UFO hunters claim to have obtained evidence backing recent claims by multiple UFO researchers that the agency deliberately uses pixel glitches to hide alien UFO spacecraft spotted on the agency's Solar and Heliospheric Observatory (SOHO) images of the Sun.
According to UFO hunters, two images taken recently by different Extreme ultraviolet Imaging Telescopes (EIT) on board NASA's SOHO spacecraft reveal square-shaped pixel glitches (see images below). The separate images, taken on August 7 by EIT 195 at 01:13 UTC and EIT 171 at 13:00 UTC, show the same square-shaped pixelation flaw at the same location on the Sun.
UFO hunters claim that the occurrence of pixel glitches at the same location on two different images of the Sun proves that they [the pixel glitches] did not occur accidentally, but were generated deliberately to hide an anomaly on the Sun.
"NASA is fond of using these square pixels when they want to block something out."According to the popular UFO hunter Secureteam10, in a video uploaded to YouTube on August 11, 2016, he claims that "they can do that under the guise of a simple [pixel] glitch."
"We have two separate images of the sun taken a day apart showing what looks like a glitch in the middle of the [image] of the sun," Secureteam10 narrator Tyler Glockner said.
"We have an image showing a [square-shaped] pixel on the sun," he continued. "We have another shot of the sun taken with a different camera in a different wavelength showing the same pixel in the same spot on the sun. This proves that this is not some image artifact or pixelation glitch caused by a natural occurrence such as a sun flare. These are two separate images taken by two separate cameras, and on these two images taken a day apart we have the same pixel glitch that would seem to have been placed there to cover up something."
Similarly, UFO hunter Scott Waring argued in a post to his UFO Sightings Daily blog on August 10, that the two images prove that a massive alien UFO larger than our Earth was captured by SOHO cameras hovering over the Sun, sucking energy from it.
However, Waring disagreed with Secureteam10's argument that the square patch was a pixel glitch used to cover up a massive UFO hovering the Sun. He argued that the square patch itself was the UFO.
"This UFO cube was seen at our sun again and these two different cameras caught it.""The fact that two different cameras saw it is 100% proof that this is not a computer glitch," the UFO hunter argued. "This is evidence that the cube is really there and is a large solid object bigger than Earth. The cube is in the same location in both photos."
"It is sucking away the sun's chromosphere (surface) and maybe the next layer of the photosphere," he continued. "It [the UFO] may be [harvesting energy] to deliver to an alien world in our solar system, because we see it often around our sun."
"[The UFO] is sucking away the sun for some kind of energy that it needs for power."The bizarre UFO sighting claims are the latest in a series of recent claims that have spurred allegations that NASA is deliberately covering up evidence of alien UFO activity around the Sun by using fake pixel glitches and sometimes dark square patches.
"This may not be an occupied ship, but actually a massive drone that is the size of Earth itself."
"We have an object that has been blacked out by NASA that looks to be siphoning energy from the sun."The alternative suggestions put forward by Waring and Secureteam10 sparked a debate among UFO conspiracy theorists. Some accepted Secureteam10's suggestion that the black square was a crude attempt by NASA to hide a massive alien UFO harvesting energy from the Sun.
But other enthusiasts agreed with Waring that the black object was an alien "Borg cube" UFO.
"The idea of a Borg cube is derived from the Star Trek science fiction series. The Borg are villainous cybernetic extraterrestrial beings who live in a hive mind termed 'the Collective,'" according to The Inquisitr. "They travel through interstellar space in a sinister-looking black cube spacecraft."But skeptics dismissed the claims as fanciful and suggested that the black square patch was a pixelation flaw. Some suggested it was caused by a device used as an occulting disk, The Inquisitr reported.
Astronomers use occulting disks to block out bright objects so that fainter ones can be observed.
[Image via SOHO/NASA]