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Eerie ISS photo appears to show stowaways from DALEK watching us in space

SPACE fans had to do a double take after spotting what appears to be Daleks sneaking off the ISS.

One of the current residents of the space station shared an eerie photo of the “stowaways”.

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“Stowaways” spottedPhoto credit: @SergKorsakov

Russian cosmonaut Sergei Korsakov saw the couple on a supply ship after it undocked and left the ISS.

They appear to show two rounded objects with lights for eyes.

“Who are these stowaways watching us?” he tweeted.

Space detectives quickly got to work guessing what they might be, with one suggesting it might be Doctor Who’s longtime enemy.

Others joked that it could be a far less menacing fictional character.

Star Wars’ friendly droid R2-D2.

Korsakov has not confirmed what the objects really are.

But as CNET reports, it’s likely just a few components that have seen the light of day.

So we don’t need to worry about a massive Dalek invasion coming our way.

The spacecraft in question is called the Progress MS-18.

It’s a Russian ship that was loaded with dry cargo, fuel, oxygen and water to keep the ISS and its occupants running.

Nasa recently announced plans to destroy the aging space station by 2031.

The ISS cosmonaut made the joke on Twitter

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The ISS cosmonaut made the joke on TwitterCredit: SergKorsakov
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