UFO caught stealing part of the Sun’s soul?!

Solar Eruption Mistaken for Refueling UFO.

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 refueling by sucking up solar plasma, or at the very least, the birth of a new planet.

However, according to NASA scientists, the feature is actually a little-understood, but frequently observed, type of solar activity called a “prominence,” and the way it is situated beneath another solar feature gives it its otherworldy appearance.

Source: Life’s Little Mysteries

A perfectly natural explanation. Besides, how could a UFO have survived the extreme heat from the sun? Once again, we have some people that will assume an extreme and completely implausible explanation when there are better ones.

Here’s a very short clip of the incident:

  4 comments for “UFO caught stealing part of the Sun’s soul?!

  1. Massaschusetts
    March 14, 2012 at 5:05 PM

    For the sake of argument, if you don’t know exactly what a UFO is and what it’s capabilities are, then you can’t assume that a given activity is outside of its range of capabilities. All the “out there” theories of faster than light travel which are unlikely to work call for huge forces / temperatures, so any craft capable of surviving such a journey may very well have the capability to survive forces near the sun. Though of course, super highly unlikely.

    I will say that this is one of the better “freaky astronomy” / UFO flicks I’ve seen. The alleged object appears to be spherical, and it’s strange that the “tether” is so much thinner and such. I’m not surprised people are surprised by this one, though people should be willing to listen to more conventional, and far more likely, explanations.

  2. March 14, 2012 at 5:37 PM

    Agreed. But it would be out of the bounds of material science as we know it. So, skepticism sure is justified.

  3. Massachusetts
    March 15, 2012 at 10:44 PM

    yes, definitely out of bounds for science as we know it!

  4. California
    March 17, 2012 at 2:30 AM

    It’s the planet x that so many people talk about. There’s a part in which you can see the thing leave the sun. It may or may not be intelligent, but it could be likely that the thing is on a collision course with earth which scientists haven’t figured out or are withholding.

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