posted on Jan, 6 2013 @ 04:31 PM
It's good to keep scanning space video for possible anomalies and reporting them quickly -- but please, give sharper information on exact
The reason is, there is always a real chance that it could be a genuine anomaly, either a spacecraft malfunction or other threat, expected or
unexpected. In the past, missions have failed -- and at least one crew died -- because a clue that should have been seen out the window, was
For that reason, 'false positives' should not be discouraged -- better a string of 'maybes' that turn out to be 'never-minds', than a more
careful -- and shorter -- string of 'probables' that MIGHT well overlook a potentially life-saving -- or world-shaking -- clue.
Please keep eyes open and communications clear for 'possibles', and don't be discouraged.