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  • 7 years ago
Return Viewer's Guide #3

Return Viewer's Guide #3

1. When I try to describe the object's motion and direction it is always from my own viewing position and perspective. The place were I stood in Mississauga Ontario Canada. The forward rolling crater covered object arrives from the area of space above and to the left of the Moon. The first part of the Moon that is covered by the object, is the Moon's upper left corner. The object appears to roll down from that area of space. Overall the object is moving at a tremendous speed and is between the Earth and Moon for only a short time. Because the object's crossing angle is very low, the object is between the Earth and Moon, rolling towards the Earth, for a fairly long period of time, relative to it's very high speed. 2. Although huge and massive, the object is smaller than the Moon. I understand that something that is smaller than the Moon can still in fact be very large and massive. The object is easily in fact a very very big place. The object crosses the line of sight at a position betw

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