sound after which the object began flashing red, orange and yellow lights.

Check out the video which shows the disc-shaped object hovering above Earth:

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