• A massive UFO was spotted passing in front of the Sun
  • Image of the alleged UFO was captured by NASA's satellite
  • The strange object changed directions while moving

A UFO expert claimed to have spotted a massive alien vessel flying in front of the Sun. Interestingly, the strange object changed directions as it eclipsed the massive star.

The strange sighting was made by Scott Waring of ET Data Base. According to Waring, he spotted the alleged UFO while he was browsing through the videos taken by the Solar Heliospheric Observatory (SOHO), a satellite launched by NASA in 1995 to study the Sun.

In the video, which was shared through NASA’s Helioviewer website, a large spherical object can be seen moving in front of the Sun. The movement and appearance of the strange object slightly resemble the motion of the Moon’s shadow as it eclipses the Sun.

However, as seen in the video, the object didn’t move in a straight line in front of the Sun. Instead, it changed its direction and started moving farther away from the massive Sun. For Waring, the sudden change in direction and the speed of the object indicate that it was not a planet or natural satellite.

“[I] found this very interesting object passing front of the Sun and then do a 180-degree reversal,” Waring wrote in a blog post. “It’s odd, I have never seen that before. The object reversed directions like it was on rails. Since it didn't orbit the Sun we know it’s not a planet like Mercury, Venus or Earth.”

According to Waring, it’s possible that the strange object could be a UFO or alien vessel that happened to pass in front of NASA’s satellite as it was taking images of the Sun. In his previous posts, Waring discussed the possibility of a planet and moon-sized alien vessels approaching the Sun.

“There are a lot of UFOs out there, some planet size and this is crazy cool,” he stated.

Of course, there’s probably a simpler explanation regarding the appearance of the massive black object in front of the Sun. Based on its appearance, it could be a piece of equipment on the SOHO satellite that accidentally moved as it was observing the Sun.

Solar flare
Study suggests sun's activity was far more intense before planets formed. Pictured, an image showing the bright light of a solar flare on the left side of the sun and an eruption of solar material shooting through the its atmosphere, called a prominence eruption. NASA/SDO