22 January 2010

from TheBigWobble Website


What you are seeing here is a "SOLID OBJECT."


It's not compression artifacts, pixels or dust, who says so? NASA...!, on their official web site.


Read on below...


















Below is the official NASA website Astronomy Picture of the Day, on the picture below you can see spheres passing by the Sun, the sphere is Mercury and it has an uncanny resemblance to the spheres Mr. Joseph Gurman of NASA dismissed as "Compression artifacts, highly magnified".


It would suggest all the photo's below are images of solid objects, and not Compression artifacts, pixels or dust!




Astronomy Picture of the Day
Discover the cosmos! Each day a different image or photograph of our fascinating universe is featured,

along with a brief explanation written by a professional astronomer.


2004 June 6
Mercury Spotting
Credit: SOHO - EIT Consortium, ESA, NASA


Can you spot the planet? The diminutive disk of Mercury, the solar system's innermost planet, spent about five hours crossing in front of the enormous solar disk on 2003 May 7, as viewed from the general vicinity of planet Earth.


The Sun was above the horizon during the entire transit for observers in Europe, Africa, Asia, or Australia, and the horizon was certainly no problem for the Sun-staring SOHO spacecraft.


Seen as a dark spot, Mercury progresses from left to right (top panel to bottom) in these four images from SOHO's extreme ultraviolet camera. The panels' false-colors correspond to different wavelengths in the extreme ultraviolet which highlight regions above the Sun's visible surface.


This was the first of 14 transits of Mercury which will occur during the 21st century, but the next similar event will be a much more rare transit of Venus this coming Tuesday.















Compression artifacts, dust or pixels do not fly around the Sun








Link to Synchromysticism
Look at the image below. When I first saw this wonderful image I thought, "I recognize this formation"...


I did, watch the video below... It's the same formation!










See complete series of above video HERE





Here is a recent image - they are still coming in!


I have written to a Mr. Joseph Gurman at NASA asking for an explanation to all this, you can read his reply below, he states these anomalies are, quote "Compression artifacts, highly magnified".


That sounds very plausible especially coming from a NASA scientists, one big problem with Mr. Gurman's explanation though, if these spheres are compression artifacts, why then did they only start appearing on the 17th of January this year, they would have been there since the first day SOHO began sending photo's back to Earth!

Here is the e-mail

Hi, Mr. Walton,
Compression artifacts, highly magnified. The images you are looking at are "space weather beacon mode" images that are telemetered down nearly continuously:


...in near-realtime, and are both binned (undersampled spatially) and heavily, lossily compressed digitally onboard (analogous to the various JPEG compression setting son a digital camera, but much more severe).


Usually, by now (that is, three days or more after the data were obtained), we'd have the full-resolution (2048 x 2048) images, which are much less heavily, but still lossily, compressed, and are played back to a Deep Space Network (DSN) ground station via the high-gain antenna on one of the STEREO spacecraft.


Unfortunately, a piece of ground hardware at DSN failed, and we're only slowly catching up on data from January 18 onward --- except the lower-resolution (256 x 256 or 512 x 512) beacon mode data.

The compression artifacts are particularly obvious when a particle (cosmic ray or solar energetic, charged particle) hits the CCD detector on the spacecraft. The compression scheme has a hard time mathematically representing sharp, single or few-pixel features, and you get a characteristic pattern of a bright dot in the middle of a compression block (a subsection of the image) surrounded by a pattern of dark dots.


Joe Gurman
(Dr.) Joseph B. Gurman
STEREO Project Scientist


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Mr. Gurman

With all respect, Compression artifacts, highly magnified, pixels or dust do not fly around the Sun!

In response to Mr. Gurman of NASA an expert from Godlike Production lends his expertise to the argument. Because camera sensors used color-striped sensors, hot pixels are usually colored red or green or blue.

"They are not spots. They are not evenly distributed. They do not look like noise."

It's interesting to note, The Russians claim their telescope TESIS stopped working on the 18th of January due to a faulty battery, just as NASA claimed SOHO malfunctioned on the same day, Both one day after these spheres showed up!



                         from Ademuz-e-Xperience                                                          from synchromysticismforum.com



OK, this (below) is the latest image posted by Ice Godlike productions.


You have to click on the picture to enlarge it and then go to the left hand side and see the spheres








U.S. scientist says scores of UFOs fly around the Sun

“The statements about UFO’s causing solar flares are absolutely groundless,” says Sergei Yazev, chief researcher at the Institute of Solar and Terrestrial Physics under the Russian Academy of Sciences.


“We might as well assume that an increase in the flux of high-energy particles before a flare will cause that interference looking like UFOs on those pictures.


Due to design characteristics of the SOHO photographic equipment, the telescope will always produce a picture of some winged object in case of a photo session involving some bright spot, be it a comet of a planet.


The 'wings' will be horizontal in any case. Should SOHO photographs a spacecraft, a picture will have the image of 'wings' always pointing at different angles,” adds Yazev.