NASA sun satellite captures space object that suddenly changes its direction

On December 20, 2022, an unknown object does seem to go in the Sun's direction before it suddenly changing it's direction, almost making an U-turn without slowing down. 

When a comet goes around the sun it comes back at the other side but this thing isn't going around the sun, it makes a parabolic turn before flying back into deep space.  

A possibility is that the object could have been a UFO piloted by aliens but YouTube channel Suspicious0bservers offers two more possibilities of what the object might have been. 

One commenter states: The speed and size would cause massive torsion and an aggregate would likely break up or burn up. The idea of a planet sized object coming close and veering like that would mean the is a force pulling it away from the sun. Another possibility is magnetic repulsion if the energy of the object is the opposite in polarity to the sun and reacted at that distance. 

A second commenter states: It looks like it's zooming past the camera from behind, approaching the Sun, and then flying past it, in a parabolic curve. I think it's just the perspective that makes it look like it's approaching and then backing away. The only thing that shocks me is the size and speed of it. What if that had hit the Earth? 

After watching the video and reading the comments, it's clear that no one knows exactly what this planet-sized object might have been. 

UFO? Natural space phenomena? Or is it something to be worried about!