Tim PK misplaced ‘lights’ in space for UFOs, but actually leaked urine from Russian probe

Uranus is not a urinal… Astronaut Tim PK had misplaced ‘lights’ in space for UFOs, but he did actually see urine leaking from a Russian probe.

  • , The 48-year-old astronaut said he saw the lights ‘dynamic in composition’ during his trip
  • He said he was confused before his team realized there were drops of liquid
  • Peak became the first official British astronaut to join the International Space Station

Tim PK has revealed that he thought he saw UFOs in space before what he was actually seeing were drops of urine.

The 48-year-old astronaut said he saw “dynamic in design” lamps during his 186-day space trip in 2015, before being asked to leak fluid from a Russian probe vehicle.

Major PK became the first official British astronaut to join the International Space Station and during his mission he set a Guinness World Record for the fastest marathon in orbit.

Tim PK has revealed that he thought he saw UFOs in space before what he was actually seeing were drops of urine.

Speaking on the Graham Norton Show on Friday night, he was reminded: ‘I saw three lights in the making and then the fourth.

‘We panicked, until we realized that what we thought was alien spaceship lights were really very small drops very close.

‘All that was happening was to get the liquid out of the Russian test vehicle, immediately crystallizing and reflecting light. What we were seeing was Russian urine. ‘

Major PK 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: ‘Amaryad is really a journey from a young boy to an astronaut.

‘I feel a little cheated because as a boy I had no ambition to be an astronaut – I had a hobby of being a pilot.’

Major PK became the first official British astronaut to join the International Space Station and during his mission he set a Guinness World Record for the fastest marathon in orbit.

Major PK became the first official British astronaut to join the International Space Station and during his mission he set a Guinness World Record for the fastest marathon in orbit.

Joined the show by PK Gary Barlow, Nadia Hussein, Richard Usman and Maria Carey.

“There is a ‘chance’ that we will soon find out if there is another life in our solar system,” said Major PK.

He said in 2016: ‘I would be very surprised if there was no life elsewhere in the universe.’

“There is a ‘chance’ that we will soon find out if there is another life in our solar system,” said Major PK.

That comes after PK said last month, when they would launch a second mission into space and hope to be the first British man to set foot on the moon.

He said his name is still ‘in the frame’ for the human purpose towards the moon that will be carried out by NASA in the coming years.

The former Army Major said the first NASA mission to the moon would involve Americans first, but that future travel would see British astronauts take part.

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