YouTube conspiracist Thirdphaseofmoon uploaded the clip only hours ago claiming to show an unidentified object hovering near the hot star.
Blake Cousins, one of the conspirators behind the page, claimed the Solar and Heliospheric Observatory (SOHO) filmed the footage.
SOHO is a European industrial built spacecraft that was launched on December 2, 1995, to study the Sun.
The video appears to show the sun’s rays gleaming from the fiery star and highlighting the raise outlined of the half-circular obscurity.
Blake said: “Scott from the E.T database, SOHO’s up to something again.
“Here’s the footage Scott’s been sharing on his YouTube channel.
“A planet-sized UFO near the Sun captured on July 13, 2019.”
Brett Cousins, the other presenter, added: “This thing is fascinating, I like what we’re looking at here.
“It looks like a craft and whatever, the solar rays are kicking off of this thing it’s actually glinting off of it and it seems like you can actually see a substance, a structure that the sun is highlighting in Space.
“The solar ray hits this craft and he could see a glimpse of light.”
Some 29,000 have since watched the clip.
One person bizarrely said: “The plethora of UFOs caught on the sun cameras and on the moon are and have always been 100% proof of off-world or off dimensional craft all around our period.”
A second added: “It’s aliens, getting powered up by the sun.”
However, not everyone believed the out-of-this-world claims.
One viewer added: “I don’t know of any man-made machine or element that can approach the sun from that distance and remain still/intact.”
A second claimed: “That image of the sun is CGI it’s not real footage.”