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:nods: This is the problem with wanting to see a particular something, in other words, beginning with an agenda. I see a line and I want it to be somehow special, to be the discoverer of something never-before-seen.
The lines near the Pleiades are fairly interesting. I've found a variety of these. In most cases they're quite linear. But in others they seem to hit some point where they begin meandering. It would be incredible if they are far away, their apparent width and length then would be unbelievable. So the lines must not be something that continues to exist but then only something that was moving across the field while that section of sky was being scanned by DSS, say. But then the lines wouldn't continue across subsequent scans, they'd arbitrarily stop at a frame boundary. In most cases they don't.
If you pan left of the blue object (satellite dish) you may see a faint pair of blue + dark gray vertical lines. They are mostly parallel and overlapping at times but then they diverge later. I can't help but think that they're the light trails of something nearby that moved across the scanned field of the DSS survey. It would be rewarding to see some flying saucer at the end of one of these light trails but that's not the case here. It's just some unknown light source that was moving. :shrugs:
In further zooming in and reviewing the blue object above Sirius-A I'll have to admit that this object is the first of its type that has ever been this close to us. Feel free to follow along and zoom in as much as you can.
It's clear from further inspection that this is an object in our Earth's orbit. There's a fair amount of detail going on. I can see what appears to be rigging on something that appears to be a dish. In conjunction with that rigging there even appears to be corresponding shadows that represent that same rigging. [b]It appears to have been a satellite dish that was higher in orbit than the orbiting DSS satellite.[/b]
In part, I agree with Chewbit's comment that Google Sky is a patchwork of more than one sky data provider. Look in the bottom right corner of the screen and you'll see the names of those providers. In some cases, a supposedly clearer image of something interesting has been substituted for the more mundane background--you'll see this in the Orion's belt and Orion's sword areas, for example. Orion is arguably the most recognizable constellation in the northern hemisphere and enjoys more astronomical scrutiny than others.
That said, the missing rectangular data between Orion and Sirius is quite rare as missing data. The rectangle in question looks as if it's been cropped out of the many zoom resolutions, in my humble opinion.
For the sake of argument if an empty dataset then is explainable as a black, featureless region then how does one explain the obvious photoshop'ing of the Sirius-A zoom resolutions? What we would expect to see here is a large blue star similar to the ones in, say, the Pleaides. What could have been disturbing enough to photoshop out of the data? Given the name designation it looks like Sirius-A is the larger of a binary star system.
There is an interesting description of Sirius's color change from 200 years ago to now. http://irfu.cea.fr/Sap/en/Phocea/Vie_des_labos/Ast/ast.php?id_ast=2...
The star is now supposedly very red in comparison to what it was earlier. It's postulated that a third massive object could be orbiting, driving Sirius into something like a red giant phase (temporarily). Check out the QuickTime animation to see what could be going on.
Regarding the mysterious blue object (that I've been known to call a "hot-crossed bun" or HCB object in the past), I've recently postulated that these could be craft of some sort. Objects of this shape appear in a variety of orientations and sizes along several lines that criss-cross to the "left" of the Pleiades in the Google Sky data. input Pleiades, zoom out a little and pan left, then zoom in to review the lines themselves. Careful scrutiny in this area should reveal more of these HCB objects in different colors. It's entirely possible that the lines are some method of interstellar transportation beam. If they were merely hairs on some glass plate used for processing the images then I would argue that stars then wouldn't appear both in front of and behind these photographic anomalies; the anomaly would only appear always in front or always behind the star data itself.
Having wondered about this possibility I reviewed again the available information on HAARP. For a while I considered the possibility that our own HAARP was some end-point for a similar transport beam attempt of much lower power. I think I've ruled out that possibility though, for what it's worth.
I'm familiar with what you have written and agree with you.
May I ask, where you acquired the date of Oct 28, 2011?
I have to agree with Chewbit on this one..... besides, you cannot zoom in
that close on a star (at least from this planet) lol!
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