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The Big Picture - [was: Was 'First Photographed

From: Ray Dickenson <r.dickenson.nul>
Date: Tue, 18 Oct 2011 17:27:04 +0100
Archived: Tue, 18 Oct 2011 13:54:19 -0400
Subject: The Big Picture - [was: Was 'First Photographed

Hello All,

When re-capping the Bonilla data for Kentaro, had thought it was
finished with, but looking at it with an outsider's eyes, saw
that it needs to be set in context.

So extrapolated Bonilla's initial 2 hour count (of identically
sized 'round' or elliptical objects passing in front of the Sun)
for the full two days, a not unreasonable guess - which comes to
more than 6000 identical round or disk-shaped objects moving
evenly in concert, across the plane of the ecliptic, to possibly
but not necessarily pass between the Moon and Earth.

That's because the Moon was at 'first qaurter' (directly to our
left when looking at the Sun) and, although that 'flotilla' was
a bit closer to us than the Moon is, there's no knowledge of its
trajectory so it might have continued moving on across the

Here's the context - there are similar fleets or flotillas
described here:

'Flotillas Over The Americas'


Ironically, although the most recent fleets have been filmed many
times (by NASA and others), Bonilla's early sighting provides us
with most hard data - in that recap at:


Also made a rough estimate of their average speed but it's
mind-boggling so will leave it for Bruce et al to lay it out for



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