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RAF - Typhoon http://youtu.be/IXxi33YSzkE http://youtu.be/-tz7oLU8zDI Published on Jun 20, 2012 by JohnLenardWalson please also understand I am not claiming there are ETs or aliens in my films like others do, http://youtu.be/NaiozcGl-Yo I have nothing to do with those that like to discredit me by taking my films and making up lie after lie about them in web chat rooms to boost there web links so they can sell there story to tv producers that have working partnerships at the tv networks to make money from making people look fools on tv, I can prove this, But you might know this person below a very kind man, that told me to share my footage but when I did this happen to me, example just think you take a photo of a bird and then you send the photo to a bird expert they reply and say you have film a rare bird, they tell you to show the world, when you do, all the other bird spotters get upset you found the rare bird, and start to make up lie after lie saying the bird photo is fake and it's a bit of tin fake stuff bird, but how would I know what the bird would look like to fake it? And why would the bird expert say with out any doubt that was a rare bird? Now read this my bird example was for this, my films http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-tz7oLU8zDI&feature=youtube_gdata_player ******************************************************* FInstP ScD Professor of Experimental Philosophy Institute of Astronomy Cambridge University Madingley Road Cambridge Hello again, And again my congratulations on your superb astrophotography. You are clearly getting some images at almost the diffraction limit of your telescope. In the very sharpest images there are hints of diffraction rings visible on the edges of the satellites. That is of course the absolute limit of optical performance, and is only rarely attained. Interestingly, the process you have, of using a high-quality imaging system, with fast read-out, and then selecting the rare `perfect' images is something which has been developed and applied somewhat by one of my colleagues here. You might like to look at our local web page presenting some of this: http://www.ast.cam.ac.uk/~optics/Lucky_Web_Site/ You might also be interested in a journal produced by the MIT Lincoln Laboratory - which is the group which has built some of the things you are seeing. Much of what they do is what used to be the Star wars project, which no doubt involves some of your objects. They don't talk about the military satellites, of course, but there are many dicussions of earth surveillance, and related issues. It is distributed only to academic organisations, so you may need to get your local library to borrow it, but you may be able to get this (for free) from Subscription Coordinator Room L-054 Lincoln Laboratory MIT 244 Wood Street Lexington MA 0240-9185 USA best regards xxxx From xxxx Sent: Thu 1/21/07 To: John Lenard ******************************************************** xxxx FInstP ScD Professor of Experimental Philosophy Institute of Astronomy Cambridge University Madingley Road Cambridge ******************************************************* From: xxxx Sent: Sat 2/10/07 2:37 AM To: john lenard Hi John, Thank you for the images: once again they show that you are an excellent photographer. There are of course many satellites in orbit, only a few of which are anything to do with JPL, but these are readily seen by astro-photographers like yourself all over the world. You should just enjoy the excellence of your images, and make them available as widely as is possible, through the public web-sites, magazines, etc, so you can get the credit you deserve for your skills.