December 9, 2011 by staff
Mercury UFO, A cloaked alien spaceship just may be parked next to Mercury, according to a YouTube user who goes by the handle siniXster and whose video of a suspicious tract of space near the planet has earned a certain amount of media attention.
In the video, a solar flare (or coronal mass ejection, CME) apparently illuminates an object that could not be seen before. In remarkably unsurprised sounding tones, given that he may have just spotted something that could change the course of mankind for, well, ever, siniXster says, “This is just insane.” He then exhorts the viewer to look at a blank space, where an oblong shape appears when the solar flare washes over the region – and which could not possibly be anything other than a spaceship. “Obviously it’s cloaked,” he says, adding, “you can see it’s not there… It’s obviously a spaceship. There’s absolutely no explanation for that other than it’s some sort of ship.” The sequence, reported The Daily Mail, was taken by the Heliospheric Imager-1 telescope and was on the US Navy’s SECCHI website.
So should we be preparing for a mass invasion? Or breaking out the champagne to greet our new space-friends?
“As long as mankind has gazed into the vast night sky above, he has wondered: hey, is that a giant alien death star ship, parked over by Mercury?” asked Hamilton Nolan on Gawker.
Uh. It’s just what happens when you look at space. However, scientists have explained away the image as being Mercury itself, from the day before. Engineer Nathan Rich, of the United States Naval Research Laboratory, said, quoted on The Daily Mail, “‘When [this averaging process] is done between the previous day and the current day and there is a feature like a planet, this introduces dark artifacts in the background where the planet was on the previous day, which then show up as bright areas in the enhanced image.” So there you go.
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