posted on Mar, 6 2008 @ 08:36 AM
Originally posted by mikesingh
So then what do we have here? As internos had rightly mentioned, these images were taken by Cassini's clear filters, CL1 and CL2 (If they were taken
with UV, then NASA would have mentioned them as taken with UV1 and MT2 [Methane band], or UV2 and BL2 [Blue band] filters).
A good point Mike, just like to say with all honesty I don't really know what we have here, just wanted to offer some suggestions from a different
perspective. As I said it does "look" like a jet but that doesn't make it so. I'm still not ruling out camera artifacts, but I must say that it
really doesn't look like a lens flare to me.
One thing I am sure of, is that the picture of the universe portrayed by the educational system, NASA and relativists is far from accurate and is in
many ways primitive.
BTW I'm a believer when it comes to ET visitation, it's what got me into this stuff in the first place.
The link provided by internos shows a plume, but in UV. Are there any such phenomena that can be seen through clear filters? That would be
Well comets are exhibiting the same process, except in glow mode where it's visible, so that's one example. I agree that IF that was a jet in the
visible spectrum then it's one mighty energetic discharge and probably unlikely, it would be quite an event and I'm sure even NASA would be
commenting on it,
with some far reaching explanations of course.
I'll keep looking for an answer one way or the other.
[edit on 6-3-2008 by squiz]