An image of the Sun showing an apparent giant alien UFO flying through the inner solar system raises speculations about NASA hiding evidence of alien presence. Cameras on board the Solar and Heliospheric Observatory (SOHO) captured the image on September 11, 2016.
UFO researchers have been spotting this UFO flying close to the Sun-Earth L1 gravitational balance point in the solar system. SOHO cameras also captured similar flybys in 2011, 2012, and 2016.
NASA and the European Space Agency jointly managed the SOHO satellite, which is stationed in a halo orbit around point L1. Its primary purpose is to transmit almost real-time data of solar activity to Earth, which helps in predicting space weather.
The UFO discovered in the image from SOHO LASCO C2 camera has multiple long arms, which according to UFO hunters, could be communication antennae.
Some UFO hunters say that the UFO has three long appendages and a fourth arm that is two times longer than the higher arms. All four arms are believed to be solid objects and not just trails.
Other UFO researchers say that the UFO actually has 5-7 arms. They also point out that the arms were not smoke trails or vapor from the engine exhaust, but solid appendages.
The UFO has repeatedly been spotted stationing near the Sun in SOHO images. Alien and UFO hunters suggest that the unidentified flying object follows a fixed route that regularly passes the Sun to refuel by sucking energy from the hot atmosphere of the star.
Alien hunters are now challenging NASA to explain why the mysterious object is present in two images taken on the same day by different SOHO cameras, making it impossible to be just an accidental flaw in the digital image.