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NASA’s SOHO Satellite Records Spherical UFO Leaving the Sun

NASA’s SOHO Satellite Records Spherical UFO Leaving the Sun 1

Official statement regarding the event is as follows: During the early hours of December 24th, a coronal mass ejection (CME) exploded from the far side of the sun. SOHO recorded the cloud as it billowed over the sun’s northeastern limb. Because this was a far sided event, it will have no impact on Earth.

However, according to YouTube channel Mrmb333 the CME is a huge sphere, an alien craft that leaves the sun.

This object, or one like it was first spotted in 2012, however the one in 2012 was unusual in that there was a connection between the massive sphere and the sun itself… in all of the sightings it was clearly not coronal mass ejections.

The images were taken by NASA’s satellites Lasco C2 and Lasco C3 on December 24, 2018 and processed in the first part of the next video showing the moment the UFO soars off of the sun.


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