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Dec 8, 2011

Mercury UFO: NASA Spacecraft Photographs Strange Glowing Object

A NASA spacecraft has captured the image of a huge "cloaked" alien ship near the planet Mercury. Unless, of course, it didn't.

On Dec. 1, NASA's Heliospheric Imager-1 telescope photographed a huge coronal mass ejection (CME) streaming from the sun.

But ever-observant, keen-eyed ET hunters claim that the short video also reveals a previously hidden or cloaked giant spaceship.

"It's cylindrical on either side and has a shape in the middle. It definitely looks like a ship to me, and very obviously, it's cloaked," suggested YouTube user sinXster, who uploaded the short video to the video site.

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  1. Whatever it is... it must be absolutly enormous.

  2. I think it`s a giant Suzuki, or maybe a giant blender.

  3. alot of people are saying this is due to the refraction of light from the ice on mercury!
    im not sure i can believe that...
    ive always believed were not alone so i dont need this video to prove it to me but
    great find! i think this video has gotten around now.
    never thought id see it on here.


    look to this

    This one visible FOR ALL: upload 8 Dec.2011 by renetty

  5. It's gotta be the USS Enterprise - finally fiction meets and joind reality. It was inevitable. For years science fiction writers have been inspiring scientists and things that were fiction have come to pass. Each has finally caught up to one another. Either that or somebody at NASA is a BIIIIG Jame T. kirk fan!

  6. I believe it just be Santa waiting for the big day!

  7. if you crop cut the space station from fantastic 4 movie and crop it i you get the same shape and Image even the flair looks the same

    Michael R Cota
    Bangor ME

  8. Definitely a Romulan Imperial war bird