A time lapse UFO video on YouTube chronicles a single day of images snagged from the Solar and Heliospheric Observatory satellite monitoring the Sun, and the results are spectacular.
Even non-believers will come away scratching their heads and asking, "What are the unidentified flying objects hovering above the solar surface?"
The video has no text, running only still photos, which are shown first in normal perspective, then zoomed in and enlarged. Without saying a word or asking a question, the message is crystal clear: What is really out there?
Dozens of unusually shaped objects, some distinctly metallic and ship-like, one even resembling a human face, braving titanic solar flare activity, are seemingly unaffected by the blasting heat of the Sun's instantly melting temperatures, and are collected in one awe-inspiring collage of visually sumptuous beauty and wonder.
Theories by experts about anomalies on collector plates and glitches in the SOHO software don't seem to fully explain all of the UFO sightings recorded in the 24 hour period that was May 16, 2012.
Set to a perfectly moody, mysterious soundtrack, one can't help but get caught up in the majesty of the Sun, no matter if these objects are solid and real or whether they are mere wisps of random gaseous particles magnetically adhering to a photoelectric camera lens.
In other words, alien motherships or not, it makes for one killer light show.
Here's the video:
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