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Scout 241 Moon Halo Effect Report Scout 24 Please view as a power point and not powerpoint show. That way you can zoom in with CTRL and the + key (or the CTRL and the mouse scroll wheel) when you want to make something bigger.
Scout 242 Foreword. Today We break with Tradition and present the Scout Report in PowerPoint format. We do this for evidentiary purposes – so independent verification can be obtained. There are three photos embedded into the presentation. They have the (digital) original capture data embeded [exif] for those that know how to check these things (to show that they are not faked CGI mock-ups.)
Scout 243 On the 21 st of April I took some photos of the Moon – it had an interesting eerie ring around it. Last night I extracted them from the camera (it was full). The results follow.
Scout 244 Three Quick Shots of the Moon Halo Effect I took two shots because I wasnt sure I got the Halo Effect then decided that because the moon looked eclipsed, I should take another. Three Shots with the same camera with three different colours resulting. Was something interfering with my depth of field (focus) ?
Scout 246 First Picture P4210034 Moon Blacked out to prevent distraction from orbiting planet behind moon. P4210034 For Best Results: You should be in a dark room and you are looking for Blue Pixels. (That shouldnt be there…)
Scout 247 First Circled for Clarity Moon Blacked out to prevent distraction from orbiting planet behind moon. P4210034 For Best Results: You should be in a dark room and you are looking for Blue Pixels. (That shouldnt be there…)
Scout 248 Hello Hello Hello…. Lens flare is in front – this is behind.
Scout 2411 A Minute Later I took a Just in Case Shot. P4210036
Scout 2412 A Minute Later I took a Just in Case Shot. P4210036
Scout 2413 A Minute Later I took a Just in Case Shot. Moon Blacked out to prevent distraction from orbiting planet behind moon. P4210036
Scout 2414 Object moves behind the Moon From Top Photo to bottom photo in less than two minutes. Because it doesnt appear in the middle photo, and I did not change position, lens flare can be discounted. Besides, lens flare shows a CCD reflection (object) in front of the brightest object. This object is clearly behind the moon and it is moving very fast.
Scout 2415 Space Weather Report ? Sure… Almost A quiet Day…. Flaring Reducing… Reducing from C to B… D-Rap nice and Dark… Neutrons Reducing…
Scout 2416 http://iswa.gsfc.nasa.gov:8080/IswaSystemWebApp/iSWACygnetStreamer?timestamp=2038-01-23+00%3A44%3A00&window=-1&cygnetId=261 Disturbance – Leaving… http://grb.sonoma.edu/ Last Burst 2 days ago… Calming…. Almost…
Scout 2417 The Beat is Starting Again… 21 12 11 22 21 23 21 11 32 22 and its increasing in Tempo.
Scout 2418 Once Again the Canberra Magnetometer Signals a Solar Event http://magdas2.serc.kyushu-u.ac.jp/realtime/fig/mag_038.png
Scout 2421 NASA shows a Midnight CME Departing the Sun http://iswa.gsfc.nasa.gov:8080/IswaSystemWebApp/iSWACygnetStreamer?timestamp=2038-01-23+00%3A44%3A00&window=-1&cygnetId=261
Scout 2422 NOAA Data Disagrees Very Low Flare Activity for the time indicated by NASA
Scout 2423 SWEEPAM Disagrees With a Fast CME Scenario During the Quietest part of the cycle, slowest speed.
Scout 2424 CME Arriving on the Ninth http://iswa.gsfc.nasa.gov:8080/IswaSystemWebApp/iSWACygnetStreamer?timestamp=2038-01-23+00%3A44%3A00&window=-1&cygnetId=261 @ 3:30 am 10/May CST for Aussies @ 8:30 am 9 th /May PST (USA) @ 7:30 pm 9 th /May in Central Europe
Scout 2425 Still With Us on the 10th 12 hours later… Slowest Moving CME I have seen.
Scout 2426 Suspicious Observers Deleted the Time Stamp in his daily Report Hes never done that before. Unfortunately that gives me reason to be suspicious. Example of deleted time Stamp
Scout 2427 This CME appears to be an Orphan I am unable to match it to any on the LMSAL data so can not indicate whether its 1 MeV or 100 MeV. (There was a 100+ MeV earlier last week.) Unless this is one of the previous events, it may have been edited out of the data and should be considered as potentially serious.
Scout 2428 CME Potential Power The last CME notified by LMSAL was on the 3 rd of May a 5.7 M flare. Seeing as their data is there to protect satelites, Im inclined to believe that their data is correct. In which case this is a 10 MeV event and should be respected as rather dangerous. If on the other hand it is an earlier event, then it could be the 100 MeV event.
Scout 2429 And… Astrologically, Those Faraday Cages are looking good. During the arrival of this flare, Mercury, the planet of communication is joining with the sun and Saturn. That indicates trouble in communications.
Scout 2430 On the Ninth/Tenth we get the Annular Eclipse And I expect a couple of fireworks from that line- up. New moon used to be the time to plant indicating new growth in biological specimens. These days it also means a new active cycle is building on the sun.
Scout 2431 Eclipse Tracking Path in Northern Australia
Scout 2432 This morning another blip. Event Speed getting higher and higher. (It means they reach earth within approx 18 hours.)
Scout 2433 Capsicum Plants Extremely Sensitive to X-Rays Plant some today outside or if in a cooler climatic zone, near a window – see how long before you plant starts to wilt. Remember in Scout 2 we explained that plants can be killed with 15 KeV. When your Capsicum Wilts, it has received at least 15 KeV. (As have the biological life forms near it (plants, pets, other persons). Helpful Hint
Scout 2434 Underground is looking Safer Every day… The Boy Scout Boy Scout Hint for the Day…. Make all your phone calls to loved ones today folks.