May 8, 2014

Long UFO Near Sun, Same As On Mars and at ISS? May 6, 2014, UFO Sighting News.

Date of sighting: May 6, 2014
Location of sighting: Earths Sun
Source: NASA/SOHO
This UFO was caught by "Myunhauzen74" of Youtube. He watches the SOHO images almost daily posting 5-7 videos per week. I really am fascinated by this particular UFO in the above screenshot. It was also seen by the Mars Curiosity Rover last week on April 28th and was even seen at the space station on live cam (May 5, 2014). In this shot above you can see this is not a comet or meteor. It no tail. Both ends of the object are completely even and smooth. You can see it at 44 sec into the video and please subscribe or thumbs up Myunhauzen for his awesome daily work. SCW

6 comments:

  1. It was also found on the SOHO LASCO C3 photo (2014/02/17 10:30) I sent you in February.

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    1. Sorry, I don't remember seeing that email. I had problems with that email not allowing me to view video or photos, so I switched last week to a new email. I apologise for overlooking that. That email just wouldn't load photos well.

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  2. Awesome pick up on these objects! I love the SOHO satelites, best telescope invention of the decade! By the way, 4 new HD cameras were installed on the ISS for "live" streaming to the public today. Thought you should know. This should help all UFO researchers and non believers find more evidence. I don't know how long they will be "live for the public" though.

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    1. Yeah, those ISS cams are already being used by UFO researches. They recorded over three videos of UFOs already. I think however its only 2 HD cams, but maybe 4.
      Thanks,
      SCW

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  3. Why are stars visible from Mars via the rover photos but not visible from the moon via the Apollo landing photos from 1969 on?

    Ask yourself that question. NASA can not have it both ways.

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    1. Wow, I never thought of that. Yeah...right. It doesn't make any sense at all.

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