A series of photos from a Nasa telescope shows what some people believe to be an enormous, planet-sized spacecraft in the sky next to Mercury. The mysterious object becomes visible as a solar flare passes over it, leading some ufologists to believe that it is actually a cloaked spaceship.
Nasa scientists claim that the object is merely an artefact of their image processing system, caused when subsequent images are superimposed on previous ones to improve clarity.
However, independent image processing reveals something far more difficult to explain.
If we start with the clearest of the Nasa images:
The object appears to show two parallel cylindrical structures.
Now, things become interesting when one adjusts the contrast levels, sets the CMYK gauss overlay into the ultra-range to compensate for the inevitable Doppler IR bleed out and micro-pascal quasi-interference. When these adjustments are made, it is just possible to make out more details in the craft structure.
A darker band is just visible towards the top of the structure. Further sharpening and image rectification using a Pascallian Callanetic Shunt algorithm reveals yet more detail.
Now we are about at the limit of recoverable detail. We can, however, reduce the contrast, quadra-filter for UV, and lighten the bromine quanta waves, to give a much clearer version:
The resulting image definitely appears to be a craft of some sort. One can clearly see what appears to be twin "nacelles" towards the stern (possibly a propulsion system?) and a disc like structure at the bow, possibly housing the bridge and/or tactical systems. Both appear to be connected to a central "body" or "lower hull" - perhaps housing an engine, sleeping quarters, or cargo space.
In light of this new evidence, it is apparent that Nasa's pathetic "image processing artefact" explanation is simply an ill thought out cover story for what many of us have suspected for years: that there is, in fact, a planet-sized invisible space ship sitting next to Mercury.