Unknown Objects Seen in Space
NASA Space Shuttle STS-80 Mission



Footage filmed during NASA Space Shuttle STS-80 Mission

NASA Space Shuttle STS-80 Mission
Unknown Objects Seen in Space


Many cameras are filming the missions and all these videos and communication between space & ground is being sent to Houston (NASA) with satellite.

In Canada there was an owner of a TV Station named: Martyn Stubbs who could also receive the same NASA satellite videos and he taped for more then 5 years of all the missions videos and communication that Houston was receiving.


On STS-80, (November 19th to December 7th, 1996), the crew aboard Space Shuttle Columbia deployed and retrieved the Wake Shield Facility (WSF) and the Orbiting Retrievable Far and Extreme Ultraviolet Spectrometer (ORFEUS) satellites. 

The free-flying WSF created a super vacuum in its wake in which to grow thin film wafers for use in semiconductors and the electronics industry. The ORFEUS instruments, mounted on the reusable Shuttle Pallet Satellite, studied the origin and makeup of stars.
 
Unknown objects are seen in space during the STS-80 Mission. These objects appear to create some type of formation over the Earth.

During deorbit and landing, Musgrave stood in the cockpit and pointed a handheld video camera out the windows. In doing so, he recorded the plasma streams over the orbiter's hull for the first time, and he is still the only astronaut to see them first-hand. In completing this mission he logged a record 278 earth orbits, traveled over 7 million miles in 17 days, 15 hours, 53 minutes. Musgrave was also reported to have seen a UFO during the flight
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UFO Sighting

Fast moving objects are seen in space near the shuttle as well as bright streaks. It is believed these objects are not shuttle debris or meteors.


Video taken during mission STS-80 of Space Shuttle Columbia while in orbit as analyzed by Mark J. Carlotto show three different unusual phenomena on December 2nd, 1996:

Two slow moving circular objects; a strange rapidly moving burst of light near the earth's surface; and a number of fast moving objects in space near the shuttle.

The first two can be explained as shuttle debris and an unusual atmospheric phenomena, respectively.

The fast moving objects in space near the shuttle appear as bright streaks, and analysis of their speeds and directions indicates that they are probably not shuttle debris or meteors.


An analysis done in 1999 by former Mission Control specialist James Oberg concluded that all the objects were nearby sunlit debris. The report was subsequently endorsed by crewmembers Story Musgrave and Tom Jones. Oberg's comments on a video of the event reiterate this viewpoint.