- We allowed the human team members, which were more than Steve and Jan, to struggle, as this demonstrated a point. The team working on this matter, to identify the new object on Steve's images, were numerous, as many were eager to help analyze the images and provide software capabilities and advice, and did so behind the scenes. What point was to be proven? That the cat calling on sci.astro, of Zetadrones, is inaccurate, as drones do not pursue matters independent of their masters. Rather, NASAdrones is the appropriate term, as those who would have the public asleep until the last minute on this matter, the NASA lackies on sci.astro and trying to interrupt the Troubled Times mailing lists, are asking the public not to think, not to look, not to examine, but to accept the conclusions of their NASA masters and their lackies.
- The correct candidate is Steve's, the object just to the left of Star 4. This point is further south than east of the Charles candidate, which is where the global coordinates we provided point. This is in accordance with logic for light coming up over the Equator, bending down as it does so to reach Arizona from the Southern Constellations. This is in accordance with logic for light pulling from the east toward the center of the globe, which has the greatest gravity tug. The drop down would be the greater, as the light passes over the Equator, than the pull in from the east. We hope this analysis, and the example that Steve and Jan and their team mates have shown in their efforts, will show the public what is required during this Fall viewing season. Learn to apply the logic, and techniques, shown, and you'll be arriving at your own conclusions, watching this moving, inbound object, no longer a NASAdrone, but a free thinking individual, empowered by knowledge and the truth that ones own eyes can garner!
From the September 28, 2002 Live ZetaTalk IRC Session:
(NancyL) It occurred to me yesterday that WHITE light, not red, from Px would NOT be bend, as red.
(RichO) NancyL: white light is composed of all colors
(NancyL) So, if that WERE the case, and white light were coming from Px, would, perhaps that object seen by Jan, the third candidate, BE Px in white light, where the red light bent?
(NancyL) I want to ask the Z's this.
(NancyL) ZT to Nancy: Nancy has noted that star light, light NOT composed in the main of red light, does not bend as red light does, evidence the sun setting and rising becoming HUGE for a moment.
(NancyL) ZT: Would Planet X emit light in other spectrums, to the degree that OTHER light might arrive in a different place, more direct, than the red light?
(NancyL) ZT: Indeed, this is a possibility, and on occasion WILL manifest on images, but as the red light will PREDOMINATE for some months, we prefer to point the public in this direction.
(NancyL) ZT: Thus, on occasion TWO Planet X's will be imaged, or seen, confusion abounding.
(NancyL) ZT: We prefer to call the predominant, red light, candidate THE Planet X, for this reason.
(NancyL) ZT: And what was the third candidate, appearing in images taken by Steve Havas on 9/21/2002?
(NancyL) ZT: RIGHT at the coordinates, and round, and bright, and NOT on the comparison charts taken earlier, the NEAT, the ESO DSS, the NASA DSS?
(NancyL) ZT: Why of course, it was the ghost of Planet X, the white light, arriving JUST where expected, but much fainter than the predominant red light.
(NancyL) ZT: Thus, for those who would say it did NOT appear at the coordinates ... it DID!.
(NancyL) End ZT to Nancy. :-)
(S7L) Combination of all the light of the spectrum. Thus, white light contains red light. They are not separate, discrete phenomena.
(NancyL) S7L, it is what we assume by white light, if it is ALL colors, but the red bends away, then whatever else is left.
And note how close to the RA and Dec given for September 15, 2002, per Pierre's circle below on an older ESO DSS provided for comparison purposes, Jan's Object is!