September 27, 2017 satellites LASCO C2 and C3 LASCO Soho captured the last moments of life of a large comet at a time when it rushes to the sun before dipping into its surface.
The author of the video, also focuses on an unknown space object, which is clearly visible on the images of the satellite LASCO C3. This object moves against a background of stars with much less speed, than all other space objects.
In addition, it moves clockwise, and as is known Mercury, Earth, Mars, Saturn, Jupiter, Neptune and Pluto – rotate counter-clockwise. Only Uranus and Venus rotate clockwise, but at the moment when the satellite took these photographs neither Uranus nor Venus in that place could not be and this object does not give the glow that these planets give in the photographs from this satellite.