May 16, 2015

UFO Makes 180 Degree Turn Over Surface Of Ceres Over Glass Structures, May 4, 2015, -NAS Video- UFO Sighting News.


Date of sighting: May 4, 2015 (date of image)
Location of sighting: Ceres

Check out the black oval UFO that shoots around the crater in the photos of Ceres. The UFO actually makes a 180 degree turn, which is 100% proof that its not a meteor and not the shadow of the satellite. Aliens are watching that area. This is more proof that the white objects are structures.
Finally we get some close up shots of Ceres and the glowing white spots on it. The shiny areas have been altered to be blurred by NASA. They do not want the public to see these glowing structures and therefore use photoshop to take away any detail. 

However, I have noticed that there are some glass-like structures on the Earths moon (I found myself) and they look this color when photographed. Its possible the human eye would see these as structures, but the digital eye gets overwhelmed by the reflective light off the glass of the structures. I experienced this when I tried to prove some glass pyramids existed near Deporte Crater, only to have my photos come out this way on my camera. I use an HD camera to analyze moon photos, (it fixes or redigitalizes the photos up to 95% original). Good to look at, but hard to photograph. SCW

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  2. Scott i was lookin at opportunity's pictures of Ceres. When it's orbiting in the dark side of Mars (by night) you can see some green lights on its surface but as well as it beacomes brighter NASA blurs it up and all you can see is a white flying egg, slick as a baby butt and with no craters.

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  3. Hi, did you see that in nearly all pictures of the animated series of the link above there is at least one small black dot somewhere over the surface, it is not always at the sample place. I wounder if this might be the shadow of the satelite though ... anyhow, let's stay tunded !!

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  4. Could be a layer of Ice. This kind of question must be considered before we say it's artificial.

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  5. Has there been any "official " word from NASA? Will this just be another so called camera glitch.

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  6. NASA never has words about these phenomena

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  7. I have one of the most recent photos of Ceres taken by dawn,if u zoom in close to the large crater at the top left corner you can see where the image looks to have been photoshopped

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  8. I rather wish you'd stop using the word "proof" in place of "evidence" especially when it's barely that.

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  9. So you allege that NASA blurred the spots to hide their nature, but left an alien spacecraft in plain view.

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  10. The LIGHT CRATERS are shrinking in size when comparing the previous photos (PIA19559) with NASA's latest closeup photo of CERES. The "minor" spot is nearly sealed/crusted. Some of the tiny light dots around the minor spot also getting smaller and some had disappeared. As for the "major" light crater, the size is getting smaller too, many crystallized amalgam deposit structures surrounded the spot are showing up above the bright light background. In addition, the light emission from the spots continues to be fuzzy as if the craters are filled with some kind of self-illuminating liquid soup. The glaring effect still exists. This could mean that the light is coming from deep inside the crater. The liquid near the top of the crater surface is somewhat murky, misty with high viscosity.
    On another NASA photo of the dark side of CERES (PIA19579 & a latest photo), we can see the faint lights and the near disappearance of the "minor" spot (actually turns into two smaller side-by-side spots). This further proves that the lights are radiated from inside the spots and not light reflected off the surface of ICE rinks. If we still see the fuzzy "light crater" at a distance of 900 miles on the next batch of orbital photos, there must be some kind of chemical reaction underneath the
    spots to give off light. The only argument is how deep the source of the light be, at near the core or somewhere between the core and surface of CERES. Based on existing data, the contact area between the core and the mantle (salt-water) is probably where the chemical reaction is occurring. At the current rate, the light spots would be crusted/sealed within another 6 months until a bulge is form in the center of the giant crater.

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  11. The recent JPL/NASA's super closeup photos of the bright spots shows light emitting from inside the craters. Another dark side photo of CERES shows the light spots shined even in total darkness after rotating behind the sun. This further support my theory of a mineral-salt chemical core exists inside Ceres, unless you believe in ALIEN CONSPIRACY. Scientifically speaking, a sustainable chemical core is highly possible for Ceres, given its small size and the distance from the Sun. The environmental ingredients are there. If our chemical engineers can create a sustainable Magnesium- driven heat pump reaction on Earth, we should never doubt the power of our universe. So far, only my proposed theory can explain everything that we have seen from DAWN's mission on Ceres.
    To generate such cold bright light, the core of Cere's must have some kind of Mg-salt water reaction. The surface temperature of these light spot should be near zero degree as the warm liquid cools down toward the surface. Also, I can assure you that the mantle liquid of Ceres may have high viscosity and somewhat murky; otherwise the light spots would be much brighter. In order to study these lights, NASA should sync DAWN's orbit directly over the bright spots area for at least 24 hours. This can help scientist examine the brightness intensity and frequency fluctuation of these core light emissions. This fluctuation can help us understand how this chemical core operates in accordance to the planet's rotation and gravitational interaction with surrounding planets- Mars, Earth...etc.

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