Neil DeGrasse Tyson responded to Tom DeLonge's Blink 182 video with skepticism. Getty Images

The celebrity astrophysicist and Frederick P. Rose Director of the Hayden Planetarium in New York, Neil deGrasse Tyson, responded to Blink 182 band member Tom DeLonge's group ,"To The Stars Academy of Arts and Sciences," which released a video this week purporting to show a UFO.

The UFO video, "Gimbal," shows two U.S. Air Force pilots appearing to see a UFO rushing past them and defying physics going against the jet stream at such a high speed. The two then discuss about the possiblity of the craft even passing them at such a high velocity. This isn't Delonge's first foray into suggesting alien life -- he shared a story in 2015 in which he claimed to have been abucted by aliens.

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But Tyson wasn't having it, explaining to CNN that aliens' presence on Earth would be much more pronounced and obvious than some mysterious video clip like the one released by DeLonge's "To The Stars" UFO research group. DeLonge recently hired former Pentagon UFO researcher Luis Elizondo to help run the academy.

"Call me when you have a dinner invite from an alien," Tyson told CNN Wednesday. “The evidence is so paltry for aliens to visit Earth, I have no further interest. Let other people who care go ahead, and then when you finally find some aliens bring them into Times Square.”