posted on Sep, 3 2012 @ 06:29 PM
reply to post by Arken
Sorry Arken, these ALL look like either natural satellites (like Mercury or Venus transiting across the Sun), Gamma-Particle strikes to the CCD or
particles of dust on the optics as far as I can see. I don't see any attributes that unambiguously look like a single spaceship.
Think about it:
- All those vertical, straight line trails (like a row of pixels), how would that happen if it was an object near the sun that was imaged?
- All those giant (apparently planet sized) objects that appear and then disappear from adjacent frames?
Use some logic:
- There are too many of these to be planet sized spaceships.
- They are transient.
- There's a simple explanation as to why and how imaging artifacts occur.
- There's a procedure specifically to remove them post processing.
If you have a simple and feasible explanation, why would you choose a fantastic and impossible one?
... but I'm just a skeptic, so, whatever!