According to claims, a UFO was discovered in a crater on the asteroid belt planet Ceres.
According to conspiracy theorists, a five-kilometer-wide UFO with the capacity to transport hundreds of aliens has been discovered in a crater on the dwarf planet Ceres.
On Ceres, alien hunters believe they have discovered a massive UFO “parked in a crater.” The dwarf planet, with a diameter of 590 miles (950 kilometers), is the largest object in the asteroid belt, which is a ring of space rocks located between Mars and Jupiter’s orbits.
Despite the danger, conspiracy theorists think they have discovered proof of aliens establishing a base in a crater.
The alleged proof comes in the form of a huge UFO that spans five kilometers.
Scott C Waring, a well-known alien enthusiast, was the first to spot the supposed UFO.
Mr Waring believes that once the public learns about the UFO, people like Elon Musk and his SpaceX would rush to investigate.
“This UFO is parked in a crater, where most of the UFOs I discover on planets and moons are often found,” the conspiracy theorist stated on his site UFO Sightings Daily.
“The crater is roughly 25km by 35km, hence the size of this spaceship would be 5km from wing tip to wing tip.
“It has the capacity to transport tens of thousands of passengers. Inside this boat, it’s like a miniature metropolis.
“Can you imagine what Elon Musk would say if he was aware of this technology? ‘I’ll be there in 30 days,’ I’m sure it would be.
“However, I’m sure Elon Musk gets a lot of alien technology through DARPA.
“They gradually leak it out to get it into the public sector. Even President Biden, I believe, is unaware of the presence of this and other alien ships.
“Even US presidents are brought up to date on aliens and alien technology on a need-to-know basis.”
While Mr. Waring believes it is proof of aliens, the more likely answer is a lot less exciting.
Ceres is located in the asteroid belt, as previously stated. It is continually assaulted by small and huge space pebbles, as a result.
Mr Waring is most likely observing debris from a colliding boulder, or a peculiar rock formation that resulted from a collision.
Most UFOs, according to University of Arizona astronomer Chris Impey, have “mundane” explanations.
He asserted that there are billions. “Brinkwire News in Condensed Form.”