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A video, which is doing the rounds on the conspiracy theory circuit, shows three astronauts speaking during a live broadcast inside the ISS.
However, as the trio wave goodbye to viewers on Earth, the screen appears to glitch around their bodies, while the backdrop seemingly remains the same.
Then the whole feed is mysteriously cut, Dailystar.co.uk reports.
Believers of conspiracy theory, who claim the ISS is not in space and all footage is faked here on Earth, say the fact the broadcast problems happen only to the astronauts is proof they have been edited into a backdrop.
Many people, particularly lunar landings deniers, claim the ISS was never sent into space.
Some so-called truth seekers, claim space travel is not possible, and NASA is fooling the world with its daily updates about astronauts’ activities on the space craft.
Alien conspiracy theorist Tyler Glockner, who runs YouTube channel secureteam10, also posted the clip.
He said: “This little glitch at the end has added fuel to the fire behind a theory that has been going on for years – that the ISS is not real and what we are actually seeing in these live feeds are nothing more than the astronauts standing in front of a green screen.
“What many people are pointing out is that, at the end of the clip, it is not the entire feed that disappears but only the astronauts themselves.
“This is evidence, some say, that at least some of these live feeds are done in front of a green screen.
“Because otherwise why would the astronauts themselves glitch out when everything else in the cabin remains unaffected?”
Mr Glockner, who regularly features clips from the ISS lifestream out into space amid claims they contain UFOs, believes the space station is real and in space.
He said he was simply revealing other people’s views.
More than 430,000 have seen the clip, with many offering their own views.
One posted: “I say either no ISS at all or at least no live beings in that tin can.”
Another said: “The way they cut when the glitch happens just adds to the mystery.”
A third then suggested it was “another cover-up” but a fourth was less convinced, saying: “It’s not a ‘glitch’. It’s a well-known artefact due to video compression.”