We've all seen these UFOs near the sun videos/photos posted on here, but this one seems like a different phenomenon in the regular NASA images to
I've heard everything from giant planet size UFOs to artifacts in low resolution, and as far as I'm concerned the jury is still out on these
anomalies. NASA telling us these are not UFOs is not proof positive to me, it's taking an organization's word as truth and fact, which is rarely
the case with gov't agencies.
Right now they are what they are, low resolution anomalies.
These are from Stereo Ahead EUVI 284 images.
This particular one doesn't act like any I have previously seen.
It starts out like one of those low resolution artifacts, then becomes fully illuminated at approximately 9-18-2011 22:16:30.
It remains parked and illuminated from that point to 9-20-2011 10:16:30, at which point the object then vanishes for the remainder of the available
Object appears at 0:59 (mute sound unless you want to hear uploader's commentary)
I don't believe it could be a planet, asteroid, comet, or a stuck pixel/artifact. I have no idea what it might be but it's non movements for that
specific time period seems odd, I'd like to hear some intelligent opinions and/or provable facts as to what this object is.
Originally posted by gortex
These objects around the sun video's have been posted over and over , they are image artifacts not UFO's .
Normally I'd agree because it seems logical, but this one parks for a day and a half then disappears. It starts out like a normal artifact but then
turns the lights on? This one is different, why I posted it.
Isn't the standard reply 'hot pixels' for anything we don't recognize? I can't help but be intrigued by these images and so many others,
especially on Stereo A & B EUVI 195. I don't claim aliens, or death star sized ships that shoot out of the Sun's supposed stargate, but I do think
there's an awful lot of hot pixels lately.
No, that's a fools errand. Care to show me more UFOs?
Most of these low resolution artifact videos/ images are not like these. The object is totally illuminated and remains for an extended period of
time in the same position. The other anomalies posted on here look like X's and have pixel shapes to them, and they move to a new position in every
frame, this one is just a bright dot which started out as a black dot.
My challenge was to prove this as a normal occurrence on the NASA images, I'm stating it's not. A fool's errand would be to prove what this is, if
not, it remains an Unidentified Flying Object.
edit on 29-9-2011 by JibbyJedi because: (no reason given)
Take another look, care to explain why the black dot is the exact size of the CCD pixel? Also, please explain how this "UFO" just sits in perfect
relation to the camera and does not move. If a Earth sized object was orbiting that close to the Sun, it would have an extremely fast orbit.
Any regular space object would be continuously moving in the frames, unless it's moving toward the camera, which may be the case here if it is a
space object. It also looks like all the other moving nearby objects, are they all artifacts/light pixels? Why does just one of them decide to hit
the pause button?
I'm not on board with the artifact explanation, never saw an artifact do this. Everything continues to be in motion except this object. 2 days
worth of images in the exact same spot? That's not a normal occurrence even for a distant planet with a slow orbit.
Firstly, I'd like to point out that pixels are, by their very nature, square and not round.
Secondly, I'd recommend to everyone to spend some time every night just looking up at the sky. It's amazing how many self-illuminating pixels you
can see moving around (given enought ime). It's also possible in the day time but they're much harder to see. I'd really love to get my hands on a
decent set of IR goggles
There's another 'object' on the left hand side at more or less the same spot, although twice as far from the sun. As you mention, what's odd is
that both of these 'objects' remain static for quite some time. I agree that, because of this, it seems unlikely that they are video artefacts.
Definitely an interesting find, although I suspect there is probably a mundane explanation for it.
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