Telescope images captured of the sun on Monday (March 12) show what appears to be a planet-size shadowy object tethered to the sun by a dark
filament. In the image sequence, a burst of brightly lit material can be seen erupting from the sun's surface surrounding the dark object, after which
the orb detaches from the sun and shoots out into space.
The footage, a composite of images captured by the Solar Dynamics Observatory and processed by scientists at NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center, has
quickly garnered attention on YouTube, where viewers are suggesting it shows a UFO spacecraft
March 12, 2012 NASA captured the event via Solar Dynamics Observatory.
"When you look at it from the edge of the sun, what you actually see is a spherical object.
You're actually looking down the tunnel. And this tunnel sits up top of the filament," C. Alex Young, a solar astrophysicist at NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center
My only problem with the "sunflares are actually UFOs" theory is that it would take some VERY advanced technology to be that close to the sun and
not get burned up. Not saying it isnt possible, not saying it isnt out there somewhere, but you know?
That "UFO" must be absolutely massive to have that sort of effect on the sun. I am inclined to lean towards the solar flare explanation based upon
the size of it, it must be bigger than a gas giant and I really doubt the possibility to construct something of such a size, it must require the
resources of many thousands of rocky planets.
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