Anomaly hunters monitoring the ISS live feed have once again spotted an unusual object appearing outside of Earth's atmosphere before the transmission suddenly stopped.
The tantalizing, albeit brief, clip was captured from the feed on September 30th and appears to show a large glowing object hovering near the planet.
However, as has been the case with a multitude of ISS UFO videos, the feed abruptly ceases only a few seconds after the object comes into view.
Despite claims from the space agency that the mysterious 'objects' are merely lens flare from the ISS camera, the researcher who noticed the anomaly argues that such an effect did not produce the UFO.
Based on the way the object is illuminated, he contends that it could not be lens flare and had to have been lit by the sun.
The video is the latest in a long line of incidents allegedly involving UFOs being seen on the ISS live feed followed by the transmission quickly coming to an end.
In fact, the pattern became so pronounced that the space agency was eventually forced to respond to allegations of 'UFO censorship' this past April.
At the time, a spokesperson for NASA said that the live feed interruptions were the result of signal transmission errors from the space station, but the explanation did little to dissuade UFO enthusiasts.
And subsequent events, including this past week's latest UFO sighting, have only served to strengthen beliefs that there is a cover-up afoot.
More imaginative investigators have even suggested that the tactic of cutting the live feed may be NASA's way of giving a clue to the veracity of UFOs without having to outright reveal their existence.
Whether that proves to be the case remains to be seen, but we're guessing that either there will be more of these UFO videos from the ISS live feed in the future or the broadcast itself will vanish after NASA grows tired of having to answer questions about these events.
Check out the video and let us know at the C2C Facebook page what you think was seen near the Earth's atmosphere on the ISS live feed last week.