In a rather surprising turn of events, NASA has come forward to debunk a purported UFO spotted by anomaly hunters and making the rounds online. The 'craft' in question caught the attention of flying saucer enthusiasts late last month when the space agency's Solar Terrestrial Relations Observatory (STEREO), which observes the sun and occasionally captures planets passing the solar body, seemingly caught a glimpse of a wheel-like structure with a cross inside of it.
The sizeable nature of the oddity and its seemingly artificial nature led a number of observers to conclude that the STEREO project had inadvertently filmed an alien craft. However, not everyone was convinced, specifically fastidious UFO researcher Scott Brando, who argued on Twitter that the 'UFO' was really just "a recurring image artifact caused by internal reflections of a planet."
Remarkably, Brando's diagnosis of the video clip was echoed by NASA, who rarely take the time to respond to alleged UFOs seen in their photos and videos. More on this intriguing development at the Coast to Coast AM website.