As the ISS flies overhead, the astronomer may be able to see the individual modules of the station and solar panels, and possibly even the astronauts moving around inside. They may also be able to capture images of the ISS using a camera or smartphone adapter attached to the telescope or binoculars. Some have even reported seeing Bigfoot-like creatures.

Inside the craft, in a spacious and well-lit habitat, a group of ape or gorilla-like creatures have been spotted moving about. They are bipedal and their body covered with thick, black fur, but their faces have a human-like intelligence and emotions. Their fingers are long and slender, with opposable thumbs that allow them to manipulate tools and controls.

They move around the habitat with a grace and agility that is both alien and familiar. They communicate with each other in a complex system of vocalizations and gestures, their expressive faces conveying a wide range of emotions.

In one part of the habitat, a group of these creatures are gathered around a console, their fingers dancing over the controls as they make adjustments to the ship’s systems. They appear to be in deep concentration, focused on their task at hand. In another part of the habitat, a group of the creatures are lying down in hammock-like beds, seemingly resting or sleeping.

The habitat itself is a marvel of engineering, designed to provide everything these creatures need to survive in the harsh conditions of space. There are plants and other forms of vegetation growing in special hydroponic gardens, providing the creatures with fresh food and oxygen.

It is an incredible sight, a new intelligent species who has found a way to break the barriers of their planet, something that only humans have done till now. It raises many questions about the possible existence of intelligent alien life in the universe and the possibility of communicating and understanding other forms of intelligent life.

Author: Tim Ozman

Host of Infinite Plane Radio. Media deconstruction since 2017. As president of the Infinite Plane Society, he has been the project manager for a growing think tank comprised of like-minded individuals.

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