A self-titled UFO expert claims to have found evidence of an alien satellite known as the “dark knight” satellite orbiting the Earth.

UFO enthusiast Scott Waring was looking at some of the iconic Apollo 10 missions’ photos when he said he noticed something that could be the long-rumored “dark knight” satellite, the Express reported. This “alien satellite” has been the subject of rumors and conspiracy theories for a long time, but no one has found proof of it yet.

In an entry on the ET Database, Waring said he saw the “satellite” in this photo, orbiting the Earth from the distance. He said it’s farther from where the International Space Station’s going to be, but is absolutely there in space, orbiting the planet.

In a YouTube video, Waring claimed that the “dark knight” satellite is proof that the U.S. government has a connection with aliens. And since the “dark knight” satellite could be “seen” from an Apollo 10 mission photo, it could be likely that the alien craft was there for a purpose.

“Perhaps it was alien trying assist and watch out for the Apollo 10 mission,” he said.

Ancient technology?

Waring said the “dark knight” satellite is an ancient satellite that’s been in orbit for a very long time -- perhaps hundreds of thousands of years old. He further claimed that this “satellite” could be a “biomechanical” craft where the “pilot” could be “mentally and physically connected” to the ship in some way in order to drive it.

Waring also claimed that no one from Earth could possibly approach the “dark knight” satellite since it will “defend” itself in the case that any of Earth’s ships would try to get near it.

Not real

Despite Waring’s assertions, experts still agree that the “dark knight” satellite, also called through the years as the “black knight” satellite, is not real.

According to the Armagh Observatory & Planetarium, the “dark knight” satellite is just “a jumble of completely unrelated stories; reports of unusual science observations, authors promoting fringe ideas, classified spy satellites and people over-interpreting photos.”

There is, however, a real “Black Knight” rocket made by the British. It was used to test a re-entry vehicle for the Blue Streak missile between the years 1958 and 1965.

spacex rocket Pictured: SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket with the company's Crew Dragon spacecraft onboard takes off during the Demo-1 mission, at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida on March 2, 2019. Photo: AFP/Getty Images/Jim Watson