A UFO expert claimed that a photo taken by one of NASA’s satellites showed a massive UFO hovering near the Sun. The expert estimated that the UFO could be 10 times bigger than Earth.

The image of the Sun was taken by the Solar and Heliospheric Observatory (SOHO), a satellite designed to monitor and study solar activities. It was developed through a joint project by NASA and the European Space Agency.

According to Scott Waring of ET Data Base, one of SOHO’s latest images featured a strange object flying over the Sun. Unlike Waring’s other sightings, the object in SOHO’s photo did not have a circular shape. Instead, it looked like two trapezoid-like objects placed on top of one another.

Waring speculated that the object was most likely a spaceship that was built by an advanced race of alien beings that have been developing technological advancements for billions of years.

This was not the first time that Waring spotted a strange object hovering near the Sun in NASA’s photos. Last month, he reportedly saw through a SOHO photo a triangular-shaped UFO over the massive star. He noted that even though the Sun was rotating, the object stayed motionless and remained in the same spot.

Waring said the sighting reminded him of a news story about the theory of two Russian scientists regarding UFOs flying near the Sun.

“About 15 years ago I read an article in the news that was about two Russian scientists that recorded UFOs flying around the Sun,” Waring wrote. “These UFOs they said, were often as big as our Moon and made hard right angle changes of direction. They would also decrease and increase speed for no apparent reason.”

“They said they believed the UFOs were gathering a certain rare particle created by the Sun,” he added. “The story soon disappeared and so did the scientists.”

Aside from mining the giant star for rare particles, another theory suggests that the Sun is actually hollow and houses an entire alien solar system. Followers of this theory believe that those residing inside the Sun can enter and exit the massive star through on opening on its surface.

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. Photo: NASA/SDO