Terence.drew wrote:Johathan. How can a Satellite be a bright light when it is supposed to be traveling through and in the shadow of the Earth?
What is illuminating it? The sun?
In any case, the closer you get to the equator, theoretically the higher the dishes should be pointing at. This seems like something that should be easy to verify.
chuck22 wrote:There is no explanation for the satcom transmissions I picked up on non-satcom antenna. It is impossible unless the transmissions were coming over standard radio waves utilizing encryption. In fact this is the one and only explanation. GPS utilizes triangulation and encrypted radio waves as well. I pray some day humanity will discard this farce and start teaching real science.
lux wrote:Terence.drew wrote:Sorry lads I still don't get this'
Put 'Madonna' into google images and guess who appears?
A number of different individuals all purported to be the same woman?
Jonathan wrote:Maat already said it all.
Satellites are seen by the reflection of sunlight off of them.
Consider their altitude and path - they are in sunlight much longer than we are in daylight down here.
This can also be observed: they are often seen as appearing suddenly already high up above the horizon - that is when they come out of earths shadow (or it is when their reflecting surfaces are at the right angle to mirror sunlight at your location).
They also disappear like that - often not by going below the horizon but by going into shadow or by not reflecting the sun to your location any longer - then they are observable elsewhere.
These things are easily observable and at least one big question would arise which was already stated:
never in the history of astronomy where these things described though they seem to behave so strangely.
Has nobody speculated or even asked what those would be?
If taking into account that these objects did not exist until about 50 years ago you have one very good reason as to why such things where never described...
Terence.drew wrote:Satellites lit from the sun?
This is interesting.
whatsgoingon wrote:Jonathan wrote:All the smart people creating software are fooled.
Software merely transforms a data stream into another data stream. There is no confirmation that the signals came from satellites. There is no hard data on their existence except from defense contractors, spy stories, NASA launch info, etc.
whatsgoingon wrote:I see your point. How does it work is important. No doubt. But the simplest/cheapest system is ground-based antenas. No need for expensive Satellites. The engineering is so easy. Just reserve a band of microwave or whatever for "satellite" transmissions and call it that but use ground networks.
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