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Uploaded by Sheilaaliens on Mar 13, 2011
Happy Birthday to the Phoenix Lights UFOs So am I missing something or did that just really occur? I'm not an expert on the stereo/soho images, they are a mystery to me to this day. But it LOOKS like something, not much smaller than the Sun itself (the sun is outlined in the middle of the picture) has just been engulfed kamakazi style into her fiery embrace?
Hmmmm @_@ Oh, and here is an interesting tidbit on www.spaceweather.com... today:
SUBSIDING STORMS: The geomagnetic storms of March 10th and 11th are subsiding. Earth's magnetic field began shaking on March 10th in response to a CME impact; the reverberations continued for more than 24 hours. In Sweden the auroras were so bright, they competed with campfires.
EEEERREEHHH-REWIND: " Earth's magnetic field began shaking on March 10th in response to a CME impact; the reverberations continued for more than 24 hours." .........
no time for any music, not necessary at the mom3nt...
Originally posted by Screwed
Ok What the hell is going on here?
Why is there ANYTHING in that shot besides our Sun.
Where are the people who will say that this is normal?
I am not used to seeing objects anywhere near our sun.
In every LASCO image you can observe objects whose trajectories are almost exactly horizontal. The majority of these objects are stars. (The rest being very occasional planets and asteroids.) Every C3 image has approximately 200-300 visible stars and every C2 image has approximately 10-30 stars visible. Stars will always move from left-to-right (due to SOHO's orbit about the Sun) at a speed of a few pixels/hour. Occasionally, planets appear in LASCO images and they, too, have a nearly horizontal motion. However, planets can move left or right through the field-of-view and can be faster or slower than the background stars.
Originally posted by pazcat
So here we go, we have the posistion of STEREO (B)behind and it is clearly showing that what the big planet that has not impacted anything is........?
You guessed it folks..... It's Venus moving behind the sun.
edit on 13-3-2011 by pazcat because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by rocha123
Well i check....And Nothing.......the union of debunkers is sending a bill to the op.