SpaceX’s Crew Dragon Endeavor spacecraft had a close call with an unidentified flying object (UFO ) before reaching the International Space Station, according to reports.
The launch went without a hitch but the crew experienced a scare while en route to the International Space Station when they were notified of a potential collision with the unidentified object.
The US Space Command warned the crew aboard the spacecraft of a possible collision with the unknown object after they launched.
“The NASA/SpaceX team was informed of the possible conjunction by US Space Command,” a NASA spokesperson said. “The object being tracked is classified as ‘unknown.’”
According to NASA, there was no time to perform an avoidance maneuver to get out of the way of the object. Instead, SpaceX advised that the astronauts put on their pressurized suits in case of a collision.
A US Space Command spokesperson said that the Pentagon notified NASA of the potential collision about seven hours after the spacecraft launched.
Ultimately, the spacecraft and crew passed the danger with Crew Dragon Endeavour reaching the International Space Station safely, but numerous questions remain.
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