• A UFO as big as the Moon was spotted on the Sun
  • The UFO may have heat resistant features 
  • The UFO could be just a sunspot

A UFO expert claimed to have spotted a massive UFO hovering over the Sun’s surface. The expert noted that the alleged alien vessel on the giant star could be as big as the Moon.

The strange UFO sighting was made by Scott Waring of ET Data Base. Waring noted that he saw the alleged UFO on the Sun while browsing through the JHelioviewer website, which was developed by the European Space Agency (ESA).

The site was developed by the agency to provide compressed versions of the images taken by NASA’s Solar Dynamics Observatory, a robotic satellite that has been observing the Sun since 2010.

As Waring was going through the images featured on the site, he spotted a strange object on the Sun’s surface. Upon zooming in on the object, he noted that it had a slightly triangular shape and looks almost like a cartoon drawing of a heart.

According to the UFO expert, the strange object was actually an alien vessel hovering over the Sun’s surface. Waring claimed that it was able to stay close to the massive star due to its heat resistant features.

“I found this black triangle UFO on our sun a few months ago and I am still watching it,” he stated in a blog post. “I can see it daily using this special software designed by the ESA.

“This shows me that the triangle UFO is still there,” Waring continued. “It's black, so we know its surface is heat resistant or has some kind of protective electronic shield around it.”

This isn’t the first time that Waring spotted a UFO flying near the Sun. In his previous reports, he mentioned that some of these strange UFOs could be Dyson structures, which, in theory, are massive interstellar vessels that are capable of supporting space-faring civilizations. These vessels survive in space for a long time by absorbing energy from stars.

Of course, it is also possible that these dark objects on the Sun’s surface are only sunspots. These are formed when the temperature on a certain region of the Sun’s surface drops due to concentrations of magnetic field flux that inhibit convection.