NASA UFOs STS-75 "The Tether Incident," Sunday, February 25, 1996. The Space Shuttle Columbia deployed an experimental tether into orbit. The experiment was called the Tethered Satellite System (TSS- 1R). Its purpose was to generate electricity by utilizing the Earth's magnetic field.
Unfortunately, during deployment a problem occurred. The 12 mile long tether snapped due to the synthetic material accumulating a critical charge. The tether broke, and the experiment was unsuccessful. But approximately five hours of data was recorded.
The Tether Incident is famous due to the appearance of many alien spacecraft (vimanas), powered vehicles, or unidentified flying objects (UFOs) clearly visible in NASA's own footage. The agency tried to claim that the objects are simply space debris and ice particles that look big because they are very close to the camera.
However, the tether was reportedly 900 miles away from the space shuttle when the footage is being taken. At one point one of the disc shaped objects passes behind the tether, which makes it over 900 miles away. This also means that an object that far away at that size makes it too big to be simple space debris or ice as NASA's cover story attempted to explain it away.
The akasha deva loka (space inhabited by advanced beings) is crowded with spacecraft. It is impossible that the US government is unaware or ignorant of their presence. Contact was established long ago. The fact that this government continues to hide and deny what they know is no obstacle for independent observers assessing the situation. (Russia and England made much of their extensive UFO records public).
UFOs (extraterrestrial crafts from advanced alien civilizations of various kinds) exist. They have for millennia been incorporated into the world's sacred literature (particularly that of India), and there are scientists who are well aware of the phenomenon. The painful part is that after disclosure, the careers and reputations ruined by those willing to accept the body of evidence now will not be restored. Believe, but know that it is not permissible to speak. Powerful interests are intent on not letting this be widely known or accepted as fact.