NASA Allegedly Shut Down The Sun's Live Cam After Strange Black Cube Emerged

The live feed of NASA's sun cam supposedly went dark as an ominous black cube emerged from the flaming ball of space gas, prompting conspiracy theorists to suspect extraterrestrial involvement.

Scott C. Waring, a so-called 'Extraterrestrial expert', spotted the mysterious black cube while reviewing the 1995-launched Solar and Heliospheric Observatory film. According to the project's website, it intends to "study the Sun from its deep core to its outer corona and solar wind."

The film is easily accessible to the general public, which is how extraterrestrial expert Waring found the peculiar black cube.

Speaking about his alleged cube encounter on his renowned blog and YouTube channel UFO Sightings Daily, Waring stated that NASA cut off the transmission on May 2 at about 1:06 pm GMT, when the object became visible.

"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 informed his fans. "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."

ESA and NASA also sponsor the Helioviewer Project, a comparable platform to SOHO that went dark about the same time. Waring had his own thoughts when the website displayed an error message. No conspiracy theories allowed.

"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."

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

The video has generated discussion in the video's comments, as one user wrote: "I wonder whether the sun is producing this or if it is consuming it. Superb catch!"

Others were not as persuaded, with one stating, "You're out of your mind if you believe someone could hide anything this large when there are so many amateur astronomers with telescopes."

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