Published: 11:48 AM 1/18/2014
Originally published on Youtube in December by Mart290562
Ordinary Earthlings sometimes can catch photos of giant spaceships when they monitor images from NASA SOHO satellite that’s constantly focused on the Sun.
Yes, the ships look small and insignificant, but the staggering size difference between the Earth and Sun shows the true size of the ships captured by SOHO.
Then scroll down to connect with videos by Mart Padmos who has the computer skills to reveal stunning details of those ships that some call Sungrazers.
Mart Padmos is a true space detective who lives on an island in the Netherlands. At the age of ten, he saw three UFOs and has been keeping an eye on the sky ever since.
When he came upon NASA images of giant Sungrazer UFOs he began searching for a technical way to get clearer images of them.
He explains: “I tried many programs, until I got the right combination. Now I use three different programs, and edit the pictures about 20 times, until I can get clear images of the Sungrazers. Editing the original NASA satellite photos is like cleaning a heavily dusty object or tuning an instrument in an orchestra.”
Note: The Solar and Heliospheric Observatory (SOHO) is a spacecraft built by a European industrial consortium led by Matra Marconi Space (now Astrium) that was launched on a Lockheed Martin Atlas IIAS launch vehicle on December 2, 1995 to study the Sun, and has discovered over 2400 comets.
It began normal operations in May 1996. It is a joint project of international cooperation between the European Space Agency (ESA) and NASA. Originally planned as a two-year mission, SOHO currently continues to operate after over eighteen years in space. Credit-Wikipedia.
(Editor's note: We are showing combined highlights of the two videos below. To see the entire sequence, go to: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eHktKwERqTA and http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XfMyuAUTvRM)