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Comment by Cheryl Nelson on April 26, 2012 at 11:20am

The black dot above is not completely spherical like the "moon swirl" object, it's ovoid.  A different kind of craft, perhaps.  Or a dust particle on the lens, as NASA shows here:, which is a bit ovoid:

Of course, maybe it's NASA's cover-up of a UFO?  :-)

What distinguishes dust from moon or ufo is whether it moves and, if it does, is it on an orbit, or does it move around under intelligent control.  The so-called moon swirls were not on an orbit or path, like a moon or a comet, but appear to be under intelligent control.

Comment by Cheryl Nelson on April 26, 2012 at 11:00am

I've seen lots of pictures of the sun and normally I've not noticed black dots.  Check out the slideshow in this photo album called "Moon Swirls" (what they were originally called by ZT, but I now think it's a spacecraft dancing around).  My recollection is that these images were taken by a cell phone in Florida over a small time span of about five minutes.

Comment by Jason Fleming on April 26, 2012 at 9:37am

If I am not mistaken the black dot appears when you point just about any camera at the sun?  Since you have been monitoring these cams for sometime would you say that the red sphere is a sundog or lense flare like Cheryl stated below? Thanks

Comment by Jason Fleming on April 25, 2012 at 8:44pm

I have  more snaps in the series.  The red what ever it is appears to go back out toward the sun. 

Comment by Cheryl Nelson on April 24, 2012 at 11:52pm

The black spot is not showing up on SOHO continuum imaging so it's likely closer to us than the cameras.  Can you get a movie to see how it's moving?  It could be a spaceship or an orbiting science station, like the one seen at the SPT.  The pink orb is probably a sundog or other lens artifact.  We've been seeing these black orbs crossing the sun.  At one time, it was thought they were stray moons coming in from PX, but now I'm not so sure, but it's possible.  Here's some images of planet-sized UFOs out by the sun:



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