Are aliens harnessing the power of our very own sun to power their ships as they wander solar system? A renowned alien hunting Youtube channel made UFO news after saying that there is evidence of a four-pronged object orbiting our star.
The image was supposedly captured by the Solar and Heliospheric Observatory (SOHO). The satellite is operated as a joint venture by NASA and the European Space Agency (ESA).
According to Express, conspiracy theorists claim that the object is an alien craft harboring energy from the Sun. SOHO on the other hand distanced itself from the alleged UFO news by saying that the object is nothing more than space debris.
However, popular UFO hunter Scott C. Waring of UFO Daily Sightings says that the object is most certainly not natural. The footage clearly show three to four appendages protruding from the main “body.”
Object Near Sun Makes UFO News
The shape does bear striking resemblance to the Earth’s first artificial satellite Sputnik 1. The Soviet satellite was launched more than half a century ago and has since been lost to the vastness of space.
Conspiracy theory Youtube channel StreetCap1 posted the controversial footage online which sent alien enthusiasts into a frenzy. The channel also posted the question “Why has NASA continually released these photos without any explanation of these anomalies?”
The space agency has indeed released several controversial photos and videos over the years without so much as a press conference. This allowed conspiracy theorists to make their own conclusions from the controversial materials which further increased speculation.
The number of people claiming that NASA is not being transparent with the facts has also steadily increased over the years. And with recording technology readily available even ordinary people can capture strange anomalies on video.
The footage seemed to prove this point. One commenter said that why can we get high-resolution images of the sun’s surface but not the objects that surround it.
Still this lack of transparency has made UFO news sites the authority on such controversial materials. Hopefully we will see the day when such things will no longer be considered pseudoscience.
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