Giant Interstellar Alien Craft Near Orion Nebula Shows Up Again – The Truth Is Out There!

On November 29, 2017 a sky-watcher from North Carolina was out collecting data on M42 Orion Nebula with his 8 in astrograph / Newtonian Telescope when a giant cylinder shaped UFO appeared on his laptop screen which he captured in a single 30.2 second frame.

Possible interstellar alien craft near Orion Nebula captured on December 11, 2017.

Now, On December 11, 2017 it was another night of capturing data on M42 Orion Nebula when he started to see a cylinder shaped object from the third frame, but the object didn’t appears in all the frames that were taken even at different exposure times which could mean that it moved very fast through space.

The fact that within two weeks the sky-watcher has caught an object that is similar in shape and size cannot be a coincidence anymore.


Besides, if you compare the location of the object on November 29 with its location on December 11, then you see that it has moved to other side of Orion Nebula which is a strong indication that it could be an interstellar alien craft that currently is moving around the same spot in outer space. Mufon case 88789.


See also our article including images/GIF animation: Sky-Watcher Caught Giant Interstellar Cylinder UFO Near Orion Nebula.

Below a GIF animation showing the movement of the cylinder shaped alien craft captured on December 11, 2017.



Comments

  1. Can this not be down to exposure of the camera? I mean, could the object be a regular meteor or asteroid shape and just looks elongated because of the shutter speed? I've not taken pics of orion, so have no idea what shutter speed you would need. Just throwing ideas out there.

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  2. Cmon has anyone even looked at this been a planet or a meteor? 30 second frame? anything that's moving which obviously this thing is, after 30 seconds of movement, the object will look elongated. It could be a UFO, I'm not saying it's not, but if it's the photo of a moving object, then that's not the correct shape of it. You need to get the exact time of each photo and shutter speeds, then you can break the pic down and get an idea of the real shape, which just by looking, seems curved at each end, which means it's a circular object. \this is just common sense.. Hope I've helped in some way.

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