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An alien spaceship based by the International Space Station last night – shooting warning lasers as it went by.

The  crew aboard the International Space Station were shocked to see a purple spaceship circle the space station in a threatening manner.  They astronauts were all sleeping at the time and said that the spaceship seemed to “come out of nowhere.”

The crew from Expedition 28 has only been on the International Space Station since June of 2011.  The astronauts alerted NASA immediately of the breech in ISS security.  “They broke through our force field with ease,” said astronaut Kevin Janowick.

NASA, however, could not see any evidence of the spaceship, but the astronauts all confirmed seeing it and felt that they were in “extreme danger.”

One Expedition 28 astronaut said that he could see “blue aliens” in the windows of the purple spaceship.

“That’s a ship from Planet Zeeba,” said John Malley, an expert on aliens and a member of the U.N. Panel of Extraterrestrials.  “The alien invasion will be occurring in November and in the months leading up to it, there will be many unusual sightings like this.  We at the U.N., continue to advise ALL citizens on earth to prepare for the alien invasion.”

WWN has been covering this story for a year. READ ABOUT THE ALIEN INVASION.

The International Space Station (ISS) is an internationally-developed research facility, which is in low-orbit and is the largest space station ever constructed. 

On-orbit construction of the station began in 1998 and is expected to be finished in 2012. The station is expected to remain in operation until at least 2020, and potentially to 2028.

Like many artificial satellites, the ISS can be seen from Earth with the naked eye.   NASA monitors everything the astronauts do and see, but they completely missed seeing the alien ship from Zeeba.

“We are concerned.  We think the alien ship has equipment that can make is seem invisible to us.   We do not even know how many were really flying around the ISS,” said chief NASA engineer, Jyoti Aggarwala.