2011-01-28

UFO Sighting of many Earth size objects in orbit around our Sun's surface, 1-28-2011.

Date of sighting: January 28, 2011
Location of sighting: Earth's Sun






The SOHO consortium released new photos of our sun today. I went through the scanning for anomalies and found some within a few seconds.






I found it odd that a few of the objects were black or not glowing. This indicates that these objects are not hot, yet that should be impossible. The edges of the sun are easiest to spot the UFOs.

Below black and white photo was red, but has been changed.


Original photo.


Yellow is also original unaltered.


Many news organizations around the world reported about these Earth size UFOs back in 2010, and many reports can easily be found with video proof, if you google the keywords, "sun, UFOs."



On the red photo I did change it to Black and white. That brought up another unseen UFO, as well as make another more clear.



Source: photos courtesy of SOHO/LASCO consortium. A project of international cooperation between NASA & ESA.


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  2. GULP, i i ahhum humbly wanted to say originally to you all is that that ok here goes, 3 2 1 those pics to me is a frightenly awesome display of cosmic power beyond our/YOUR mortal earth bound imaginations, & hell HELL everybody do you zee how this planet whose YOUR WORLD for the time being is like a golf ball a a little snack in comparison to your nearest natural cosmic fission reactor of exponential mass & GULP cosmic power to vaporize this rock if it swollowed it GULP AHHH & BURP the great Sol of this solar sys would belch after the snack...

    Ok Now TINK just TINK about dat for a nano sec or more again & again & again crewmates w/ out that trusty Thinking Helmet straped on ya noggins. ๐Ÿ˜☀

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