Nasa / Space

Are aliens on our sun? (gallery)

Could NASA videos break through the cloaking device of a planet-sized alien spacecraft that's moving close to our sun? Apparently, if closely viewed, a short video of the sun from NASA, posted by Sunsflare on YouTube, shows a strange funnel or hose or something extending from the sun's surface to what appears to be a circular object that is about the size of a planet.

Theories suggest it might be an alien spacecraft or maybe it's a Black Hole about to engulf the sun.

This gallery is a tease of some of the most recent spotting of aliens near the sun. A search on YouTube shows that there have been several videos of aliens at the sun posted over the last few years. All the photos and video stills are from NASA.

Credit: NASA

7 comments
michaellashinsky
michaellashinsky

In the fifth pic, between Mercury and the Alien Craft, I see the silhouette of Elvis! He is protecting Mercury from the Aliens! Go, Elvis!

cosmos-420man
cosmos-420man

Uh, HydroCarbonOxide is a called HCO3 and it turns into HCO18 when it is heated to temperatures higher than 30,000 degrees. The black seen here is probably just darkened carbon emmissions that are due to the Sun's Fusion Core not being active enough and thor efficient to burn away the carbon particles.

ITOdeed
ITOdeed

It looks a little like a big foot, but I know for a fact that big foots will only come out at night when the air is green and they will only appear around people who have cheap cameras that won't focus.

jdbrad
jdbrad

This is a rather common phenomenon on the sun. It is a magnetic tube. The sphere is not a sphere but rather a straight on view of part of the tube. This magnetic tube later burst and created a coronal mass ejection. There may be alien crafts out there somewhere, but this isn't one of them.

Tinman57
Tinman57

It's just a vortex caused from the turbulent and rapidly rising heat.

boomchuck1
boomchuck1

I'm more concerned about my calendar. It ends on Dec 31, 2012 and there is absolutely nothing after that!

tonyj_stirling
tonyj_stirling

"On Dec. 1, 2012, NASA's Heliospheric Imager-1 telescope produced a video of a huge coronal mass ejection (CME)." That's some telescope that can see into the future! Any chance it can see into the 1st of Jan 2013 yet to show there's nothing to be worried about re. the Mayan calendar?