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SKY-MAP.ORG / WIKISKY • View topic - A bunch of questionable "things"

A bunch of questionable "things"

Extraterrestrial life is life that exists and originates outside the planet Earth, the only place in the universe currently known by humans to support life. Its existence is still hypothetical as there is currently little, if any, evidence of other planets that can support life, or actual extraterrestrial life that has been widely accepted by the scientific community.

A bunch of questionable "things"

Postby Trivial » Sat Jan 22, 2011 11:57 pm

Hey everyone, so I have a bunch of questionable images which I have found on wikisky. The things that bother me the most is all the images contain trails or movements in space which make no sense at all. Except for the ones that seem to going to and from planets. In some you can see a clear departure trail from a planet into space. Some of them look like they may be meeting or intercepting eachother at various locations. They are either red or blue it seems, which makes sense for observation purposes since those are at both ends of the spectrum of visible light.

The only other explanation I have heard for this phenomena is it is just wear and tear on the plates from digitizing the old imagery. Which can make sense, but too many correlations. Who knows these days anyway, but here after just one hour of browsing wikisky here are my list of questionable objects I have found( add (http://server4.wikisky.org/snapshot) to beginning of each to make urls work, only make of 4 urls allowed per post ):

This is the only one that is not ufo like in nature, just not sure what it is. Looks really cool though:

?ra=4.256151519978141&de=-0.529752178618431&zoom=12&show_grid=1&show_constellation_lines=1&show_constellation_boundaries=1&show_const_names=0&show_galaxies=1&show_box=1&box_ra=4.043611&box_de=5.820833&box_width=50&box_height=50&img_source=DSS2

The rest are movement based imagery:

?ra=4.246580560619474&de=0.4412045962855015&zoom=11&show_grid=1&show_constellation_lines=1&show_constellation_boundaries=1&show_const_names=0&show_galaxies=1&show_box=1&box_ra=4.043611&box_de=5.820833&box_width=50&box_height=50&img_source=DSS2

?ra=4.263770253221693&de=-0.5042662700762152&zoom=13&show_grid=1&show_constellation_lines=1&show_constellation_boundaries=1&show_const_names=0&show_galaxies=1&show_box=1&box_ra=4.043611&box_de=5.820833&box_width=50&box_height=50&img_source=DSS2

?ra=15.405908996608321&de=21.810446770162958&zoom=12&show_grid=1&show_constellation_lines=1&show_constellation_boundaries=1&show_const_names=0&show_galaxies=1&show_box=1&box_ra=14.261027&box_de=19.1825&box_width=50&box_height=50&img_source=DSS2

?ra=4.581841191509868&de=-2.614077525053836&zoom=12&show_grid=1&show_constellation_lines=1&show_constellation_boundaries=1&show_const_names=0&show_galaxies=1&show_box=1&box_ra=4.043611&box_de=5.820833&box_width=50&box_height=50&img_source=DSS2

?ra=4.5878458984838275&de=-2.45918259537841&zoom=13&show_grid=1&show_constellation_lines=1&show_constellation_boundaries=1&show_const_names=0&show_galaxies=1&show_box=1&box_ra=4.043611&box_de=5.820833&box_width=50&box_height=50&img_source=DSS2

?ra=4.305734170815924&de=-0.21476872788289209&zoom=13&show_grid=1&show_constellation_lines=1&show_constellation_boundaries=1&show_const_names=0&show_galaxies=1&show_box=1&box_ra=4.043611&box_de=5.820833&box_width=50&box_height=50&img_source=DSS2

?ra=4.324070098327979&de=-0.20487216833288086&zoom=13&show_grid=1&show_constellation_lines=1&show_constellation_boundaries=1&show_const_names=0&show_galaxies=1&show_box=1&box_ra=4.043611&box_de=5.820833&box_width=50&box_height=50&img_source=DSS2

?ra=4.354833755658819&de=-0.8099930207289016&zoom=13&show_grid=1&show_constellation_lines=1&show_constellation_boundaries=1&show_const_names=0&show_galaxies=1&show_box=1&box_ra=4.043611&box_de=5.820833&box_width=50&box_height=50&img_source=DSS2

?ra=4.346309227113076&de=-0.8636476558515284&zoom=13&show_grid=1&show_constellation_lines=1&show_constellation_boundaries=1&show_const_names=0&show_galaxies=1&show_box=1&box_ra=4.043611&box_de=5.820833&box_width=50&box_height=50&img_source=DSS2

?ra=4.415498245571046&de=-1.5033431281373109&zoom=12&show_grid=1&show_constellation_lines=1&show_constellation_boundaries=1&show_const_names=0&show_galaxies=1&show_box=1&box_ra=4.043611&box_de=5.820833&box_width=50&box_height=50&img_source=DSS2

?ra=4.434519537845359&de=-1.6796098690001517&zoom=12&show_grid=1&show_constellation_lines=1&show_constellation_boundaries=1&show_const_names=0&show_galaxies=1&show_box=1&box_ra=4.043611&box_de=5.820833&box_width=50&box_height=50&img_source=DSS2

?ra=4.461293225315176&de=-1.6926206931510692&zoom=12&show_grid=1&show_constellation_lines=1&show_constellation_boundaries=1&show_const_names=0&show_galaxies=1&show_box=1&box_ra=4.043611&box_de=5.820833&box_width=50&box_height=50&img_source=DSS2

?ra=4.5109471724440775&de=-1.9226635997111245&zoom=14&show_grid=1&show_constellation_lines=1&show_constellation_boundaries=1&show_const_names=0&show_galaxies=1&show_box=1&box_ra=4.043611&box_de=5.820833&box_width=50&box_height=50&img_source=DSS2

?ra=4.528151261162624&de=-2.296633356658505&zoom=14&show_grid=1&show_constellation_lines=1&show_constellation_boundaries=1&show_const_names=0&show_galaxies=1&show_box=1&box_ra=4.043611&box_de=5.820833&box_width=50&box_height=50&img_source=DSS2

Here are some arriving/leaving planets:

?ra=4.373741640805449&de=-1.2723456179103736&zoom=13&show_grid=1&show_constellation_lines=1&show_constellation_boundaries=1&show_const_names=0&show_galaxies=1&show_box=1&box_ra=4.043611&box_de=5.820833&box_width=50&box_height=50&img_source=DSS2

?ra=4.241512943732074&de=0.16081392252576704&zoom=14&show_grid=1&show_constellation_lines=1&show_constellation_boundaries=1&show_const_names=0&show_galaxies=1&show_box=1&box_ra=4.043611&box_de=5.820833&box_width=50&box_height=50&img_source=DSS2

This one is cool because you can see the red one approaching the bottom part of the planet with a blue one coming out of it:

?ra=4.546024168040656&de=-2.534422177762019&zoom=13&show_grid=1&show_constellation_lines=1&show_constellation_boundaries=1&show_const_names=0&show_galaxies=1&show_box=1&box_ra=4.043611&box_de=5.820833&box_width=50&box_height=50&img_source=DSS2

This is probably the clearest one that is leaving a planet:

http://server4.wikisky.org/snapshot?ra= ... ource=DSS2

Can anyone tell me what the blue swirly thing is in the center?

?ra=14.512354936921712&de=20.251959803210312&zoom=8&show_grid=1&show_constellation_lines=1&show_constellation_boundaries=1&show_const_names=0&show_galaxies=1&show_box=1&box_ra=14.261027&box_de=19.1825&box_width=50&box_height=50&img_source=DSS2

Also can anyone tell me what the *beep* is this? They are all over near bright stars and always have the same central shadowy shape. This bothers me because the only conclusion I can come up with is that this is a reflection/shadow of the star and lens combined. Well, if that was true then that would mean stars are square which makes absolutely no sense. So if anyone can tell me what this is please do!

?ra=15.298425748618433&de=22.817133725464743&zoom=8&show_grid=1&show_constellation_lines=1&show_constellation_boundaries=1&show_const_names=0&show_galaxies=1&show_box=1&box_ra=14.261027&box_de=19.1825&box_width=50&box_height=50&img_source=DSS2


The coordinates are in the urls, as well as the extended parameters section of the links. All the planets or stars seen near these "phenomena" can be scrolled over and give information on it. I found these all in one hour, I am just stating an objective observation. Please give any input, I am welcome to all kinds of interesting ideas. Also if you know for what any of these things are and have sound scientific theory/evidence to back it up I am glad to hear it. Thanks for taking the time to help me understand our universe better. I hope this imagery helps :)

P.S. I also found alot more of these, only after I saw some really cool ones did I start taking pictures of them. I would say I saw at least 50+ and I am sure if I continued to look for hours on end I could keep finding them. To find them just scroll around on 9/20 zoom. You can see them pretty well and zoom in for some cool pictures. Do some searching on your own in your free time, and always make up your own mind.
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