|In this image from Friday afternoon, you can see the object at the eight o'clock position.|
The little white speck to its below-left is Jupiter, though quite a ways away.
Wow. Da-da didn't want to write about this till he scoped the satellite views for himself. Whatever it is, it's there: an object the size of Jupiter -- bigger, actually, 10X bigger, if the image is accurate -- and two more may also have appeared, as well as a handful of objects larger than the earth. They can't be planets or, "companion stars," as the first one just suddenly appeared, as you'll see in the timecode images below. And glitches don't typically orbit stars.
UPDATE: Click HERE for video of the object, "de-cloaking" -- or impacting the sensor -- whatever's happening here; anomaly pops up around the 6-17-13 date mark. Video is of the sun over a week's timeframe via Da-da's custom data grab.
Here we go.
|Closer up in sat-mode. Note the sat. timecode and details, so you can find it for yourself on Helioviewer.org.|
...the same thing from May 2012 (above).
Back to the recent.
|Note that two more enormous images are appearing at eleven and twelve o'clock.|
|Same object also appears on another satellite, Stereo A, another vantage. (Note different time.)|
|You can even track the anomaly's orbit as it moves in fits and starts. Whatever it is, it's no glitch, around since...|
|...6/17/2013. Go to Helioviewer.org and see for yourself... before NASA pulls the plug.|
|Here's a great close-up shot from UFO Sightings Daily.|
|And here's Jupiter's near-actual size next to the sun for comparison|