F.A.S.T. Far Above Space and Time An Introduction Into the
New Possibilities in a World with an Infinate Mind Created Universe. Are We Alone?
Are the people of this world really ready for the most mind altering disclosure regarding large objects or even life which may not be from this
planet? Can humanity really handle the truth at this stage of their evolution? What are these objects? What does this mean for the future of mankind
posted on 4-12-2007
Rense has picked up on this site as well, with an interesting article on the findings of the astronomer
After dozens of hours of videotaping bright lights in the night sky with a camcorder only, Mr. Walson has come to the conclusion these 'stars' are,
in many cases, the same large spacecraft he has been capturing through his modified telescope.
These bright star-like lights are at high altitude, or in orbit, and appear as 'orbs' when captured by a regular camcorder at full zoom without his
telescope because they are beyond the optical resolution capabilities of a normal camcorder which sees them as round 'orbs.'
The footage which follows shows a number of these orb-shaped lights as videotaped from the ground without the use of a telescope. You will also see
footage taken through John's (modified) telescope which shows what these bright 'star-like' lights really are: large machines in space.
posted on 3-1-2008
Last summer I could have sworn I saw an extra little star trailing ISS while the STS was docked on two consecutive orbits... I took a pic with my
little Nikon digital… what a joke. It didn't appear to be a water dump as I actually saw one of those by accident with my Dad when was about 12.
Impressive sprays all sparkly and lit up underneath from the West as night fell. This was solid, sort of amber like ISS and smaller.
I not sure but it does not seemed farfetched at all that there may be items in orbit of unannounced origins. I would have thought a polar orbit would
be ideal but an equatorial orbit makes sense too. Who knows about non-LEO though too?
I wondered what kind of telescope might be used to better document the phenomenon after reading the OP here… the problems being two (maybe more things
beside expense) programming the tracking ephemeris of suspected "data points", and that one telescope doesn't afford that many opportunities with
one user. Conceivably one could get lucky... the opposite is equally true.
It is almost possible to imagine an enthusiast driven network at some point. I looked for some telescopes that I thought could nail the problem. It's
an expensive solution, but not NASA-MIC crazy (approx. $15K USD).
Each opportunity would involve a trek out of the city for me… not always fun with 100 pounds of gear (the 8” telescope I’m looking at weighs 61
pounds). I have also thought that a remote via VNC or the like over the internet at a friend’s somewhere out of the light pollution to mind it would
be good too.
For any who might want to have a look at telescopes a PDF link to Celestron.com and their ’07 catalogue. http://www.celestron.com/c2... I like
the one on page 27… I think the 8” would be good enough for altitudes of about 220 miles, I’m not exactly sure because I never looked until I read
this but I’m going to visit the a local science shop and see what he possibilities are.