In this latest set of videos and still frames, John Walson
demonstrates more mystery machines in orbit. It is not known if all of
these craft are stationary or move to various positions. Many
skywatchers report observing what appear to the naked eye as 'stars' which
seem to move to different locations if watched carefully. Some of John's
footage seems to shows this kind of movement as well. To begin,
here are a series of still frames from his newest telescopic video recordings...
Here is one of John Walsen's newest videos...
Next is an interesting set of photos taken by the Mars
Global Surveyor of two other spacecraft, Mars Odyssey (left) and Mars Express
(right), also orbiting Mars. It's notable to see the similarity of how
orbiting craft appear both above Earth and above Mars...
If you would like to see more MGS photos, please
take this link...
Now we'll take a look at another series of still
frames of space machines
from a second new video from Walson...
Here is the full video segment...
Stars In The Evening Sky? Or Space Machines?
After dozens of hours of videotaping bright lights in
the night sky with a camcorder only, Mr. Walson has come to the conclusion
these 'stars' are, in many cases, the same large spacecraft he has been
capturing through his modified telescope.
These bright star-like lights are at high altitude, or
in orbit, and appear as 'orbs' when captured by a regular camcorder at
full zoom without his telescope because they are beyond the optical resolution
capabilities of a normal camcorder which sees them as round 'orbs.'
The footage which follows shows a number of these orb-shaped
lights as videotaped from the ground without the use of a telescope. You
will also see footage taken through John's (modified) telescope which shows
what these bright 'star-like' lights really are: large machines in space.
Side Note - About 98% of the 'orbs' captured in common
digital and 35mm film flash pictures by the general public are actually
dust, pollen or moisture droplets which are hyper-illuminated by the flash
and appear, because of the optical resolution of the lens, as similar orbs.
There is an excellent explanation of this at ghostweb.com.
Here is a photo of a bright light at high altitude taken
with a camcorder alone. The inset shows the same object as imaged with
John Walson's modified telescope.
More camcorder images taken without the aid of
This is a compilation video from John Lenard Walson which
shows a number of lights at great distance which, when zoomed through a
video camera without telescope, appear to be 'orbs'...
Here is one more perfect example of how an early evening
'star' is not a star at all. It is a space machine of some kind in orbit.
In this series below, Walson first images a very small white dot of light
with a Sony video camera (left top) and then follows it with a full zoom
(left bottom). He then switches to his telescope and special technique
which allows him to focus through the atmospheric glow and into space.
The remaining three images, in progressive zooms, show us that the 'evening
star' is actually a machine.
Watch the source video for the above still frames....
Here are more new, rotated, images of another object in earth orbit...
One more look at some of the mystery machines
hovering above us...
Please see Parts 1 and 2 for more of these intriguing