posted on Jan, 4 2008 @ 11:06 PM
Okay, for starters.
THIS IS NOT MARS.
One of my studies specifically involved light play with over exposure. YES you can get some wonky things when you over-expose to a light source, and
move things even a hairs-breadth...
Reference the light in this image if you are lost in the following paragraphs.
I want to educate you all. When light-play is done to a camera, the lines always inter-connect. UNLESS said object is moved drastically away or
turned 'off' (like a flashlight pen). Thinning a line is done by moving the light away or minimum exposure.
However, a base-thickness is always there, unless it is off. If we look closely at the image provided in this thread, there are minute details much
smaller than Mars could of been. Specifically, to the right side, bottom right, and bottom left. Dim that they may be, it is impossible for it to be
Mars, minimally exposed and moved about. If it is, for some reason Mars, then the exposure time would have been phenomenal and the brightest points
would be near-white. This is not so.
Thus, it is safe to conclude: NOT MARS.
Second, at this time, Mars was not in that general area of the sky, as viewed in that direction and that time (based only what we've been told).
Point taken? Not Mars.
Not necessarily a space object either, or an alien, or station. Just: Not. Mars.
[edit on 4-1-2008 by Foxe]