Scott Waring, a self-proclaimed UFOlogist, claims to have spotted a UFO on the surface of the Sun. Waring describes the object as triangular in shape and huge in size—possibly even the size of the moon.
Interestingly, Waring says he contacted NASA scientists about the sighting but didn’t receive a response. He also notes that the object appears to periodically return to its original position in view of Earth, leading him to believe that it may be some kind of alien spacecraft.
Of course, sightings like this are always going to be met with some skepticism. But it’s definitely an interesting topic to discuss. So let’s take a closer look at what Waring has claimed and see if we can make heads or tails of it all.
On July 14, 2019, Scott Waring took to his blog to discuss a recent UFO sighting. He wrote that he had been watching a live stream of the Sun when he spotted an unusual object near the edge of the star. After enhancing the image, he could clearly see that the object was triangular in shape and appeared to be suspended above the Sun’s surface.
Waring goes on to say that he contacted several NASA scientists about the sighting but received no response. He speculates that the scientists may have been ordered not to investigate or share information about such sightings. However, Waring does note that NASA has acknowledged strange objects near our Sun in the past.
Waring also discusses how the object appears to periodically return to its original position in view of Earth. He theorizes that this could be because the object is actually an alien spacecraft that is Solar Powered and uses energy from the Sun to power its propulsion system.
While all of this may sound far-fetched, it’s important to remember that Scott Waring is far from the only person who has claimed to have seen a UFO near our Sun. In fact, there have been numerous similar sightings over the years, with many people speculating that they could be an alien spacecraft collecting energy from our star.
No one can say for sure what Scott Waring spotted on the surface of the Sun. But it’s definitely an interesting topic to consider. If nothing else, it shows how our willingness (or unwillingness) to believe can often cloud our judgment when evaluating such claims.