Doing the rounds on Twitter is extremely low-fi footage of a glittering rainbow cluster of pixels alleged to be a "hyperspectral" spacecraft. In this video, one Mick West debunks it quickly and thoroughly. Normally I find debunking videos excruciating but in this one the moment of truth—lining up the stars—so coldly and mercilessly dashes the whole thing that I couldn't stop laughing. And we haven't even gotten to the comically primitive webcam being represented as a "hyperspectral" imager.
Spoiler: the hyperspectral spaceship is the variable star Antares, seen through a 2001 Philips Toucam with Sony Vegas used to max out the the color fringing.