This newest series of remarkable videos from astrphotographer
John Walson contain more new provocative images including an unprecedented
look at a space machine being moved and repositioned in orbit. This particular
footage almost looks as if this machine is alive...so flexible is the portion
caught in motion by Walson's telescope and video camera.
First, here are some freeze frames with contrast enhancement
of several of the newest items discovered in orbit above us. The first
frame below shows the object imaged at night...
Here is the same object videotaped at noon. So
much for the
efforts to dismiss these machines as 'stars'...
And here is an enlargement with contrast....
Spies In The Sky?
This video shows several different space craft and ends
with an email urging John Walson to go public with his discoveries...
An Eerie Sight...Space Machine Changing Position
The following freeze frames show a space machine...or
part of one...in motion. The top, bright part with the 'round' end is being
moved downward or lowered - as we perceive it - to a position closer to
the wide horizontal main body of the object below it. These four
very interesting frames show the progression clearly. The first frame
shows the beginning position of the bright object...
It is now all the way 'down' and perhaps touching
or lying upon the primary object to which it is attached. It almost
has a serpentine appearance...
And now all the way 'down' and perhaps touching
on the primary object to which it is attached...
Video Of Space Machine In Motion
I asked Mr. Walson to isolate the particular segment
of the video which clearly and unmistakably shows this part of the object
moving on its own or being remotely controlled. It is possible that
the entire machine is rotating toward the observer and that the arm is
actually fixed, although that does not seem to be the case from our analysis.
More Images From Space
The next four freeze frames show two more space
craft captured by Mr. Walson...
And another craft...
Recording Sound From Space Machines
The following link to a BBC page explains at around the
7 minute mark how easy it is to record sounds from space...
Here now is another example of apparent sound coming from the objects above.
John explains that within a few seconds of locking onto an object,
he can, with a dish, pick up the noise from the object trailing slightly
It's A Big Sky...Where To Look?
How does John Walson know where to train his telescope
to find these objects? That's a fair question, and here is his response...
Regarding the inquiries as to how I am able to find so
many different objects to videotape. I guess the best word to use
is 'intuition'...frankly, sometimes I cannot believe it myself. I
often wonder, when standing out in the cold night, hour after hour, how do
I 'know' where - and when - to point to certain locations in the sky?
I wish I had a simple explanation. I set up all my equipment
and just point my telescope to the location I feel is 'right'...and there
is nearly always something to see. How I am able to do this is honestly
as much of a mystery to me as are the objects themselves."
And finally, a new Walson video including many
of the items above...