NASA Doesn't Want You To See Video of Giant UFO Sphere That Transited Across The Sun On August 11, 2015, UFOlogists Say

JohnThomas Didymus

Online UFOlogist UFOvni2012 reports filming a rare and spectular event with a 4k camera on August 11, 2015 -- a massive UFO sphere that transited across the Sun.

Online UFOlogists say this video gives proof of frequent incidents of UFO spheres passing across the face of the Sun, but NASA has been trying to cover up the truth of existence of technologically advanced alien civilizations that are able to build solar heat-resistant spacecraft.

The video, shot with a SONY FDR-AXP33 4K Ultra HD, shows a giant spherical object transiting across the Sun (see image below). The UFO passes over the face of the Sun and emerges on the other side. It continues its journey into space now visible as a dark sphere.

Some skeptics tried to debunk the video, saying that the object was an astronomical body, such as planet Mercury or Venus, transiting across the Sun. But online UFOlogists pointed out quickly that a transit of Mercury or Venus across the Sun did not occur recently, thus the object could only have been a "cloaked" UFO traveling through space disguised as an astronomical body.

The last transit of Venus across the face of the Sun occurred on June 5 and June 6, 2012, and no other transit is expected to occur this century. Similarly, the last transit of Mercury across the Sun occurred in 2006 and the next is expected to occur in 2016.

UFO spheres passing over the face of the Sun have been a subject of protracted and heated debate between UFOlogists and scientists. Some NASA scientists have claimed that the spheres are merely "compression artifacts."

A compression artifact is an unintended alteration of the visual data due to compression of data so that it can fit into available disk space.

NASA scientist Joseph Gunman explained that the so-called UFO spheres are merely "compression artifacts, highly magnified."

"Compression artifacts are particularly obvious when a particle (cosmic ray or solar energetic, charged particle) hits the CCD detector on the spacecraft. The compression scheme has a hard time mathematically representing sharp, single or few-pixel features, and you get a characteristic pattern of a bright dot in the middle of a compression block (a subsection of the image) surrounded by a pattern of dark dots."

But online UFOlogists dispute this claim, pointing out that the spheres are identical in appearance with confirmed astronomical bodies, such as Mercury and Venus, transiting across the Sun. This, according to UFOlogists, proves that transiting spheres not identified as astronomical bodies must also be solid, physical objects and not artifacts of digital imaging technology.

Other UFOlogists point out that the manner in which the spheres transit across the face of the Sun (see video) proves that they are not merely spots or noise in the visual data.

UFOlogists have also often accused NASA officials of claiming malfunctions in the SOHO imaging equipment when such spheres appear, implying that the agency is trying to cover-up the presence of alien UFOs in the vicinity of the Sun.

According to UFO Sightings Hotspot, Scott Stevens, a meteorologist and UFOlogist, concluded that such spheres are in fact UFOs "flying in the vicinity of our star."

"I am confident that UFOs are flying in the vicinity of our star. I am talking about a fleet of UFOs operating near the Sun."

According to Stevens, NASA and the U.S. government are aware of the existence of technologically advanced alien civilizations that are able to build heat-resistant spaceships that can approach the Sun closely, but they are covering up the information out of fear of the consequences of admitting it.

"I believe that both NASA and the U.S. government are aware of the existence of a certain civilization whose spacecraft are capable of resisting extremely high temperatures. The powers that be are simply afraid to admit the fact. They haven't yet decided on the tactics."

[Image: YouTube/UFOvni2012; UFO Sightings Hotspot]