posted on Mar, 25 2010 @ 12:00 AM
i feel like its a combination of a filter that only shows the blue spectrum mixed partially with an overlayed image from a radio telescope,
regaurdless when i was watchin the video i noticed the stars in distant solar systems in the background were moving at a slow rate because they are
much farther away than our sun. if u follow one with your mouse and than stop moving it the white dot will keep moving. Provided these are distant
stars u can than determine the speed of orbit of the earth at the time the imaging was captured at least. anyways the reason i state that is because
if u do tyhe same process with the bright and larger dot thats off to the left and than leaves the frame it is moving much faster than the distant
stars. implying maybe that it could be a normal celestial object within our system and its a regulkar occurance, or an object of unknown origin that
for some reason break the suns pull but still be very, very small in comparison to a planet or an asteroid or something like that. what do you think?