NASA allegedly shut down the Sun's live cam after strange black cube emerged 3 months ago

NASA allegedly shut down the Sun's live cam after strange black cube emerged

Let's just leave the black cubes alone

The live feed of NASA's sun cam allegedly went dark after an ominous black cube sprung from the fiery ball of space gas, leading conspiracy theorists to speculate that aliens were involved.


Extraterrestrial expert Scott C Waring discovered the bizarre black cube while looking at footage from the Solar and Heliospheric Observatory which launched in 1995. According to its website, the project aims to "study the Sun from its deep core to the outer corona and the solar wind."

The footage is readily available to the public, which is where extraterrestrial expert Waring discovered the bizarre black cube.

Talking about his supposed cube sighting on his popular blog and Youtube channel UFO Sightings Daily, Waring claimed that NASA shut down the feed once the object revealed itself on May 2 at around 1:06pm GMT.


"You can see the cube coming out of the Sun and right after that, a big glitch that covers 25% of that. There it is, gone! Glitch!" he told his followers. "Two frames of the cube coming out of the Sun and then huge, two, glitch. Guys, this is mind-boggling... this is on the SOHO official website, you also see the cube and the timestamp matches."

The Helioviewer Project, a similar platform to SOHO, also went dark at around the same time and is also funded by ESA and NASA. While their website showed an error message, Waring had his own theories. Sorry, conspiracy theories.

"Guys, this is undeniable evidence that NASA and SOHO are part of the cover-up," he claimed. "They're trying to hide these black cubes going through space, to and from our Sun."


Via The black cube is visible in the bottom right hand corner/Via SOHO

"What do you think they are harvesting?" he questioned, before suggesting that the Sun could be hollow.

The clip has sparked conversation in the comments where one user wrote: "I wonder - is it birthing this or is this taking from the sun? Epic catch!"


Others were not so convinced, as another said: "If you think anyone could cover up something this big when there are countless amateur astronomers with telescopes you are out of your mind."

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