Ufologist Claims Mysterious Bright Spots Are Lights Of Underground Alien UFO Space Station
Brights spot discovered on the dwarf planet by NASA’s Dawn probe on February 19 led to an intriguing question of its origin and what is the purpose of it. The captured image revealed a dimmer bright spot located in basin. That's why when succeeding bright spots were spotted, further questions added to its mystery.
The mysterious bright spots seen on the dwarf planet Ceres detected by NASA’s Dawn spacecraft currently approaching the planet leads a UFOlogist to share his own explanation regarding the discovery. Scott Waring of UFO Sightings Daily explains that the two bright spots are very likely to be electric white lights or simply a massive reflectors on a pair of massive doors guarding the entrance into an underground alien UFO space station. The flashing bright lights most likely acts as beacons to serve as guide for alien UFO craft approaching the entrance to the underground facility. A technological alien civilization is using the dwarf planet as a space station.
“These are massive doors that open to allow ships in and out. Yes, I’m saying Ceres was turned into an alien space station… where they live inside… underground where it’s safe. Its surface covered in dust that protects the station below from attacks, meteorites and radiation. Death star comes to mind?” - Scott Waring
"Yes, we can confirm that it is something on Ceres that reflects more sunlight, but what that is remains a mystery. We do not know what the white spot is, but it’s certainly intriguing. In fact, it makes you want to send a spacecraft there to find out, and of course that is exactly what we are doing! So as Dawn brings Ceres into sharper focus, we will be able to see with exquisite detail what [the white spot] is.” - Marc Rayman, mission director and chief engineer of the Dawn mission to Space.com
Ceres, a dwarf planet is truly similar to Jupiter’s moon Europa. It is located in the asteroid belt between Mars and Jupiter. Ceres is known to be an interesting object because it is the largest body in the asteroid belt. According to Space.com, astronomers classify it as an asteroid as well as a dwarf planet, being 590 miles across (950 kim), about the size of Texas.
The existence of the bright spots continues to baffle and intrigue scientists. However, NASA has not offered an explanation. But despite of this, some scientists have suggested they could be frozen pools of ice acting as reflective surfaces at the bottom of a crater. Other scientists have suggested the lights could be due to “volcanic-like” activity on the planet. Succeeding speculations were also made since