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ufo planer near sun

Date of sighting: February 14, 2016
Location of sighting: between Earth and Sun
Source photo: http://sohowww.nascom.nasa.gov//data/REPROCESSING/Completed/2016/c3/20160214/20160214_0142_c3_1024.jpg

On February 14, 2016, NASA’s SOHO Lasco C3 captured an unknown planet comet-like object close to the sun. The object must have been moving very fast as it only appears in one picture.

The image of the strange apparition quickly spread to social media, which led to a heated online debate about the origin of the object, from Nibiru, PlanetX, asteroid, solar flare, UFO, archon, living space organism to lens light refraction, cosmic dust particles and magnetic space bubbles.

If you have an idea about what the object could be, share it out to the community.

An orbiting Nasa space telescope captured a dark, planet comet-like object close to the sun.

These images were taken by the Helioviewer.org & SOHO solar spacecraft.

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Close pass of ufo near Lasco cameras on 14 February, 2016. Not huge, not near the sun, but near the SOHO Satellite at point L1 where the gravity of the Sun and Earth meet to form a stable position for satellite imagery. Streetcap1.




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