Although NASA refers to it as a prominence, how probable is it that a prominence linked to the sun would recur in the same location after ten years?
According to NASA scientists, the feature is a “prominence,” a sort of solar activity that is poorly understood but commonly recorded, and its otherworldly look is due to its location beneath another solar feature.
Unless the prominence is a UFO replenishing by sucking up solar plasma, it seems implausible.
NASA’s AIA171 satellite caught a massive sphere attached to the sun on March 11, 2012, before falling back into orbit.
10 years later, on April 19, 2022, satellite AIA 171 photographed the same massive sphere at the same location.
Only an item under intelligent control is capable of putting on such a show.