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To: Nancy Leider
From: J.William Dell
Subject: SHAVAS 3-R, 4-R, 5-R

Greetings and to the point;

I have had an opportunity to look at all the SHAVAS R Filter pictures individually.
These were loaded in freeware Cadet Calibration Fits software using all 6 dark plates.

I would like to point out anomolies in Frames 3-R, 4-R, 5-R

In frame 3-R, is an object just above the circle known as Steve's candidate.
In frame 4-R, is an anomolie in the exact coordinates that were given.
In frame 5-R, is the object that has been given by the Zetas as Planet X.

These pictures were taken, so I am to understand, as 2 minute exposures.

With red light bending, are we seeing the actual Planet X in different locations in the
different 2 minute pictures? In frame 4-R specifically, have we captured the red light 
shifting within this one picture (which has created what looks like a moving object on the

I am using the freeware Avis Fits Viewer program, which is quite good, and it includes 
as part of its features an ability to recognize stars and indicate pixel intensity. When 
passing the cross hairs over objects in Fits files it recognizes the objects in 4-R and 5-R 
as filmed objects on the picture. It ignores the object in 3-R as it also ignores pixel noise 
or Hot? pixels on all pictures. (Hope that makes sense, in essence, Avis Fits viewer considers
the objects in 4-R & 5-R as real.)

With the red shifting occuring, when doing a summary stacked image, especially median, any 
object not appearing on different pictures in the same place would probably be removed.
Only in Sum, or with an object with high enough intensity in one picture, would an object 

I was out last night looking (without telescope) to determine location.
Just at the horizon was the star above Orions belt (Ori_Alp_58, it has a common name, don't 
know it off hand) which has a high red factor. Boy was it moving around in the atmosphere, it 
made the point to me about shifting.

Kindest regards
J.William Dell