The People Who Track Santa On Christmas Also Track UFOs Around The Space Station

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Many people may be familiar with the North American Aerospace Defensive Command (or NORAD) as the group who tracks Santa for us every Christmas Eve, but it seems when the holidays are over they are in the UFO-tracking business.

YouTuber Streetcap1 posted a video from the International Space Station showing a weird streak flying into view on one of its cameras. He labeled it as a “fastwalker,” which is NORAD’s term for fast-moving, unidentified objects that cross the Earth’s orbit. Check it out below…just don’t blink!

Here’s a close-up of the fastwalker captured by the ISS camera.

(via Mysterious Universe)

Apparently these kinds of unknown objects jetting by the ISS are pretty common, as NORAD says it tracks about 500 of them annually. Something tells me it’s not Saint Nick who is behind all of this.

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