The Ringmakers And Other Bizzare Anomalies Near Saturn

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PostFri Jun 29, 2012 8:12 pm » by -Marduk-


Evildweeb wrote:PROJECT CAMELOT : NORMAN BERGRUN : RINGMAKERS OF SATURN INTERVIEW




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on Jun 29, 2012 by jagbodhi

In June of 2012 on the way to the Sacramento UFO Conference, we had the good fortune to interview Norman Bergrun the 91 year old author of "Ringmakers of Saturn". Norman is a scientist/engineer who worked in an above top secret capacity (his level of clearance, way above the President) for Lockheed. Prior to that he was at NACA a precursor to NASA.

Upon leaving Lockheed, he wrote "Ringmakers of Saturn" about the enormous craft spotted in the rings of Saturn and became something of an outcast in the scientific community. This interview covers his views on time travel, the nature of the vehicles that he says are creating the rings and much more... His conclusion is that the Ringmakers of Saturn are now creating rings around other planets and they are on their way here....

Groundbreaking and a real wake-up call for the mainstream scientific community not to mention the World.

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PostFri Jun 29, 2012 8:35 pm » by Seahawk


Yeah, it was. :flop: If you haven't listened to it yet, you should- if this appeals to you. :P It's a great one.


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PostTue Jul 10, 2012 8:43 pm » by Savwafair2012


Saturn's Rings Are Back, New Spectacular Views From Cassini Spacecraft

It's been nearly two years since NASA's Cassini spacecraft has had views like these of Saturn's glorious rings. These views are possible again because Cassini has changed the angle at which it orbits Saturn and regularly passes above and below Saturn's equatorial plane. Steeply inclined orbits around the Saturn system also allow scientists to get better views of the poles and atmosphere of Saturn and its moons.


These three Cassini images show a propeller-shaped structure created by an unseen moon in Saturn's A ring.

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Cassini's recent return of ring images has started to pay off. A group of scientists has restarted the team's studies of propeller-shaped gaps. These gaps are cleared out by objects that are smaller than known moons but larger than typical ring particles. Cassini scientists haven't seen propellers in two years. Matt Tiscareno, a Cassini imaging team associate at Cornell University, Ithaca, N.Y., and colleagues have been following these objects for several years. Because some of the propellers are exactly where models predicted they would be, scientists believe they are seeing some old friends again.


NASA's Cassini spacecraft has recently resumed the kind of orbits that allow for spectacular views of Saturn's rings. This view, from Cassini's imaging camera, shows the outer A ring and the F ring. The wide gap in the image is the Encke gap, where you see not only the embedded moon Pan but also several kinky, dusty ringlets. A wavy pattern on the inner edge of the Encke gap downstream from Pan and aspiral pattern moving inwards from that edge show Pan's gravitational influence. The narrow gap close to the outer edge is the Keeler gap.

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Scientists are eagerly waiting for the other data that will come from this change in perspective. What's the secret to getting Cassini to orbit at such high angles? Cassini's lead navigator, Duane Roth, explains in a JPL Blog spot.

http://blogs.jpl.nasa.gov/2012/07/a-different-slant/


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PostTue Jul 10, 2012 9:17 pm » by -Marduk-


Jesus Sav, you always beat me with the good stuff.

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PostWed Jul 11, 2012 5:06 pm » by domdabears


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A NASA spacecraft has spied a vortex swirling in the atmosphere high above the south pole of the Saturn moon Titan, hinting that winter may be coming to the huge body's southern reaches.

NASA's Cassini probe photographed the polar vortex — or mass of swirling gas — during a flyby of Titan on June 27. The vortex appears to complete one full rotation in nine hours, while it takes Titan about 16 days to spin once around its axis.

"The structure inside the vortex is reminiscent of the open cellular convection that is often seen over Earth's oceans," Tony Del Genio, a Cassini team member at NASA's Goddard Institute for Space Studies in New York, said in a statement.

"But unlike on Earth, where such layers are just above the surface, this one is at very high altitude, maybe a response of Titan's stratosphere to seasonal cooling as southern winter approaches," he added. "But so soon in the game, we're not sure."

Link for video and more on the article. http://www.space.com/16526-saturn-moon- ... ortex.html
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PostMon Jul 30, 2012 2:06 am » by -Marduk-


Intense Blue Lightning On Saturn Visible From Space In Broad Daylight!

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To see a thunderstorm from space on another planet is not an event that you will experience often, which is the reason why these images, taken by NASA's Cassini spacecraft are truly impressive. Photographed from a distance of over two million miles, Cassini captured the largest storm seen up-close at the planet, with bluish spots in the middle of swirling clouds. Those bluish spots indicate flashes of lightning and mark the first time scientists have detected lightning in visible wavelengths on the side of Saturn illuminated by the sun.

"We didn't think we'd see lightning on Saturn's day side - only its night side," said Ulyana Dyudina, a Cassini imaging team associate based at the California Institute of Technology in Pasadena. "The fact that Cassini was able to detect the lightning means that it was very intense." The storm occurred last year. The lightning flashes appear brightest in the blue filter of Cassini's imaging camera on March 6, 2011.

Scientists aggressively heightened the blue tint of the image to determine its size and location. Scientists are still analyzing why the blue filter catches the lightning. It might be that the lightning really is blue, or it might be that the short exposure of the camera in the blue filter makes the short-lived lightning easier to see. The larger mosaic on the left of the panel shows the lightning flash, which appears as a blue dot. The smaller mosaic on the right is composed of images taken 30 minutes later, and the lightning is not flashing at that time.

The white arrow in the annotated version of this panel points to the location where the lightning occurred in the clouds. The optical energy of this and other flashes on Saturn is comparable to the strongest of the flashes on Earth. The flash is approximately 120 miles (200 kilometers) in diameter when it exits the tops of the clouds. What scientists do know is that the intensity of the flash is comparable to the strongest flashes on Earth. The visible energy alone is estimated to be about 3 billion watts lasting for one second. The flash is approximately 100 miles (200 kilometers) in diameter when it exits the tops of the clouds. From this, scientists deduce that the lightning bolts originate in the clouds deeper down in Saturn's atmosphere where water droplets freeze. This is analogous to where lightning is created in Earth's atmosphere.

As summer storm season descends upon Earth's northern latitudes, Cassini provides us a great opportunity to see how weather plays out at different places in our solar system," said Linda Spilker, Cassini project scientist.

http://www.messagetoeagle.com/bluelight ... AzS-BP57wM


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These false color mosaics from NASA's Cassini spacecraft capture lightning striking within the huge storm that encircled Saturn's northern hemisphere for much of 2011. The larger mosaic on the left of the panel shows the lightning flash, which appears as a blue dot. The smaller mosaic on the right is composed of images taken 30 minutes later, and the lightning is not flashing at that time.

See PIA14904 for a mosaic showing a wider view wrapping around the planet also in which some blue lightning is visible in the clouds. The white arrow in the annotated version of this panel points to the location where the lightning occurred in the clouds. The optical energy of this and other flashes on Saturn is comparable to the strongest of the flashes on Earth. The flash is approximately 120 miles (200 kilometers) in diameter when it exits the tops of the clouds. From this, scientists deduce that the lightning bolts originate in the clouds deeper down in Saturn's atmosphere where water droplets freeze. This is analogous to where lightning is created on Earth.

This lightning flash appears only in the filter sensitive to blue visible light, and the images were enhanced to increase the visibility of the lightning. Images taken using red, green and blue spectral filters are usually combined to create a natural color view. Because visible red-light images were not available, images taken using a spectral filter sensitive to wavelengths of near-infrared light centered at 752 nanometers were used in place of red. So the color is close to natural color, but is not exact.

The images were obtained with the Cassini spacecraft narrow-angle camera on March 6, 2011, at a distance of approximately 2 million miles (3.3 million kilometers) from Saturn and at a sun-Saturn-spacecraft, or phase, angle of 83 degrees. These mosaics are simple cylindrical map projections, defined such that a square pixel subtends equal intervals of latitude and longitude. At higher latitudes, the pixel size in the north-south direction remains the same, but the pixel size (in terms of physical extent on the planet) in the east-west direction becomes smaller. The pixel size is set at the equator, where the distances along the sides are equal. This map has a pixel size of 12 miles (20 kilometers) at the equator.

The Cassini-Huygens mission is a cooperative project of NASA, the European Space Agency and the Italian Space Agency. The Jet Propulsion Laboratory, a division of the California Institute of Technology in Pasadena, manages the mission for NASA's Science Mission Directorate, Washington, D.C. The Cassini orbiter and its two onboard cameras were designed, developed and assembled at JPL. The imaging operations center is based at the Space Science Institute in Boulder, Colo.
http://www.nasa.gov/mission_pages/cassi ... 14921.html



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PostTue Jul 31, 2012 1:01 am » by Shaggietrip


Noticed this post before i headed off to bed last night. The first thing that I had thought of was Blue Jets.

Yes I did read it and understand the explanation of blue light, camera filters ect. From what I have read on the location of where these occur it is a very strong possibility.


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Bottom line: Earth isn’t the only planet with lightning sprites – offshoots of large-scale electrical discharges that take place high in Earth’s atmosphere, above thunderstorms. According to research announced in late 2011, the planets Venus, Jupiter and Saturn might have them, too.


Source: http://earthsky.org/space/lightning-sprites-on-jupiter-saturn-and-venus



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The fact they had caught this is very cool. Not to mention the size alone. Marduk2012, Has there been any other images of these released? Is this the only one you know of?


I only ask to try to determine its cause. They height of them I get. But I was wondering if they happen alone the "storm" in random locations are same area.




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PostTue Jul 31, 2012 1:26 am » by -Marduk-


Shaggietrip wrote:Fascinating thread :flop:

Thx Shaggie...means a lot :cheers:
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PostTue Jul 31, 2012 1:34 am » by -Marduk-


Apropos Shaggy, have u noticed this 'anomaly' too?

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PostTue Jul 31, 2012 2:36 am » by Shaggietrip


Marduk2012 wrote:Apropos Shaggy, have u noticed this 'anomaly' too?

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Yes, I must admit that it seems a bit strange that the scientist are just picking these up now. Granted the ones on Earth last under a second. But the size of the ones captured only makes be believe that the duration would be longer. {If in fact Blue Jets and Sprites} I am not sure when they first captured these from Saturn. I wish I knew. I do think our galaxy is juicing up so to say. Which would help in the development in such things.



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