According to a conspiracy theorist, a moon-sized spaceship was observed exiting the Sun.

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According to a conspiracy theorist, a moon-sized spaceship was observed exiting the Sun.

According to conspiracy theorists who claim it supports the Hollow Sun Theory, a UFO the size of the Moon was allegedly sighted near the Sun.

Alien hunters say they have discovered a massive UFO near the Sun after analyzing photographs from the Sun imaging site Helioviewer. According to a self-proclaimed UFO expert, what seems to be a solar flare is actually a UFO. The object, according to conspiracy theorists, is around the size of the Moon and exited the Sun’s surface.

As a result, conspiracy theorists think that the Sun is hollow and that aliens live inside it.

It is “100%” proof, according to prominent alien enthusiast Scott C Waring, that extraterrestrials are residing inside our host star.

“I was watching Helioviewer when I witnessed an explosion,” Mr Waring said on his UFO Sightings Daily blog.

“I witnessed a black object rocket out of the explosion and across an area in 10 minutes when I took a close view of this region.

“Although the video is quick, the duration is also lengthy.

“There were also three ripple waves opposing the UFO in the explosion, and the UFO location was the only place without such waves.

“This is proof beyond a shadow of a doubt that aliens live in a hollow area within the Sun.”

However, the object looks to be a solar flare bursting from the Sun’s surface, which is a typical occurrence.

Most UFOs, according to University of Arizona astronomer Chris Impey, have “mundane” explanations.

He said that there are billions of objects in space near Earth that are most likely the source of alleged UFO sightings.

“Most UFOs have mundane explanations,” he wrote in The Conversation.

“Meteors, fireballs, and the planet Venus are responsible for more than half of the deaths.

“While astronomers are familiar with such brilliant objects, the general population is typically unaware of them.”

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