From 7/24/10 - 7/27/10 something very strange is
recorded in the images from the NASA Stereo Core Satellite Telescope.
Did a rather large asteroid hit our sister planet
with such force it ejected a massive out-bust into space, or is it just a trick
I don't know what to make of this. It's
very interesting to say the least.
The video above
is compiled from over 100 images taken in
sequence from the NASA Stereo Core website.
It very well may just be a trick
of the light at a certain distance and degree,
and then again, maybe not. What makes me wonder
is how the camera's light sensor seems to adjust
the light intake way down, as if it were just
hit with a big burst of light and corrected by
adjusting the light level intake lower.
What do you make of it? Swamp
Flare...Lens Gas? You make the call.
I just created a movie from the
NASA SOHO Lasco 2 Cam and it looks as if the Sun
may have ejected a giant plasma ball
right at the same time the video above happened.
Now I'm thinking less that it was
a lens flare and more like it may have been
something from the sun.