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Re: Mystery Shadow Line Pictured Left Weather Experts Stumpe

Post by Rich316 » Wed Aug 07, 2013 12:36 pm

Yeah I think the examples shown here kind of solve this one.

Another image here of the same thing

http://i.imgur.com/pgbf99j.jpg

Re: Mystery Shadow Line Pictured Left Weather Experts Stumpe

Post by -Marduk- » Wed Aug 07, 2013 8:48 am

Shuttle Plume Shadow Points to Moon

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Explanation attempt: Why would the shadow of a space shuttle launch plume point toward the Moon? In early 2001 during a launch of Atlantis, the Sun, Earth, Moon, and rocket were all properly aligned for this photogenic coincidence. First, for the space shuttle's plume to cast a long shadow, the time of day must be either near sunrise or sunset. Next, just at sunset, the shadow is the longest and extends all the way to the horizon. Finally, during a Full Moon, the Sun and Moon are on opposite sides of the sky. Just after sunset, for example, the Sun is slightly below the horizon, and, in the other direction, the Moon is slightly above the horizon. Therefore, as Atlantis blasted off, just after sunset, its shadow projected away from the Sun toward the opposite horizon, where the Full Moon just happened to be.

http://apod.nasa.gov/apod/ap070603.html

:think:

Re: Mystery Shadow Line Pictured Left Weather Experts Stumpe

Post by Opalserpent » Wed Aug 07, 2013 2:00 am

Xibalba wrote:I've not read this yet (just skimmed through), but it could offer an explanation.
http://contrailscience.com/contrails-da ... hemtrails/

About to nod off for the night, so I'll take another peek tomorrow.


There goes my giant orbiting space craft theory. :hmmm:

Interesting, maybe this is the case that there is a chemtrail or contrail not seen in the photo
because it's not in frame.

3. Edge Shadow (Volumetric Shadow)

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The most interesting type of contrail dark line is when the contrail is lined up with the sun. This produces a slice of shadow through the atmosphere that looks like a dark line when viewed edge-on. It is quite difficult to visualize what is going on since you have to think in three dimensions, and we are accustomed to thinking of shadows as being flat, since they are usually cast on surfaces. You are not seeing a thin dark shadow here, you are actually seeing a huge slab of very faint shadow, but it’s viewed from looking along the edge. Imagine you have a thick sheet of glass. Viewed head on, it’s transparent, but if you look at it from the edge, it seems a lot darker.

Re: Mystery Shadow Line Pictured Left Weather Experts Stumpe

Post by Xibalba » Wed Aug 07, 2013 1:56 am

I've not read this yet (just skimmed through), but it could offer an explanation.
http://contrailscience.com/contrails-da ... hemtrails/

About to nod off for the night, so I'll take another peek tomorrow.

Re: Mystery Shadow Line Pictured Left Weather Experts Stumpe

Post by -Marduk- » Tue Aug 06, 2013 11:32 pm

Sparkey wrote:Image

lol

Re: Mystery Shadow Line Pictured Left Weather Experts Stumpe

Post by E6722maj » Tue Aug 06, 2013 11:27 pm

i wonder, what kind of particles could darken the daylight in a precise beam? do such particles exist? if the 'shadow' in these pics is a focussed beam of such particles, did it originate down here, or up there?

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Re: Mystery Shadow Line Pictured Left Weather Experts Stumpe

Post by Sparkey » Tue Aug 06, 2013 11:20 pm

Image

Re: Mystery Shadow Line Pictured Left Weather Experts Stumpe

Post by Opalserpent » Tue Aug 06, 2013 11:04 pm

I was thinking that maybe it's a shadow of a very large object perhaps in orbit causing like a little lunar eclipse beam perhaps?

Lasers and beam weapons are usually invisible aren't they?

scalar interferometry or haarp, not enough information on either.

Re: Mystery Shadow Line Pictured Left Weather Experts Stumpe

Post by E6722maj » Tue Aug 06, 2013 10:47 pm

another one from a discussion of same subject on (name of website removed) :think: :think: :think:

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Re: Mystery Shadow Line Pictured Left Weather Experts Stumpe

Post by Crolin » Tue Aug 06, 2013 10:44 pm

another thing ive noticed about these black beams is that they extend as far as the eye can see to the horizon, ive seen a few and they all extended to the horizon, i dont think the beam is hitting that orb, it could be some sort of float, but anyway when you look out to see, i think you can only see a few miles ( depending on your elevation) so the beam is actually extending to the horizon which is only a few miles away, meaning the beam is miles long

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