posted on Aug, 14 2003 @ 08:49 PM
~My bet would be on jupiter or mercury because i live on the western seacoast (california) and i see this planet out every night. sometimes RIGHT next
to the moon. but other then that, i doubt it's this planet x or an alien mothership for that.
Jupiter can't appear in front of the sun from a view on earth... Jupiter is NEVER between us and the sun. Neither is Mars whoever said that.
Order of the planets:
ONLY those planets between the Earth and sun can EVER appear in FRONT of the sun when viewed from Earth. (that would be Mercury and Venus... ONLY).
(unless you throw in 'Planet X'... which is NOT what those pics show)
The thing in those pictures is in front of the Sun. It is not Venus, It is not Mercury. It is something else. That something else is Planet X.
**sigh** NO... IT'S NOT! It's Lucent Overload (usually known as Optical Overload). The light from the sun entering the digital camera at that point
exceeded the ammount of light that the camera was programed to be able to display.
Anyone ever seen the movie "the core"? (Yeah, I know it was a terrible movie, but stay with me)
Remember when they come across that empty space inside the earth and on the 'x-ray' vision thing they had the empty space appeared as static...
remember why? Because the guy who made it never told the program how to display empty space. It's kinda' the same thing. The camera doesn't know
how to translate that amount of light into data, so it errors out and displays crap.