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    PostSubject: In The Blink Of A Frame   In The Blink Of A Frame Icon_minitimeTue Nov 23, 2010 8:37 pm

    I was looking at GOES today comparing my photos of chemtrails and the conditions at the time. While Archiving. I found this unusual frame. Now there will be some who say this could be a LEO satellite, but I would ask; wouldn't the object still be visible beyond the shade line if this is reflected sunlight from the object as it would appear to be.
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    PostSubject: Re: In The Blink Of A Frame   In The Blink Of A Frame Icon_minitimeThu Nov 25, 2010 8:04 am

    Vortexasylum wrote:
    I was looking at GOES today comparing my photos of chemtrails and the conditions at the time. While Archiving. I found this unusual frame. Now there will be some who say this could be a LEO satellite, but I would ask; wouldn't the object still be visible beyond the shade line if this is reflected sunlight from the object as it would appear to be.
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    Well,that's not the question I would ask myself. In my mind, what caused the interstitial appearance of the visual artifact track? Which then begs a bunch of other questions.

    1) what is the UTC of the frame?
    2) which and where was the GOES SV at the time of the photo?
    3) what is the GOES SV altitude at frame UTC? (determined by GOES almanac indexed by UTC)
    4) what is the nature of the imaging system employed in the GOES SV?

    With the above information, one may be able to eliminate obvious arguments, then one may consider that something unique has been imaged.

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    PostSubject: Re: In The Blink Of A Frame   In The Blink Of A Frame Icon_minitimeThu Nov 25, 2010 11:24 am

    Thanks for the reply xray. "Well,that's not the question I would ask myself. In my mind, what caused the interstitial appearance of the visual artifact track?" This truly is my question if you read between lines and I have no clue; hence the question. I was hoping someone could explain it for me. As for the other questions you offer

    The time stamp is on the right upper corner of the image. (within that hour)

    GOES is approximately 35,800 km above the earth
    Channel 1
    Wavelength (µm) 0.52-0.72
    Central Wavelength Detectors µm 0.7
    Number of Detectors (per scan) 8
    Resolution: visible – 1 km

    As for question #2, I'll let you figure that one out.

    With all these known, the reason for the objects image ending at the shade line still begs an answer unless the object is at a very low elevation (within the atmosphere) and if so, what could move that fast through it. Also, is it just me or does the travel arch change some here?


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