Ill join the conversation over here. Post from other thread: Link
Dear God... Out of all the things I've seen on LASCO, this is one of the least suspicious. I cannot believe this is getting so much 'coverage' from
Youtube, Livescience, theblaze... well, maybe I can believe that.
Anyway, as you watch the data archive player, you will see just how much 'stuff' is floating around up there... And its all moving pretty fast
(nothing to slow it down, inertia, etc). As far as I can tell, this is not One defined craft. So let me offer two alternative possibilities:
1. Two small rocks colliding close to the camera. I see one converging collision point, with multiple entrance/exit trajectories, which could have
been captured at the moment of impact.
2. One rock could have collided with the protective barrier (i imagine there is one) in front of the camera. The rock broke apart, and resulting
ballistic pattern is seen, which could have been captured at the moment of impact.
Sorry, there's nothing in this one for me...
^^^ Yea, what Goretex said ^^^
Remember about a month ago, when there was that huge solar flare. Well, if you were watching SOHO at that time, you would have seen the intense
increase in solar wind / ejecta / whatever else comes with cosmic rays. The LASCO picture was clouded up with junk for about 36 hours.
In order to 'identify' a UFO on LASCO, show me something that moves intelligently, or is clearly a manufactured. For example, I have always found this
one interesting: NASA caught doctoring
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