Nasa ftp Directory Anomolies Share | weyard posted:4/12/2011 4:51:04 AM (Reply)Recently some people discovered what appeared to be a locked ftp image archive associated with NASA, however it was allowing the public to enter and see the images. Several pictures got out and were posted on a few places online. These images ranged from close ups of the Hubble telescope, to images of the Earth's atmosphere with objects (space debris?) present.Jeff emailed them and found out that it was actualy meant to be a public archive. So I suggest that everyone who sees this go to this location and have a look. ftp://eol.jsc.nasa.gov/If you see anything weird or interesting, upload it to imageshack and post it here. Links to the images themselves won't work because they are rearranging or deleting photos randomly. Jeff, Aether and I found some interesting photos and there are probably more waiting for someone to find them. Apparently whoever authorized the release of these images didn't look closely enough because there are some serious anomolies present in some of these images.Some of the better images we've found:1: Shows an odd streak of light. The archive was rearranged at this point, deleting/moving the file, so Jeff had to screenshot the image.http://img818.imageshack.us/img818/8410/debriefinghighresiss006.jpg2: Shows what appears to be the same image/streak a period of time before/after the first image.http://www.paranormalnews.com/images/nasa/weirdone.jpg3: There is an amazing boomerang shaped UFO in the bottom part of the image. It is so bold and black, that I don't see what else it could be, unless a portion of the image was edited out before it was released.http://img9.imageshack.us/img9/5636/efshighressts056sts0567.jpg4: The entire horizon/atmosphere on the upper righthand side appears to have been edited. There appear to be photoshop blur marks at certain parts.http://img218.imageshack.us/img218/2489/debriefinghighresiss007.jpg aether posted:4/12/2011 5:06:53 AM (Reply)Look at the object to the top right. It is most likely a satellite of some sort, but it definetly looks saucer-shaped. The lighting is also weird on it.http://img851.imageshack.us/img851/1662/ufo.pngweyard posted:4/12/2011 6:48:31 AM (Reply) A few new ones.First, a few more with anomolies:-The atmosphere just looks wrong here. There are odd bursts of light and the coloration is weird. The only thing I can think of is that it might be a long explosure of a thunderstorm or something. http://img641.imageshack.us/img641/3227/esclargeiss006iss006e48.jpg-- Multiple moon theory much? There appears to be a round object above the horizon, at the top of the image that is far too small to be the moon. My only good explanation is that it might be the hypothesized small fast moving moon.....or a hair on the lens or something. http://img864.imageshack.us/img864/7677/esclargeiss006iss006e51h.jpg --Another weird green/orange atmosphere. No idea what would account for the discoloration.http://img859.imageshack.us/img859/3188/esclargeiss006iss006e51.jpg --In the upper left portion of the atmophere, there is a shape extending out of the planet and going upwards briefly. Looks like it could be a reflection though. Odd nether the less. http://img27.imageshack.us/img27/6815/esclargeiss017iss017e55.jpg --And now I just have a few cool pictures I found in the archive. -- A picture of the moon. The angle makes the craters on the top left part of it form a sort of face. Thought it was kinda cool.http://img825.imageshack.us/img825/5959/esclargeiss017iss017e11.jpgContinued-weyard posted:4/12/2011 6:50:38 AM (Reply)-- A large cloud formation (hurricane?) sits above the normal cloud layer. http://img816.imageshack.us/img816/6466/esclargeiss016iss016e27.jpg -- Another nice picture of the moon.http://img545.imageshack.us/img545/1791/esclargeiss006iss006e49.jpg jeff posted:4/12/2011 7:32:34 AM (Reply)For the record, all images are (c) Image Science & Analysis Laboratory, NASA Johnson Space Center. Have to post that, too, to use them. jeff posted:4/12/2011 7:36:09 AM (Reply)Also, I was told that many of the images only remain up there for 24 hours. LOL. So uh, might be something you should check daily.weyard posted:4/12/2011 3:53:53 PM (Reply) That's going to make it difficult to find the good ones then. If they see anything that might bring up some controversy you can guarantee it won't last more than one day. Yes, all images are (c) Image Science & Analysis Laboratory, NASA Johnson Space Center. I still don't see any edit button up there. I'd add that to the bottom of the first post if I could.weyard posted:4/13/2011 1:53:36 AM (Reply) I ran most of these images through an jpeg analysis tool. All of them come up as "edited. The one with the boomerang ufo gives these results.http://img585.imageshack.us/img585/7619/result1.pnghttp://img534.imageshack.us/img534/5656/result2r.pngFrom what I can tell from the information on the Jpegtool's site, these results indicate that the image could have been filmed with a Casio, Pentax, or Sigma brand camera. It could have been viewed or edited in any of the programs/tools listed below the cameras.It may have been opened/viewed/edited in any of the listed programs in the 2nd section of the screenshot. The common art programs GIMP and Paint.net are in the list. Lastly, we have an assessment made by the program. This program claims that the image has been processed/edited. All of the images from the nasa archive that I ran through this program yeilded similar results. What does it all mean? I don't know, but I think it's safe to assume that these are not raw or original images. Some editing has been done to these pictures. It could range from simply cropping the image, to bluring or covering up something that we weren't meant to see.Levinus posted:4/13/2011 6:17:57 AM (Reply)I didn't browse each and every picture, but the ones I did see were all very scientifically sound. Satellites (used for GPS and TV and Cell) are not put into outer space! They are still within the realm of our atmosphere. Granted, it is very thin, but its still ours. The streaks of light are very common! Any chunk of ice/rock that gets low enough to be level with our satellites will begin to be incinerated from friction. Look up at the night sky, I gurantee if you wait for an hour or so you'll see one happen. I'm guessing that satellites are programmed to photograph/report any anomoly out of self-preservation. They are fragile things, and being smashed by debris can cost many millions of dollars.Also, the discoloration is clearly the aurora. A daily event in the upper atmosphere. Its always there, always glowing, and can really mess with our technology. The aurora isn't always pretty blue ribbons like in disney movies. Sometimes its just a glow or a pulse.This one really caught my eye: http://img9.imageshack.us/img9/5636/efshighressts056sts0567.jpgI don't know what it is. It is clearly not a land mass. And, assuming it is at the highest conievable point for life, it is a huge object. I mean HUGE. Birds can only fly so far before they start asphixiating. Whatever that is looks to be over a mile across. And being a mile across (minimum), It shouldn't even be flying. There is nothing on this planet that large that can fly.Also, I don't know about the editing. I don't know how it works or why they would do it. Maybe for archiving reasons? Hiding lines of code in the picture itself so it can be better organized? Beats me. But I do know one thing. Governments love to crop and smear and fudge the details.weyard posted:4/13/2011 7:42:05 AM (Reply) I agree with you. The boomerang shaped thing is by far the most interesting thing we've found. There is no life that large or that high up (unless you believe in atmospheric beasts, but they should be transparent), and no plane would be that large or in that shape. The only option is that it is a ufo or they marked something out in black in that area. They need to explain this picture. Please log in or become a member to add a post.