For a large group of alien hunters today, their efforts to find proof of extra-terrestrial life focus not on sightings within the Earth’s atmosphere but out into space. With the huge array of images captured and displayed by NASA and other space agencies, there is plenty of raw material to work with. Recently there were the strange images on the ISS Live Feed that was then blacked out. Now another experienced alien spotter has seen what he calls a ‘mothership’ in orbit of our own Sun.
The image was spotted by the people behind the YouTube channel Myunhauzen74 who has a proven record of spotting the strange and anomalous in the space above our planet. On this occasion, he spotted a large image on the pictures taken by a satellite from NASA on a Halo Orbit around the sun caught on Sunday and Monday.
The image, or set of images, has been dubbed a mothership and has instantly brought similarities to the Death Star from the Star Wars movies. These huge ships would have to be advanced enough to fly close to the sun without being vaporised by its heat and has led some to suggest that they are harvesting the energy from our star for power.
The channel’s operator is said to be very credible and is backed by Scott C Waring, editor of UFO Sightings Daily, who has had the work verified. Waring also says that Russian scientists announced some six or seven years ago that they had noted UFOs flying around the sun that would abruptly change speed and direction. But all evidence of this on the internet has since been removed.
It seems the Sun is a busy place these days as just a few days earlier another alien spotter noticed another large mothership-type craft close to the star. The footage was displayed under the user Streetcap 1’s channel and showed a craft that could be as large as the state of Idaho based on surrounding information.
One observation from these researchers is that there is a correlation between the appearance of the large craft and solar flares. A solar flare is a sudden brightness in the Sun’s surface that sees a release of energy up to 1025 joules, around 1/6th of the energy of the star. They are often followed by a huge coronal mass ejection into space.
This increase in energy output tallies with the theory that these craft could be collecting energy from the Sun for their engines, or other propulsion means. Sceptics on the other hand believe that the images are nothing more than a lens flare. With the technology in space continuing to improve all the time, no doubt we will soon have clear enough images to know definitively one way or the other.