NASA Detected A Mysterious Thing On Images Of The Sun

A massive of a blue unknown and mysterious sphere spotted in front of the Sun by NASA's images from the cameras. A perplexing sphere spotted on the images of recently taken images by NASA’s pair of satellites watching the Sun that had some conspiracy theorists in a frenzy, suggesting it was a unidentified flying object. The captured object has captivated the imagination of UFO hunters.

A Mysterious Thing On Images Of The Sun

The mysterious images of the sun that was seen on November 17, 2016 can be found on NASA’s STEREO Science Center (SSC) website with “Ahead HI1” Telescope view selected. STEREO consists of two space-based observatories - one ahead of Earth in its orbit, the other trailing behind. SSC is the missiong support data of STEREO. It is also the focal point for education and for public outreach activities.

According to Inquisitr, online UFO forums are abuzz with excited speculation about an alleged huge and mysterious “blue sphere” UFO captured by NASA. The alleged UFO was reportedly spotted zooming across the face of the Sun. But another page on the website reveals that the image is a “corrupted image” of the Sun that occurs when, “on rare occasions,” the STEREO processor becomes “overloaded.”

“On rare occasions, the SECCHI image processor on board STEREO becomes overloaded, and produces corrupted images,” NASA explains. “Because the images from the Heliospheric Imager (HI) telescopes are built up from a large number of exposures added together, this sometimes results in ‘double exposures,’ where data from several telescopes appear in the same image.”

The Detected Mysterious Thing On The Sun Goes Viral

Facebook user Pamela Johnson shared the mysterious images from the space agency’s website claiming the Sun reacted to the object on November 15. “Our Sun is casting the light that is coming in from the left side of the frame. This satellite’s archives showed the Sun began reacting to this object on November 15 and there are several frames missing on the from November 15 to 16. Wow!”

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