Goa'uld Ship Spotted by Soho?

The  Ha'tak class of Goa'uld warships are the primary ships of the fleets of the System Lords, characters from the television series Stargate SG-1. 

Ha'tak is a general name for this class of ships, as there are many variations. The most common type consists of a superstructure with a large, golden tetrahedron in the center of the ship. The superstructure is where all major functions and stations are maintained, including the bridge 


SOURCE and Further reading about these ships

'Proof of aliens' goes on show
Wednesday, 15 January, 2003, 20:25 GMT

BBC News


A series of images of flying saucers which are claimed to be proof of alien life are to be shown at the National Space Centre. 

Hundreds of the objects were captured on film by the Solar and Heliospheric Observatory (Soho), a spacecraft 1,000,000 miles from Earth observing the sun.

The glowing, saucer-shaped "craft" were said to be moving in a way that suggested intelligent control.

Nasa originally dismissed the images as being the result of a camera fault or as comets or asteroids and is now refusing to comment on them.

'Flying saucers'

But UFO investigators are convinced they are spacecraft flown by aliens.

Mike Murray, 54, a founder of the UFO group Euroseti, which is holding the exhibition at the space centre in Leicester, said: "Some of the pictures are real crackers.

I think it's absolutely irrefutable that this couldn't be anything other than a machine

Mike Murray, UFO enthusiast
"They are the archetypal flying saucers - disc-shaped objects with some kind of glow around them.

"Many have a pulsing light and leave a trail behind them.

"They come from all angles and directions.

"There's one especially which is really fabulous. It is a glowing disc with a pink disc-shaped object within the glow, and a turret on the top. {Compare to Ha'tak}



We will leave the viewer to draw their own conclusions. The coincidence is to astounding to ignore the possibilities presented here.


The SOHO Solar Observatory is "parked" in a stationary Solar Orbit about a million miles from Earth at one of the lagrange points.

Info about SOHO can be found here
SOHO Satellite Observatory 

SOHO Live Solar Feed. This is a countinuously updated live view of the sun. It shows daily solar flares as they happen and one can catch the occasional comet on its way to destruction. Be sure to check out the animates gifs of several days of pictures.
ESA SOHO Live Image Feed

Information about the Lagrange Points
Lagrange Points

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