- Well, I and my girlfriend finally made it back from Bali! After being overly pampered in a 5 star resort it's going to take some time adjusting back to rainy Vancouver. No more incredible buffet breakfasts with paradise just a step outside the door - diving, exploring temples, surfing, watching dances and many of their colorfull rituals. Now I'm ready for a good pole shift or two! I took 20 X 2 min exposures and used the coordinates for Nov 15. This Nov 11 set of images is orientated wrong when compared to the large DSS image and the Oct 26 images etc. where the SAO star can be seen. These new images all need to be mirrored around the vertical axis, so that everything left is right and vice versa. The time of night the images were taken the coordinates would be about EES and around 50 deg. above the horizon.
- Steve Havas
Once again, these are FITS files, which means one must use a FITS viewer which can be downloaded from a Harvard site. DSS Comparison Charts are zipped as they are large to encompass the large SAO star used as a guideline previously. A different camera was used for these new images, so they require a left/right flip to align with the large DSS chart and previous images taken in September and October, 2002. The Nov 15 Coordinates of RA 4.38667 Dec 12.12537 must be Converted. Per the Zetas, Planet X moved considerably between Nov 6 and 15, the path shown by Steve below, the red square the general area of search for search for Nov 11-12. The chart below shows the SAO star on the left, but pages following in this analysis of the Nov 11 images have the SAO star to the right. This can be confusing as the SAO star is omitted in the analysis, the area being inspected emcompasing stars labeled 1, 2, 3 and the area reaching toward stars labeled 4, 5, 6.
20 Red Filters 5 Darks DSS Comparison shavas1111-1-r.zip