Tim Peake misinterprets ‘lights’ in space for UFO, but Russian probe finds urine leaking

Uranus is not a urinal Astronaut Tim Peake misunderstood the ‘lights’ in space for a UFO, but a Russian probe has found urine leaked.

  • The 48-year-old astronaut said he saw lights forming during his journey
  • He said his team was confused before realizing it was a drop of fluid
  • Peak becomes the first official British astronaut to join the International Space Station

Tim Peake reveals that he saw a UFO in space before realizing that what he was actually seeing were drops of urine.

The 48-year-old astronaut said he saw lights form during a 186-day spaceflight in 2015 and said fluid leaked from a Russian probe vehicle.

Major Peak became the first official British astronaut to join the International Space Station. He holds the Guinness World Record for the fastest marathon in orbit during his mission.

Tim Peake reveals that he saw a UFO in space before realizing that what he was actually seeing were drops of urine.

Speaking on the Abraham Norton show on Friday night, he recalled: ‘I saw three lights form, and then there was the fourth.

“We panicked until we realized that what we thought were the distant lights of alien spacecraft were actually tiny droplets.

The liquid leaked from a Russian probe vehicle and instantly crystallized and reflected light. What we saw was Russian urine. ‘

Major Peak has released his autobiography, Limitless, which tells the story of his journey to become an astronaut.

Speaking on the show, he said of the book: ‘The journey from a really young man to an astronaut is limitless.

‘I feel cheated, because as a boy I didn’t want to be an astronaut – I desperately wanted to be a pilot.’

Peak joined the show Gary Barlow, Nadia Hussain, Richard Usman, Maria Carrie.

Major Peak became the first official British astronaut to join the International Space Station.  He holds the Guinness World Record for the fastest marathon in orbit during his mission.

Major Peak became the first official British astronaut to join the International Space Station. He holds the Guinness World Record for the fastest marathon in orbit during his mission.

On the Take Thats Gary show, Peek asked if he was afraid to go into space. ‘I always have a thought behind my mind that I roll the dice, but the extreme emotion is the adrenaline fueled excitement.

‘Walking in space seems incredibly exposed, and the danger is clear from there.’

Major Peak has previously said that there is a ‘high probability’ that we will soon find out if there is another life in our solar system.

In 2016, he said: ‘I wonder if there was no life anywhere else in the universe.’

Major Peak has previously said that there is a 'high probability' that we will soon find out if there is another life in our solar system.

Major Peak has previously said that there is a ‘high probability’ that we will soon find out if there is another life in our solar system.

This comes after Peake said last month that he hopes to become the first British man to launch a second space mission and land on the moon.

He said his name is still in the ‘frame’ for a manned mission to the moon that NASA will take over in the coming years.

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The former Army Major said that although NASA missions to the moon will initially involve only Americans, British astronauts will take part in future missions.

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