Shadab Shaikh, a resident of South Karnataka in India, was preparing for the Annular Solar Eclipse that was to be visible from Mangalore on December 15th. He was testing his camera to capture the eclipse and was reviewing the footage and images on his computer after the examination. It was then that he noticed 11 circular objects moving in front of the Sun. These objects appeared to be UFOs, as they were moving at different speeds and in various patterns.
Some were traveling quickly, while others were moving slowly. Some moved in a straight line, while others moved in circles. One UFO even made a U-turn and passed the Sun before returning to its original position. It’s unclear what these objects are, but you can watch the video below for more information and share your thoughts.
Most famous cases: UFOs near the Sun
UFO sightings near the Sun have been reported numerous times, and it’s difficult to determine the exact frequency of these occurrences. However, many of these sightings are dismissed as natural phenomena or camera glitches.
One of the most famous cases of UFO sightings near the Sun is the NASA SOHO (Solar and Heliospheric Observatory) incident in 2010. The incident involved a YouTube user who claimed to have discovered a fleet of alien spacecraft near the Sun in SOHO images.
This caused a lot of speculation and debate in the UFO community and led to further investigations by NASA. However, NASA concluded that the objects were most likely cosmic rays or other naturally occurring phenomena.
Another famous case of a UFO sighting near the Sun occurred in 2012 when a strange object was observed moving in front of the Sun during a live feed of the Transit of Venus.
The object was triangular in shape and moved in a controlled manner, leading some to speculate that it was an alien spacecraft. However, it was later suggested that the object was most likely a glitch in the telescope’s camera.
There have been numerous other reported cases of UFO sightings near the Sun, but many of these have been explained as natural phenomena or camera glitches. It’s essential to remain skeptical and approach these sightings with a critical eye, as many of them may have more mundane explanations.