• UFO expert Scott Waring claimed to have spotted an alien vessel near the Sun
  • Image of the alleged vessel was captured by NASA's SOHO solar satellite
  • Waring believes the object was trying to avoid being detected 

A UFO expert claimed to have spotted a triangular alien vessel flying in front of the Sun. According to the expert, the strange object appeared in the image captured by NASA’s solar satellite.

The strange sighting was reported by Scott Waring of ET Data Base. According to his latest blog post, he first spotted the object over a year ago in one of the photos captured by the Solar and Heliospheric Observatory (SOHO), which is a robotic satellite launched by NASA to observe the Sun’s activities.

Although Waring referred to NASA's SOHO images in his latest blog post, the agency has not released a statement confirming his claims.

In the blog post, Waring stated that he decided to check on the object again to see if it would still appear in SOHO’s images. As noted by the UFO expert, the strange object still appeared in the photos even though he used different camera filters.

“I went back to check on the black triangle UFO that I discovered almost a year ago and decided to record its activity for this week,” he stated in a blog post. “I used four different filters on the SOHO camera and each filter has different detail, but each filter did record the UFO. Since there are four cameras that have recorded it at the same time, that means it’s an astronomical anomaly that is confirmed.”

In the photo, the strange object appears to have a triangle-shaped body. According to Waring, the object could be an alien vessel that was deliberately flying near the Sun to avoid detection.

“Absolute proof that this is an alien structure, most likely an alien ship being used as a space station,” he stated. “But why on our Sun’s low orbit? Perhaps they believe that humans are not intelligent enough to be able to detect them near the Sun.”

Interestingly, Waring’s latest blog post coincides with his previous sightings using the images taken by the SOHO satellite. In his previous reports, Waring talked about the concept of a Dyson sphere, which is a hypothetical megastructure used by spacefaring civilizations. Theoretically, Dyson spheres harness the energy of stars to maintain its operations in space.

Waring believes that the objects spotted flying near the Sun could be Dyson spheres that were collecting energy from the massive star.

Solar activity is shown in an image made by NASA's SOHO Large Angle and Spectrometric Coronagraph (LASCO) instrument at 6:30 a.m. (1130 GMT) on October 28, 2003.
The cloud, known to astronomers as a coronal mass ejection, is the one of the strongest ever detected since scientists started measuring these phenomena a quarter-century ago. When that cloud of particles gets here, perhaps by midday Wednesday, it could have severe effects, such as affecting some modern electronics and navigation equipment. Reuters