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UFOs spotted In 1966 NASA Project Gemini Photo—Aliens monitoring?

The prolific YouTube UFO hunter Streetcap1, spotted in a NASA photo two UFOs making close approach and apparently monitoring the 1966 Gemini XII mission spacecraft.

Ongoing speculation in the alien-UFO believers and enthusiasts community is that the luminescent UFOs spotted in the 1966 Project Gemini photo provide evidence that an advanced alien race was monitoring humanity’s first efforts to extend presence into space.

Project Gemini was one of NASA’s earliest civilian space programs that started in 1961, following conclusion of the agency’s first human spaceflight program, Mercury.

The Gemini flights, launched from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station Launch Complex 19 (LC-19) in Florida, lifted a crew of two astronauts in the launch vehicle Gemini-Titan II on several low Earth orbit (LEO) missions between 1965 and 1966. The project helped NASA develop spaceflight skills — such as extra-vehicular activity (EVA) or “spacewalk,” orbital maneuvers involved in space rendezvous and docking — that made possible the Apollo Program missions that landed a total of twelve astronauts on the Moon from 1969 to 1972.

But now in 2014, indefatigable UFO hunters believe they have found photographic evidence that those early efforts in spaceflight attracted the attention and interest of a far more technologically advanced extraterrestrial civilization.

But others with a more skeptical turn of mind have pooh-poohed the evidence presented by the YouTube UFO hunter Streetcap1 as a flaw in the NASA photo.

We leave readers to make up their own minds what to think about the photographic evidence provided. But according to Streetcap1, who appears convinced that he is on to something big with his Jan. 10 discovery, the original NASA photo below actually shows two alien ships he dubs “The Gemini Twins,” monitoring the Gemini mission.

NASA photo taken during the Gemini mission shows to bright spots in the distance believed to be two ...

NASA photo taken during the Gemini mission shows to bright spots in the distance believed to be two alien ships
NASA

Streetcap1 does not think that the crafts were man-made satellites because in the early years of the space age there were only very few man-made objects in space, thus it was unlikely that the two glowing UFOs revealed in the image were man-made.

Don’t mind the fact that the close-up images of the alleged alien spacecrafts provided below by UFO Sightings Daily’s Scott Waring are quite blurred and could actually be unlikely flaws in the original photo. According to Streetcap1, the spacecrafts were likely fairly large ships but can be seen only as small spots on the original NASA photo because they were stationed at a considerable distance from the Gemini spacecraft.

Close-up of two UFOs monitoring 1966 Project Gemini spacecrafts

Close-up of two UFOs monitoring 1966 Project Gemini spacecrafts
UFOSigthingsDaily/Scott Warren

Close-up of UFO monitoring Project Gemini spaceflight

Close-up of UFO monitoring Project Gemini spaceflight
UFOSightingsDaily/Scott Waring

Close-up of UFO monitoring 1966 Gemini spaceflight

Close-up of UFO monitoring 1966 Gemini spaceflight
UFOSightingsDaily/ScottWaring

According to Waring, the “two ships are in high detail and are close by to monitor the Gemini mission and to witness human history being made. Magnificent!”

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