February 26, 2015

Dwarf Moon With Electric White Lights In Crater Found By NASA, Feb 19, 2015, Video, UFO Sighting News.




Date of sighting: Feb 19, 2015
Location of sighting: Ceres, asteroid belt between Mars and Jupiter
News source: http://space.io9.com/the-mysterious-bright-spot-on-ceres-has-a-pretty-bright-1688022006

This photo was taken by Dawn spacecraft from 29,000 miles away. This light was seen that far and then some. Scientists are baffled at what it could be, but let me shed some light on it, no pun intended. The light is white, like city lights, not orange or red like a volcano. That rules out volcano. The light is not one, but two. You will see the two glowing objects have different shapes. The largest is a white glowing square, the smaller is a triangle. Still think its a volcano? Ceres is the largest object in the asteroid belt and is only 950km in diameter. These are massive doors that open to allow ships in and out. Yes, I'm saying Ceres was turned into a alien space station...where they live inside...underground where its safe. Its surface covered in dust, dirt, that protects the station below from attacks, meteorites and radiation. Death star comes to mind? SCW

News states:

The discovery of a bright spot on Ceres has given rise to lots of speculation. And now we've learned something new: it has a friend. The second spot is not quite as bright, but still weirdly reflective compared to the rest of the dwarf planet. And one scientist has a possible explanation for both of these bright spots.

Top image: From photographs taken on February 19, 2015 at 46,000 kilometers away (29,000 miles), Dawn can finally see that the mysterious bright spot on Ceres is in a basin, and has a smaller, dimmer companion. (more at source)

15 comments:

  1. WAIT WAIT WAIT!.. I have one photo like this saved in my computer. I found it in Google Earth antartica.. but i thought that could be a photo glitch so i stopped myself for posting in your email.. Thinking that i might get trolled. But then again, in back of my mind, I refused to delete it and keot it there. And now you confirmed it! So care to send it to your mail?

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  2. In Goigle Earth in Antartica* And that one is Rectangular.

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  3. Very cool, really hope we get to see unedited photos as they close in..

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  4. These two spots are surely non-natural occurrences. What are the chances of having double erupting volcano craters within a giant crater basin? Bright white light emitting even when Ceres is turning to the dark side rotation clearly indicates that the origin of the light is artificially made. Perhaps it is a collection of many smaller lights of a tiny alien mining outpost. The flickering is caused by power generation wave cycle. So these lights are not DC powered. We all will know by December unless DAWN got shot down by the aliens before its close encounter.

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    1. Yeah and they also look geometrical

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  5. Based on the 5th frame of NASA's animated view of CERES rotation, you can very assured that the bright lights are emitted from the spot instead of light reflected off the surface. One scientist claimed that the light got dimmer after passing the "terminator". The 5th frame can prove him wrong. If these are not alien-made lights, then we have another big mystery to solve. What stuff is emitting light from the subterranean level of CERES ? We know water/ice do not emit light by itself. If there are lava core inside CERES, then steam should eject constantly out from the spots into space (super low gravity on CERES), but instead we saw constant light emission. Perhaps some small asteroid crack the surface and reveal the interior of CERES to us before DAWN arrives there. It is like an open wound on the crater, unsealed due to equilibrium temperature between surface and CERES interior while water cannot evaporate, as if you are looking at nuclear reactor core through cooling tank surface. Does DAWN equipped with infrared sensor? It can distinguish whether there are reflection, steam wave emission or light sources.

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  6. Its a scientific outpost/ mining facility for the Roswell Greys. The greys take samples from all over the solar system/galaxy and study them there. The fact that it has not been destroyed is because they aren't there or never thought humans would explore Ceres.

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    1. You are correct about the Greys though. They do, or have occupied this area.

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  7. Why NASA has not released any photo of the dark side rotation of Ceres? 3 weeks passed and DAWN should have photographed the dark side of the planet by now. If we can still see the two bright spots, that could mean one thing, those are in fact light and not merely light reflection. If it is non alien nature, it could mean there are some kind of light emitting lava flow near the core depth. It may be caused by spontaneous magnesium oxide/hydroxide equilibrium chemical reactions with sea water that is underneath the surface.

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  8. I have a idea of what the bright spots might be. They could be some kind of chemical reaction akin to glow sticks or some kind of nuclear reaction. If something is radioactive enough light will be emitted through Cherenkov radiation owing if Ceres has a thick enough atmosphere. Just a thought.

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  9. The spots are back. I have examined it frame by frame and concluded that the spots are in fact light emitting from the near the surface layer of the craters. The dimmer light is actually composed of a single dot light next to a small cluster of weaker light. The big light spot is still as bright as before. I've also notice the light intensity increases as it rotates toward the sun light. So the surface contains some kind of reflective material, I suspect it is floating liquid mercury on top of high density salt water. If there is a sea beneath Ceres, it must be saltier than our sea by many times due to billions of years of evaporation through meteor impacts. The mercury ore (cinnabar) got heated near the core by the magnesium reaction at 400C and turns to gaseous mercury which condenses into pure mercury at the craters. It can reflect light near 100% under direct sunlight. During the dark side rotation, the craters may be much less brighter than what we see on the light side images. Nevertheless, some active mantle reaction is occurring inside Ceres for sure. Aliens will be just too dumb to leave their head lights on so long for us to discover their trail.

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  10. No offense, but drawing a triangle and square on something doesn't make it square and triangular :-/

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  11. Guys the scientists say the spectrum of the light being reflected is what you would expect for ice/water, therefore its ice reflecting sunlight.... soz guys

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  12. Not a lot of sunlight reaches the very distant asteroid belt. Dawn cameras have to be very sensitive to get these images. NASA does more image processing to bring up the contrast, so that we can see subtle features, craters, etc. Ice or salts can make these spots so reflective. Keep in mind these images are NOT what you could get with your i-phone or point-n-shoot camera, so conclusions about their luminance tend to be error-prone.

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  13. Square...triangle?...up... down...left... right...holy crap...unlocked the cheat menu for Street Fighter! Thanks little grey men!

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