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Original Message Naves, Anunakis and Nibiru. The fertile imagination in the images of the Sun

The solar satellite SOHO is a major space telescopes and accounted for most modern studies of the Sun, however, is also what causes far more imagination of the lay public, who see in her pictures from comets nonexistent even spaceships secret .

It is virtually impossible to go a single day without receiving any email asking about the "strange" dots and dashes that appear on the images of the SOHO solar telescope. Daria up to write a book about it, maybe even a doctorate trying to explain the fascination that these images lead in the popular imagination.

We are not sure how the mechanism that leads observers to believe that the cosmic particles or micro meteoroids that intersect or collide against the telescope are actually spaceships or aliens. And no reply to emails explaining the nature of these objects. The person does not believe. Never.

We believe that the biggest problem for the understanding of the images is that of the observer does not understand the SOHO telescope does not record scenes in the visible wavelength, but much more energetic segments, particularly the ultraviolet and x-rays and that the universe is filled of charged particles with high energy level.

These particles - protons and electrons - have their origin in stellar explosions called supernovae very intense, darting particles in all directions of the universe at nearly the speed of light. When these particles collide against the sensitive element of the telescope - the CCD - lose their energy, which spreads in various wavelengths including ultraviolet. The result are the bright dots that appear on the images of the telescope.

By the nature of these coincidences eventually the telescope receives a true cosmic bombardment and several adjacent particles reach the sensor at the same time. This creates a kind of blur formed by numerous points, but in view of the lay observers turns into spaceships or the hypothetical planet Nibiru.
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