Sent: Thursday, August 08, 2002 11:43 PM
Dear Sir, This object in question began to appear in its present position on 23 July2002 and was completely formed as it is now by 24 July 2002 as a geostationary object. The solar's surface rotates and that object remains unchanged. It does seem to be quelling the solar disruption somehow. My spacegun is still prominent in all of the SOHO images.
This looks very much like a blemish of some kind on the EIT camera lens or CCD imaging chip!. This should be investigated and confirmed or rejected before any other possible cause. The possibility of anything actually near the sun being able to 'hold its station' with such perfection against all orbital and solar influences is remote to the extreme.
Date: 8/9/02 7:33:26 AM Pacific Daylight Time
Thank you for the post of the suncruiser parking lot. I am sorry that I am not more techno-literate, but check out the image http://sohowww.nascom.nasa.gov/data/realtime/javagif/gifs_small/20020809_0030_c2.gif This looks like it could be a suncruiser with a cadre of smaller craft in its wake. Interesting because it appears to be originating from the SAME area of the Sun as mentioned in our previous messages.
Date: 8/9/02 7:30:24 AM Pacific Daylight Time
Dear Kent, I've been visiting your website for about two months and feel the need to finally write and perhaps clear something up. There is only ONE actual 'sun cruiser'. The name of the craft is the Shan Chea, and she was built specifically for the evacuation of our planet and 'all' lifeforms should the need arise. The other so-called anomalies are a couple or three other craft that were sent to protect the Shan Chea from the recent outpouring of CME's as well as the 'hiccups'... which are the opposite (CME's causing a 'pressure' on the earth, while the 'hiccups' are causing a 'pull').
As you read this, I suppose you're wondering how I know. Without going into detail, just let me simply say that I'm in communication with one of the craft and her crew that were sent to offer protection to Shan Chea. :-)
|8/10/02 2:30:55 AM Pacific Daylight Time
This object has a semi-circle of "lights" on it's left side, but on no other frames that I can find. In "movie mode", the object is stationary, but has flares in FRONT of it. Not a camera\lens problem.