posted on Dec, 11 2012 @ 05:22 AM
Positions of STEREO A and B for 2012-08-19 21:29 UT
The Blue B in the top left is Stereo B.
The dotted line that follows that B to the Yellow Circle is Stereo B's field of view.
So when you look at a video of a picture with the same exact time and date.
You should not see Mercury where it is at on the above picture.
If in fact that is Mercury, It should be behind the sun relative to Where is Stereo?
Here is Stereo B's Field of view from OP's TIME AND DATE IN THE VIDEO. Relative to Where is Stereo?
First thing that is weird is the object is not on the same plane anymore. It's actually higher up than it was in the previous picture.
Here is a September 19th Helio Picture.
The object in the above picture is behind the Sun Which is not relative to Where is Stereo. Since Where is Stereo shows Mercury far away from the back
of the sun on Sep 16th.
As you can see the object is traveling clockwise. Because it ends up behind the sun from Stereo B's Field of View. I am reversing the days in Helio.
The orbits don't match. The alignments are off. And the orbits are faster than that of Where is Stereo. Not only that. They are faster than they
If you watch OP's Video the object orbits the sun within days. It's very fast. Mercury wouldn't clear nearly the whole back side or even an orbit
half way around the sun within days.
So if you think these are planets something has changed the orbit to make it go backwards? Faster, And not match Where is Stereos pictures of exactly
where Mercury is at a specific time.