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Originally posted by observe50
is what we call them do research this is not good I have written about this before. Our group has been getting samples and having them tested but I am not re-writing all that again.
People, plants and animals are suffering from this something must be done and we work hard at collecting everything we can as evidence. Just look up and watch your skies, wake up for God's sake.
Originally posted by Yarnos
i am always sceptical about pictures like this. Surely if it was an alien craft it would have been on the news or something. But then again you never know - interesting picd
Subj: Re: ************ U.S. project scientist for SOHO Date: 6/28/99 6:52:28 AM Pacific Daylight Time From: firstname.lastname@example.org (CHRIS ST.CYR/301-286-2575/CPI-GSFC) To: IWONDER414@AOL.COM, GURMAN@eitv.nascom.nasa.gov
Ms. Edwards, I have examined the image that you have posted on your web site. The "object" you have identified as a SunCruiser is in fact YA cosmic ray hit that has saturated along the CCD column. If you play the LASCO movies available on the web, you will see that we detect hundreds of these particle hits during any day, and that they frequently take unusual form.
For the record, I am not the US Project Scientist for SOHO. Rather I am an operations/research scientist on the LASCO and EIT teams.
I hope this clears up your confusion about the interpretation of our data.
With best regards. O. C. St.Cyr