Lol BPEarthWatch Ball of Energy Approaching Earth From the South
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Photos Courtesy of George from ESA. NASCOM. at NASA Sangstar1 Researchers Defending Truth and Debunking Deceit The main purpose of science is to investigate the unexplained, not to explain the uninvestigated. Dr. Stephen Rorke Question: Dear Sir, On this video taken by a notable user, known as BPEarthWatch. He shows a video of Lasco C3. In which it shows a huge object very near our sun. The video is called, Ball of Energy Approaching Earth From the South. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=REjqlKfVQDo I very much like your comment and observations regarding this video. Is this imaged genuine from SOHO NASA. Also, like to ask if you folks at Soho have observed this object, and if so what could it be. Respectfully yours, Sergio Dear Sergio, Yes, it looks like a genuine image but the object and streak seen on the video has nothing to do with the explanation offered by the person narrating the YouTube video. These "streaks" are the result of forward-scattering of small particles that fly through the field of view of an instrument during an image exposure. The fact that they are very blurry suggests they are rather close to the instrument and the spacecraft. Otherwise they would be much sharper. Most likely, these are small pieces of MLI (multi-layer insulation) which is wrapped around the spacecraft for thermal reasons. The MLI has become brittle over time and once in a while (perhaps as the result of a micro-meteor hit or hit by a dust grain), little flakes become lose and drift away. We have also seen particles fly out from movements of instruments when the telescope doors or mechanisms are opened or closed on SOHO. LASCO coronagraphs are very sensitive to particles that pass through the field which we classify as debris. This is similar to the effect of a sunbeam shining through the window and scattering from the very small dust particles which are in the air. Similarly, very small particles, at small angles from the Sun, get illuminated by the bright Sun light. The size of the streaks vary due to the distance the particles are from our spacecraft. Since LASCO is focused for infinity, the particles are out of focus and thus broad. The length of the streaks depends on how fast the particle is moving. In the case with the image you a asking about, the particle is moving slowly as it was able to come in the field of view, bounce, and leave the field during a 19 second exposure while the C3 shutter was open. Seeing this type of debris, is not something new and we also see similar characteristics in the debris of other missions such as STEREO which also has coronagraphs on board. Attached another debris image which is bright in illumination with wide streaks and long lengths but has multiple streaks in the image. Warm regards, George Sangstar1 Researchers Defending Truth and Debunking Deceit. AKA Sangstar1 serving you better Videos Presentations TruthResearchers. Sangstar1 was created by the Late, Mr Correa Snr. My name is Sergio Correa and I am the co-founder of Sangstar1 Videos Presentations and News Channel. At SANGSTAR1, we believe that your children safety from internet Predators Scammers are extremely important. Be careful, so do not put your child at risk, and keep them inform of the dangers on Internet blogs, emails, and sharing Mobile numbers, address on the internet. Cosmofobia/Cosmophobia, this symptom applies to people that are afraid of that human knowledge, religion and culture came from ancient astronauts. Sangstar1 Videos Presentations TruthResearchers. https://www.youtube.com/user/sangstar1 FAIR USE STATEMENT This video may contain copyrighted material the use of which has not been specifically authorized by the copyright owner. This material is being made available within this transformative or derivative work for the purpose of education, commentary and criticism, is being distributed without profit, and is believed to be "fair use" in accordance with Title 17 U.S.C. Section 107. For more information go to: http://www.law.cornell.edu/uscode/text/17 If you wish to use copyrighted material from this video for purposes of your own that go beyond 'fair use' you must obtain permission from the copyright owner. Any attempt to misuse copyright to intimidate, harass or censor this video or its author will be vigorously defended. NOTE: The author of this video uses http://www.counterdmca.com/ as an 'Agent of Service' to respond to DMCA takedown notices, and his personal information will not be divulged in the counter-notice.