posted on May, 24 2011 @ 12:37 AM
I have been viewing NASA's Stereo A (Ahead) satellite and, based on the 20 degree Angular Field of View of the HI-1 telescope, Elenin should be in
view, coming from the left hand side at an angle of inclination to the ecliptic of 7 degrees.
You can see what looks like a comet at the left hand side, at:
Just Select Ahead HI1, select a resolution and grab the last 50 images.
The only problem is that the angle of inclination is around 20 degrees to the ecliptic, not 7 degrees.
Is this Elenin?
If it's not Elenin, would it be visible via Stereo A?
edit on 24-5-2011 by jumpspace because: Added tinypic link as I couldn't log into media centre
edit on 24-5-2011 by jumpspace
because: circled the "whatever it is"