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  1. ====== The Model put it model..btw... ====== So, going by this old model...the tail should be pointing up ?...right ?, or is it still early ? Maybe we need to wait 10-14 hrs ? ======= Or another scenario...(#5)... Prefect Images from past...of Ison...NewThor and Earthwatch...covered this before in great details... I think I have more on page 2..?(V-craft) http://www.proxywhor...dpost&p=3682366 Study the Mayan design harder now...A V-Craft inside the core of the Comet...Also, look at path...almost the same with Sun... ======== #6...If it is a V-craft ?...Might explain why NASA never released those June 13th Spitzer 24 hrs images of core close up, and other images from other spacecrafts , and MARS rovers,,etc..etc... Think about this scenario for a moment.... Some of us are prepared, inside already know about many things...from A thur Z...the majority are not...It would cause panic,fear,etc...freak out...etc..etc...So, you hind this, or invent some excuse(s), or just don't say nothing, or show nothing....hoping it go away... ====================================================
  2. Something survived... Some scenarios(s)... Remember 73P...when it broke apart, but pc's of it still traveled on its track...(I call it Comet RailRoad tracks)... =========== Spitzer comet images 73P... ========== The problem(s) we always have is release from we can't confirm this, yet..., and it's still too close to the Sun for Spitzer to image ? Number 1... ============= #2...Maybe 10,20,30,40%...survived..? ============ #3...Like many are saying its a ghost tail remains...?...Gases,H20,etc..etc...still following on Comet Ison R/R..tracks...? ============ #4...The core is still intact, but outer shell is gone ? ============ #5...
  3. ===== New Thor...your next...
  4. Ison is not destroyed... Call it a NASA black out of images...happened so many times before...
  5. ISON Made it...
  6. RIP?...not!!!
  7. L-2...(SOHO)--REAL-TIME ============= L-3...REAL Time... try this one... =============== SDO...Close up...12:45 est---1:00 est...they say
  8. Check out the time...for Soho...gee what a surprise
  9. 5 Hrs...and some go... ------------------------------- ============ Already brighter than all the planets, except...for... -26.7 Sun -12.6 Full Moon ============= LOOK AT THE SPEED NOW !!!!!!!!! WOW!!!!!!!!
  10. Here's a nice, interesting story.... ================ Artemis and Orion Orion was the handsomest man in the world, a mighty hunter, an untiring dancer, a hearty eater. Many women loved him, and so did the men, because of his generous nature and caring heart. Orion loved the women as if he were their brother, and with the men he formed his most intimate and physically satisfying attachments. Even the gods and goddesses took notice of him, and enjoyed his company. But his favoured fortune led to his early death and legendary destiny. Such is the fate of heroes. One day while he was hunting in the forest, he came upon a beautiful young woman who was also hunting, with a pack of the finest hounds he had ever seen. Both packs picked up the scent and they hunted together. When the deer was caught and killed, Orion saw that his companion was no mere girl, but the Virgin Goddess Artemis herself. He averted his eyes from her in respect. "I thank thee for thy reverence, Orion," she said. "But come, let us be companions of the hunt together, thou and I." Orion looked up at her, and foresaw many days of sport and fun together, and laughed with the pleasure of the thought. "Yes, my lady," he said. "I would be thy companion of the hunt." "I love thy laugh," the goddess said, and they together dressed the animal and took it back to the city for distribution to the people. Artemis and Orion passed the summer together. By day they hunted and sported, challenging each other to foot races, archery, and storytelling. In the evenings around the fire they bared their souls and told each other about their lives, their lost loves, their secrets. Orion spoke of the men he had loved and hoped to love again. Artemis spoke of the nymphs who attended her, their love affairs, and her romantic attachments to the goddesses and women of her cities. They became, in short, fast friends. One night, when Artemis and Orion sat at their fire telling stories, Orion turned to her and said, "Artemis, my friend, my most beautiful crescent moon, I give thanks to the Fates that we are so well met. The love we share is as valuable as my life, and I am a better man for knowing you." "I treasure our friendship also, Orion. Thou art a fine man and I bless our time together." They shared an embrace. Then Orion jumped up and danced in celebration around the fire. Artemis followed him, and their shouts and laughter rang through the dark forest. The next day, Apollo, the brother of Artemis, was walking through the forest. He smelled a low-burning campfire, and found the glade where Orion and Artemis lay still asleep. He saw and appreciated the beautiful Orion, but grew angry when he saw that Artemis lay with him. He assumed that Artemis also appreciated Orion in the masculine manner he himself did, and had compromised her virginity, her separateness from the sexuality of men. But he concealed his anger, put on a mask of friendliness, and whistled a bright tune until the two friends awoke. Seeing who was making the noise, they invited him to breakfast. Later in the morning, Artemis attended to her priestesses elsewhere, and left her brother and friend to amuse themselves together. Now Apollo is very beautiful; he is the sun; he is a god selected to sit among the twelve Olympians. He is vain, yet kind; wise, yet full of fun. Orion was immediately captivated by him, and naturally so. Apollo's heart was also caught by Orion's friendly company and gentle yet thoroughly masculine manner. Apollo took as his lovers many women and goddesses, and also men and gods. Unlike Orion, he was secretive about those male assignations, and would deny them if questioned about their exact nature. But the attraction between Apollo and Orion took its natural course, and before the end of the afternoon the man and god had enjoyed together all the pleasures of manhood, to their mutual satisfaction. As the sun set they lay together in tender friendship murmuring in quiet conversation. Orion mentioned his happy anticipation of the return of Artemis and how the three of them might now be friends. Apollo stiffened in anger at the mention of his sister's name, for he had forgotten his mis-informed but potent jealousy. "What incurs thine anger, my lord?" asked Orion. "I'm surprised you would question my apprehension at the arrival of another who enjoys your favors." Orion laughed before he could think not to. "My favors?" he exclaimed. "But Artemis is a chaste goddess. She has not known me, nor any man. We are companions, but of the hunt and the forest, not any bed or bower. Besides, I am a lover of men'as thou art." Apollo saw the truth in what Orion said. He did not relish realizing his mistake, and he lashed out at Orion. "You insult me--mortal," Apollo said, standing up, his face a blaze of wrath. Orion cowered at his feet, an unlikely posture for such a noble man, but he thought it prudent in the face of this capricious god. Apollo picked up Orion's head by his hair and bellowed into his face, "I am not a lover of men--like you," and he spat out the last phrase in disgust. "I take women as my lovers, as nature intended. You are nothing but a boy, to sport with." "My lord, I did not intend any insult--how could I after the joy we have known this same day?" But Apollo did not answer, turned, and strode away without a backward glance. Hours after Apollo left him, Orion was found by Artemis in the dark, weeping quietly. She comforted him, and hearing his story, took him to his house, and left him alone, as was his wish. She returned to her house in the forest. During the night, a terrible dream possessed Orion. He dreamed that a scorpion rose up from the forest floor and nearly killed him before he could defend himself. He did not know it, but it was Apollo who sent this scorpion. He dreamed he could not strike through the scorpion's armor, no matter how powerful or direct his thrust. He fought the scorpion in his dream the night through, and just before he awoke, the scorpion had almost stung him directly in his heart. He woke at dawn, drenched with sweat, and relieved that the scorpion was only a dream, for he had never met a beast he could not kill. He went out, hoping to meet Artemis and tell her of his dream, but outside his door waited the giant scorpion from his dream, more terrible in reality than even in his mind. He fought it valiantly, with arrows and his sword, but as in the dream, he could not pierce its armor. The scorpion backed him to the sea, and Orion plunged in, hoping he could swim away from it. Meanwhile, Apollo visited his sister. She angrily told him she disapproved of his treatment of her friend. He mildly begged her to hold her tongue, for something far worse was in need of her vengeance and loyalty. He said an evil man, Candaon, had the night previous attacked and raped Opos, one of her hyperborean priestesses, and was right now swimming to a distant island, hoping to escape the wrath of Artemis. No one escapes the vengeance of Artemis when one of her own has been ravaged. Without even pausing to first comfort Opos, she grabbed her quiver and sped down to the sea. Apollo followed her, and pointed out the speck in the distance that was Orion's head, still putting distance between himself and the scorpion. "There he is," Apollo said, standing behind her so his face could not betray his treachery. Artemis loosed her arrow with unerring aim and slew her friend. When he saw his plan had succeeded, Apollo ran away. Artemis went back to the forest and found Opos who supposedly had been raped. Opos was unharmed, and knew nothing of an attack. When Artemis saw the girl was well, she soon deduced the truth. She retrieved Orion's body, but even Asclepius could not revive him, though he applied drops of the gorgon's blood to the lifeless lips of Artemis's true friend. Orion's spirit had already descended to Asphodel Fields. Artemis placed Orion's body among the stars as a tribute to the friendship they once shared, a reminder to all mortals that men and women enjoy friendships of every variety and degree. The scorpion she killed, and set it also in the sky, behind Orion, as a warning to everyone under heaven of the treachery of those who are false to their lovers and false to themselves. This story is descended from the tale as told by Robert Graves. http://people.ucsc.e...tales/orion.htm ============== Thanks ...Seneca
  11. History and Myth Antares is Greek for “Opposing Mars” or “Rivaling Mars.” The first part, “Ant” is from the same root as “anti”, and Greek name of Mars is “Ares.” So Antares is the “Anti-Mars” as a rival or as if to deceive — an imposter! Antares is the same general color as Mars, but for a few months every couple of years the planet is much brighter than the star. Most of the time, though, Mars is near the same brightness or fainter than Antares. Every couple of years Mars passes near Antares, which was perhaps seen as taunting the star, as Mars moves rapidly through the heavens and Antares, like all stars, seems fixed to the starry firmament. Both the Arabic and Latin names for the star mean “heart of the Scorpion,” which it the way it is situated in most constellation drawings. As is typical, more mythology attends the full constellation of Scorpius than the star Antares. Perhaps the most well known story of Scorpius is that the Earth goddess, Gaia, sent him to sting arrogant Orion, who had claimed his intent to kill all animals on the planet. Scorpius killed Orion, and both were placed in the sky, although in opposite sides of the heavens, positioned as if to show the Scorpion chasing the Mighty Hunter. Interestingly, Betelgeuse in the constellation Orion is similar in appearance to Antares, although brighter. Betelgeuse is not as associated with Mars as is Antares. Although the planet passes in the vicinity of Betelgeuse every couple of years, it never gets as close as it does to Antares. In Polynesia, Scorpius is often seen as a fishhook, with some stories describing it as the magic fishhook used by the demigod Maui to pull up land from the ocean floor that became the Hawaiian islands. According to the University of Hawaii’s Institute for Astronomy website, the Hawaiian name for Antares, Lehua-kona, seems to have little to do with the constellation. It means “southern lehua blossom.” ==================== Been watching our Sun... exploring cme s in the direction where Antares is....brb It's like sending a message... Ison passed very close by Mars...and they (NASA and others) did not send/show us the images they promised...used gov't shutdown as there exclue...But there were reports about Mars being effected....but since we are in the dark...we don't really know what exactly happened to Mars... Why do I feel some kind of connections with Mars, and Ison, and now Antares... The ancient stories are amazing when you read them, and study them in details.... Now they say that ISON passed around here before...I wonder if it was the reason why Mars is like it is now.? ============
  12. For great Updates... ================ ================== BPEarthWatch will be on TODAY on.... (Noon) til 3PM..est...
  13. Updated Nov 26 Comet ISON is nearing perihelion and becoming closer to the sun. This means that it it will not be visible unless it survives perihelion on November 28th. If ISON survives perihelion, we could see it again as early as December 3rd. The bad news is that ISON may have already disintegrated. We can only wait and see what happens to ISON. From: ============== Looking at current L-3 images...don't look like it had ?! ================ In only 40 minutes time...jump from -0.02 to -0.13 MAG... compare... Apparent Magnitude Celestial Object -26.7 Sun -12.6 Full Moon ***-6 to -13 MAG...Many are projecting/predicting**** ------------------------------------------------ -4.4 Venus (at brightest) ---------------- -3.0 Mars (at brightest) ---------------- Jupiter... -2.7 ---------------- -1.6 Sirius (brightest star) from page 1.... ========================================== L-2...(SOHO)--REAL-TIME
  14. Show Time ========= ========== Not as Big looking as Comet 2002 V1... Right now..@ 6am,est...9.7 million miles from at -.02 MAG ========= Antares...bright Star on Botton Left.... ---------------- Soho is using UT Time...-5 data is not live...for example it show 0900 hrs...that is 0400 hrs(our time), it in a nutshell...Here we go always(censorship)... Images must be approved by edit department.... and art/image redo/edit department...before release
  15. YES!!!