By analysing images from NASA’s Solar and Heliospheric Observatory (SOHO) satellite, alien hunters believe they have spotted a huge UFO near the Sun. What appears to be a huge flare coming from the side of the Sun is in fact a UFO so huge it is almost beyond comprehension. According to prominent alien hunter Scott C Waring, the supposed UFO is at least 25 times the size of Earth.
Earth’s radius is 6,371 kilometres (3,958 miles), making the UFO more than 159,275 kilometres (98,968 miles) long.
Mr Waring also believes the UFO came from the Sun’s core, where it is feeding off our host star’s immense energy.
The UFO enthusiast said on his blog ET Database: “I caught a giant black orb exiting our sun on SOHO images today. The images are actually from June 27, but are still seen as current for some unknown reason. The black sphere is over 25X the size of the earth and sits there for a few hours before it shoots away.
“This is certainly one of the biggest spheres seen near our sun in a while.
“Now its certainly possible that this is sun mantle material that is being pushed out, but if so it should be glowing an still burning to some degree, but its not.
“So there is a big chance that his black sphere is actually a alien ship or space station that was occupying a hollow space within our sun and then was seen exiting.
“I call it hollow sun theory, and it answers a lot of our burning questions of why UFOs are seen around our sun and leaving our sun so often.”
Scientists who have worked for NASA in the past have a much simpler explanation for all of the bizarre UFO sightings reported.
According to former NASA engineer James Oberg, most UFO sightings are nothing more than “space dandruff” floating in front of cameras.
These specks of dandruff can be anything from bits of chipped paint drifting aimlessly in zero gravity, flakes of ice or spacecraft insulation that has broken off.
He said: “I’ve had enough experience with real spaceflight to realise that what’s being seen in many videos is nothing beyond the ‘norm’ from fully mundane phenomena occurring in unearthly settings.”
Mr Oberg argued the human brain is not wired to make sense of these tiny objects floating above Earth.
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