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10/1 Hoagland Images

10-1-2013 – Images discussed during the first hour of the program with Richard C. Hoagland.

1- Schematic Plan to Haul an Asteroid

Schematic Plan for NASA Capture and Placement in High Lunar Orbit of a Small (~500-ton) Asteroid by 2020

Schematic Plan for NASA Capture and Placement in High Lunar Orbit of a Small (~500-ton) Asteroid by 2020

2 - Artificial Metallic Cylinder

Located toward the horizon about a hundred feet from the Curiosity "Bradbury Landing" site, this remarkable object is clearly some kind of "manufactured object" -- complete with associated pipes and wiring on top -- lying on its side, on a slight ridge, on the reddish Martian sands.  Subsequent to this long-distance image, Curiosity just drove away ... without any further (public) investigation of this extraordinary object.

Located toward the horizon about a hundred feet from the Curiosity “Bradbury Landing” site, this remarkable object is clearly some kind of “manufactured object” — complete with associated pipes and wiring on top — lying on its side, on a slight ridge, on the reddish Martian sands. Subsequent to this long-distance image, Curiosity just drove away … without any further (public) investigation of this extraordinary object.

3 – Stereo image views of the “Glenelg Pump”

Stereo image views of the "Glenelg Pump" on Mars -- shot by the Curiosity Rover, 13 Martian days (Sols) apart, in 2012.

Stereo image views of the “Glenelg Pump” on Mars — shot by the Curiosity Rover, 13 Martian days (Sols) apart, in 2012.

4 – Spectacular Comet McNaught

Spectacular Comet McNaught -- Photographed from the Southern Hemisphere Just After Sunset, in 2011

Spectacular Comet McNaught — Photographed from the Southern Hemisphere Just After Sunset, in 2011

5 – Simulation of Comet ISON

Simulation of Comet ISON Closest Approach to Mars, October 1 -- as Viewed from 90 Degrees Above the Solar System Plane

Simulation of Comet ISON Closest Approach to Mars, October 1 — as Viewed from 90 Degrees Above the Solar System Plane

solarsystemscope.com/ison/

 

6 – Schematic of Curiosity view of Comet ISON

Schematic of Curiosity view of Comet ISON, as seen from Gale Crater, October 1 -- at Closest Approach of ~6.7 Million Miles to Mars

Schematic of Curiosity view of Comet ISON, as seen from Gale Crater, October 1 — at Closest Approach of ~6.7 Million Miles to Mars

7 – A “Green” Comet ISON

A "Green" Comet ISON -- Approaching Mars, September 24, 2013, Captured via a 17-inch Reflecting Telescope by British Amateur Astronomer, Damian Peach

A “Green” Comet ISON — Approaching Mars, September 24, 2013, Captured via a 17-inch Reflecting Telescope by British Amateur Astronomer, Damian Peach

8 –  Composite Image of Comet ISON, April 30, 2013

This bizarre Hubble ISON image -- taken as the Comet was approximately half-way between Jupiter and Mars -- reveals an unprecedented nucleus "tetrahedral geometry" ... DELIBERATELY "created" by NASA (for some reason ...) IN the imaging process - http://archive.stsci.edu/hla/ison/

This bizarre Hubble ISON image — taken as the Comet was approximately half-way between Jupiter and Mars — reveals an unprecedented nucleus “tetrahedral geometry” … DELIBERATELY “created” by NASA (for some reason …) IN the imaging process

archive.stsci.edu/hla/ison/

 

9 - Comet Hartley-2 Nucleus

Filtered images, taken by NASA's unmanned "Epoxi" spacecraft in November 2010, isolate different molecules and solid particles erupting from the very active nucleus of Hartley-2.  A major astronomical mystery: why are side-by-side regions of this tiny (~1-mile long) nucleus, erupting TOTALLY different materials -- on an object far too small to have ever "gravitationally segregated" different elements and compounds into different layers as it formed?

Filtered images, taken by NASA’s unmanned “Epoxi” spacecraft in November 2010, isolate different molecules and solid particles erupting from the very active nucleus of Hartley-2. A major astronomical mystery: why are side-by-side regions of this tiny (~1-mile long) nucleus, erupting TOTALLY different materials — on an object far too small to have ever “gravitationally segregated” different elements and compounds into different layers as it formed?

10 – Ultra-high Resolution, Enhanced Hartley-2 Color Image

Taken During NASA's Unmanned "EPOXI" Spacecraft Fly-by, November 2010.  Close examination of this striking NASA image reveals a shockingly geometric surface to "Hartley-2!"  This "comet" nucleus is, in fact, covered end-to-end with countless, carefully-aligned, redundant, "girder-like" right-angle mechanical constructions -- compelling visual evidence that Hartley-2 is NOT a natural object!    In fact, this stark geometric reality -- coupled with the mysteriously "segregated" jet eruptions recorded simultaneously, of radically differing materials erupting from closely-spaced regions -- argue convincingly that Hartley-2 is, in fact, an ancient, giant, derelict spacecraft -- left over from the distant era of a now-extinct, Type II, solar-system-wide, high-tech civilization ... still jetting into space the last remnants of its once life-preserving atmosphere, through meteor-created gaping holes ....

Taken During NASA’s Unmanned “EPOXI” Spacecraft Fly-by, November 2010.
Close examination of this striking NASA image reveals a shockingly geometric surface to “Hartley-2!” This “comet” nucleus is, in fact, covered end-to-end with countless, carefully-aligned, redundant, “girder-like” right-angle mechanical constructions — compelling visual evidence that Hartley-2 is NOT a natural object!
In fact, this stark geometric reality — coupled with the mysteriously “segregated” jet eruptions recorded simultaneously, of radically differing materials erupting from closely-spaced regions — argue convincingly that Hartley-2 is, in fact, an ancient, giant, derelict spacecraft — left over from the distant era of a now-extinct, Type II, solar-system-wide, high-tech civilization … still jetting into space the last remnants of its once life-preserving atmosphere, through meteor-created gaping holes ….