A conspiracy theorist is convinced he has found a triangular UFO hovering behind SpaceX's Crew Dragon spacecraft as it docked at the International Space Station (ISS).

The truth-seeker, known as "Mr MBB333" on YouTube, shared the ISS footage online and pointed out the "illuminating object" travelling past the spacecraft.

In the clip shared by one of his followers in early April, the ISS camera is aimed in the direction of where Crew Dragon "Resilience" capsule is docking in space.

The YouTuber says: "You can see an obvious bright light moving in an opposite direction.

"I zoom in on it, I slow it down. I don't alter it anyway other than trying to pull it forward for some possible features on this craft and it does look like a triangle craft."

The apparent UFO is seen scrambling past at a steady pace in the dark from right to left on the camera.

When the uploader zooms in, the triangular craft appears to have some "circles on the corners".

The YouTuber believes the circular part of the craft could be lights.

"Here I zoom in, the craft goes behind the field of view and actually disappears right there, behind the Dragon," he added.

"The light appears to be rotating in sequence but they all appeared to be illuminating at the same time."

But the grainy footage does not do justice to show the exact features he mentioned.

Mr MBB333 said the craft is "moving at a good speed", adding: "If I had to guess based on what we see here, probably 200, 300 or 400 feet wide.

"It's difficult to say from this perspective, especially up here in the darkness of space but pretty good size of a craft or whatever it was."

Viewers couldn't figure out what the "triangular UFO" might be, but one said: "That triangle craft or whatever it was had to be huge!"

Another said the sighting was "exceptional".

"The video from the ISS was exceptional," a second wrote. "One could see the circles rotating."

A third, however, suggested: "Anyone else see a possible exhaust coming out that triangular craft passing by the ISS?"

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