posted on Jan, 19 2013 @ 10:21 PM
Originally posted by Phage
1) Coronal prominence cavity.
2) Internal telescope reflection.
3) Crud on the film.
No one at NASA knows what number 1 is. They have opinions and speculations and that's all anyone has.
The other two could be crud but that too is opinions and speculations. We have billion dollar equipment in space in order to take accurate pictures
and it makes no sense that expensive equipment is getting dust and smudges especially in the environment that it is in. If there is that much dust and
crud up there then the lens on those expensive cameras would block up quickly. I'm sure they have ways of keeping crud off the lens.
Granted, NASA and many professional debunkers are diligently working to explain away strange phenomena in space by calling them smudges and crud. And
why not, it works, most people believe whatever NASA and other so called authority figures say.
Opinions and speculation is not good science nor credible when used by people to debunk things they disagree with.