Recent ISON Comet Video Continues UFO Sighting Debate: Comet Still Intact In Thanksgiving Footage As It Approaches The Sun
By Staff Writer | November 28, 2013 01:23 PM EST
As the ISON Comet continues its trajectory close to the sun, recent video footage of the phenomenon continues to incite the alien UFO debate.
Since its discovery by the International Scientific Optical Network last year, the ISON Comet has been captured on video many times, and every time, some UFO enthusiasts believes they see evidence that it may be more than just a natural phenomenon.
"These photos of ISON were taken this week and yes indeed, they show that ISON does have something to its left and right side. Wings like objects are seen on the SOHO images. As you see in the images below, we have reported UFOs orbiting around ISON and even long wings off to both of its sides," writes UFO Sightings Daily founder Scott Waring.
This is not the first time UFO claims have surrounded the ISON Comet.
In a video uploaded in August, UFO believers cited two separate cigar-shaped flying objects near the comet. The images caused an uproar, with some calling the images fake and others touting something much more ominous.
The most recent video of the Comet was captured the day before Thanksgiving, and it remained intact as it headed closer to the sun, but the proximity to the sun have many predicting that the ISON Comet may be pulled apart.
"If the comet is very weak, it could break up into a cloud of dust," said Jet Propulsio Laboratory research scientist Don Yeomans according to ABC.
Do you think this is a UFO alien aircraft, or a comet that will soon be disintegrated by the sun?
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