This looks like a boring while L shaped line, but its not. Its the needle in the hey stack. This is a giant UFO as big as Earth itself that moves toward Earths Sun, the suddenly makes a hard 45 degree turn. Thats an impossible feat in astrophysics, and yet...the SOHO satellite recorded it. As if that wasn't enough, this UFO was traveling at almost the speed of light, about 1/50th or so...that it got caught by the SOHO images for a split second and was gone. Just like that. It wasn't light speed, because I don't think the camera would catch that speed, but still this giant UFO is rocking some power.
Below you see the full image...with a planet passing at the center of the the photo. That planet looks like Jupiter or Venus, so...compare it to the size of the UFO. If that UFO and that planet below it are the same distance away from the satellite, then yes...thats one giant UFO.
Giant UFO Near Jupiter Seen Through Telescope for 10 Minutes! Video, March 23, 2016, UFO Sighting News.
Date of sighting: March 23, 2016 Location of sighting: Near Jupiter
This is some amazing footage of a giant UFO moving past Jupiter back in March. TakeBackSpace TV was using a 8" Nexstar telescope with a Sony a6000 camera. Its a nice set up and as you see, it self tracks really steady.
This UFO is almost in focus and look really big. Jupiter has 67 known moons, and three of the biggest are visible near Jupiter. This UFO looks to be about the size of any one of those moons. Each is about 25% that of Earth...thats one big UFO.
Also did you notice that the UFO gets brighter, the closer it got to Jupiter? That means its really close to Jupiter, within its orbit.
TakeBackSpace TV states: Hey everyone! I finally got around to editing this capture from last month. I could not match it up with satellite transits online, but that doesn't mean it's not a high altitude known object. I personally don't know what it is, but it seems like it gets brighter (possibly reflecting light) and dimmer in certain parts. There are parts that are just a dot on the screen, but I wanted to provide the full capture as best I could. Jump to the last minute for the sped up portion if you want, but I encourage you to enjoy the whole experience.