Did NASA Delete Possible UFO Evidence From Its Archives?

Is NASA covering its tracks in regards to images that could reveal what is truly out there? Or simply reorganizing its archives of photos of space trash? io9 writes:

UFOlogists are freaking out today over the removal of several photos from a NASA archive. These photos [see right] have been used by various UFO groups to support their belief that aliens have been visiting Earth and governments are covering it up. NASA identifies these as images of “space debris.”

Believers say the removal of the photos is tantamount to admitting that NASA is trying to cover up extraterrestrial visitors. More likely is that they were removed after the space agency realized that they were fueling alien conspiracy theories.

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  • http://twitter.com/DrinkyMcGee Daniel Cecil

    Yeah. Because those dummies at NASA don’t realize that those photos are replicated in 1,000 different places online . . .

  • wake up

    they have NOT been removed at all.. you should stop using idiot posts from before its news as your source for information

  • http://www.ContraControl.com/ Zenc

    Hint to NASA, research the “Streisand Effect”.

  • Gergith

    I think someone at NASA has a GREAT sense of humour :)

  • Matt Staggs

    “Before Its News” wasn’t a source, sillypants. The story came from IO9, which picked it up from Examiner, which picked it up from a UFO site. You scamp, you!

  • Sly Prime

    Call me naïve, but isn’t there a shit ton of debris floating
    around the globe? That stuff looks like glinting space junk to me. The apparent
    size of these objects looks like the apparent relationship of size between a
    persons’ thumb and the sun, if said thumb was held at arms’ length and used to
    cover the sun. I think the photos are
    scraps of metal cruising by in front of a NASA camera and why would anyone keep
    photos of junk?

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