posted on Oct, 13 2011 @ 01:23 PM
There is power in what you have posted here…for good or for bad. You see you can frighten some people with what you are implying so you now have a
burden of proof on your hands. Many people because of a lack of scientific judgment or knowledge will believe what they see without more evidence,
causing fear, mistrust and panic. Is this your intentions?
Let me say I am not here to judge or ridicule. I think it is very possible for someone to capture something unique and different in the skies that no
one has ever seen. I am always skeptical though if those conditions cannot be reproduced or viewed by more than an individual. If these conditions
cannot be recreated or verified by another party or viewer, or if there is a large lack of evidence then the most simplest answer is typically the
right one…a hoax or a misidentification.
If however you want to prove that this is real make sure you try to approximate the same conditions (time of day, angle, etc).
I am more than sure it is a lens flare however it will be more scientific if you try to recreate the conditions. And if it is a misidentification you
will relieve the people I mentioned earlier, if you prove correct that there is an object then the next step would be to have this identified by a
Here are some wonderful images of the current sunspots just this past week and included earth for scale in some of them! They were taken with a 5”
Telescope with a Bader solar filter yeah I would love an H-Alpha…