Mysterious black cube emerged from the Sun on NASA cam before site shuts down

A mysterious black cube was spotted briefly emerging from the Sun on live camera before NASA experienced glitches on its site, sending conspiracy theorists into frenzy.

Self-proclaimed extraterrestrial expert Scott C Waring, who is now based in Taiwan, claimed the American space agency covered up the particular area of the Sun and shut down the website "for maintenance" as soon as the black cube appeared.

Pulling footage from the Solar and Heliospheric Observatory, a project of international cooperation between NASA and the European Space Agency, a tiny cubic-shaped object appears on the right bottom corner of the Sun for roughly two seconds.

The clip is cut to an abrupt end and the screen turns pitch black.

"You can see the cube coming out of the Sun and right after that, a big glitch that covers 25% of that," Scott said.

"There it is, gone! Glitch!

"Two frames of the cube coming out of the Sun an then huge glitch…one, two, glitch. Guys, this is mind-boggling."

Scott suggested the spectacular moment took place on May 2 at around 1.06pm GMT.

"This is on the SOHO official website, you also see the cube and the timestamp matches — 13.06, on May 2," he said before he opens another tab showing information shown on the Helioviewer Project.

The website stated "Helioviewer will be down on May 2nd between 13:00:00 and 21:00:00".

Scott then boldly suggested that NASA is trying to hide the black cubes going through space, going through the Sun.

Bernhard Fleck, project scientist and mission manager at SOHO, told Vice in an interview responding to similar appearance of a black cube on the Sun that it's not an object.

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"The black square is due to a missing (corrupted) telemetry block," he said.

"Most missing blocks are indeed filled by our pipeline processing, but this doesn't always work, and not all missing blocks are filled correctly.

So in simple words, the appearance of black cubes are glitches in the picture itself caused by transmission errors between SOHO and Earth.

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