A UFO seems to have "bounced" away from the gravitational influence of the Sun in a video posted to YouTube by an observer poring over public images published by NASA. What is it?
The unidentified flying object must be enormous. It doesn't look like any of the objects NASA has explained away in the past as lens flare or results of electromagnetic interference on the LASCO C5 Helio camera lens, which is achieved through infrared photography.
The object moves so quickly, it is hard to see. But the video slows down the action and it appears to be three-ringed.
The UFO also behaves very strangely. As it zooms past the Sun, its flight path appears to be affected by the star's gravitational influence. Why would that happen to a lens flare?
The video does an outstanding job of enhancing the image, but it doesn't help to identify what it might be.
So, what is it?
Here's the video:
What do you think?
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