One of the strangest UFO sightings in space explained by science
The sun is one of the closest stars we can study. Since 2008, NASA has placed two spacecraft in orbit around the Sun, tirelessly observing it, gathering scientific information and taking photos. But the two spacecraft, called Stereo A and Stereo B, take images of much more than the sun. They are able to record images at some distance from the sun. This is thanks to their orbit, which is some 95 million kilometers from the surface of the Sun.
These spacecraft are actually two eyes that stare at the sun and collect data. Stereo A and B observe the Sun in ultraviolet and X-rays. These observations allow us to develop 3D models of what is happening in the Sun. In March 2020, the Heliospheric Imager monitored solar winds and interplanetary space. At first glance, everything was fine. In the images, we could see the Earth and Venus. But suddenly, a strange object appears, moving at incredible speed from the outer asteroid belt. The object, which looks like a circular structure connected to another internal structure, is heading towards the sun. It does not resemble a natural phenomenon like a solar flare, a magnetic field or a plasma discharge.
As the object moves toward the sun, it appears to do so by projecting what looks like a beam toward the star. As it progresses, you could tell it doesn’t seem like a natural occurrence. But if not, what could it be? An alien mega-ship making a supply trip to the sun? The answer involves science and an understanding of how Stereo A and B spacecraft work and take pictures. And this understanding allows experts to discern extraterrestrial claims with extraterrestrial evidence. If you want to skip to the full video, you can click here for the explanation .