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Now from Janus a swirling mass of moving 'things'.

http://s3.amazonaws.com/ciclops_ir_2012/7135_17086_1.jpg
This image is from the top left quadrant and has had the brightness reduced.

There are lots of moving bodies flying about, and are going in different directions. What could all these be?

They are certainly not vibration of the spacecraft  and they are probably not dust specs swirling in the solar wind and being reflecting the light. However, NASA say there is lots of dust specs in space (particularly around the ISS!) so maybe it is swirling debris from the asteroid.

Personally, I think there are beings which live out there and we are seeing them doing their thing, whatever that is.

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Edited to insert images - Chandre



-- Edited by Chandre on Wednesday 30th of May 2012 11:26:16 AM

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I think this is enceladus, anyway here is the link

http://s3.amazonaws.com/ciclops_ir_2012/7123_17074_1.jpg
This image is from maybe an inch to inch-and-a-half up from the bottom and has had the brightness reduced.

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As you can see there is a long structure resembling the Great Wall of China, running west-east marked by the red arrows and a city kind of structure marked by the green arrows. The 'great wall' continues past the city.

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-- Edited by Chandre on Wednesday 30th of May 2012 11:27:08 AM

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what kind of serious thought are you looking for? I will be searching for serious anomalies, if thats what you mean... 



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Somewhat intesting images...

http://www.ciclops.org/index.php

Here is a recent links on new data regarding Enceladus, Janus and Dione:

http://www.ciclops.org/view_event/169/Enceladus_Janus_and_Dione_Rev_163_Raw_Preview

I will hold back on some of the image posting until everyone can obserse for themselves what we are provided with.  This is interesting and I would prefer to hear some serious thought. 



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This, to me, highlights that these bodies are VERY similar.  One is speckled in craters while the other lacks in the crater department.  The central peaks in the craters are characteristic of electrical discharge, as are the hexagonal shapes of the craters and the numerous oddly-curved, overlapping landforms, and I cannot tell from this distance if they are rilles or not.



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Is that the 'hexagon' anomaly right where the one moon is passing in front of the other and making them appear joined ?

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Yes, they look very much as if they are joined in the middle and they are almost exactly the same size too. I still cannot get over how there are never any background stars in these pictures - however much you increase the brightness in the imaging software. It almost looks as if it is a collage of pure black background and planetary bodies placed on it. Of course it is the time of exposure, isn't it...

The moon Dione, at the top in the image, is actually closer to the spacecraft here. However, because of the similar albedo, or reflectivity, of the two moons and because of the location of a particularly large crater near the south polar region of Dione, the moon appears blended seamlessly with Rhea.

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How cool is this Cassini photo?


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http://www.ciclops.org/view/6482/Conjoined_Moons?js=1

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