Infrared Solar Systems

This data is built on AVID DNxHD 200 workflow. Ultra HD Video standards

Avid Media Composer 6.5

AVID Media Composer 2019 64 Bit Digital Editing

BORIS FX

Boris Fx Continuum 2019

Nikon DSLR Autodesk 3dsmaxLunt Solar Systems

Dr. Wilbur G. Allen, PhD (Advanced Imaging Systems: Hyperhubble)

FIR_1074C

Looking at our Primary Star, the Sun, through Lunt Solar Systems Solar lens technology. I am not sure what to

expect looking @ the Sun in Infrared. My solar needs require a substantially different level of filtration, that only

Double Stacking can achieve. The additional LS80THa/PT/DSII will give me the level of detail I am requiring for my

Solar explorations. I am running 4 systems. The solar application (Windows 10) allows 4K 60 fps motion picture

files @ 1/8000th of a second. My target anomaly, is that which I'm capturing Hyperstar, and that which was

documented by the US Nay Solar Observatory

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Enlarged sample showing surface spots* (This Solar technology IR, is not perfected). This data is built upon 3

run time sessions of this dual filtered solar technology. It is not easy to use. Nikon D4/D5 FSIR

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01-13-2021 USN

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01-13-2021 USN enh.

8-15-2016 UFO Cylinder 2 Green Beam SM WARP SMD Analysis

8-15-2016 UFO Cylinder 2 Green Beam SM WARP SMD Analysis. (Note: This is an exact match to 8-14-2015)

10-07-2020 UFO Cigar Band of Light Portal Entry Hyperstar 470nm IR LRGBYCM Tracker Analysis 2

10-07-2020 UFO Cigar Band of Light Portal Entry Hyperstar 470nm IR LRGBYCM Tracker Analysis 2

US Navy Video frame

US Navy Solar Observatory video sample. This anomaly is on Earth, and has been documented in Washington DC,

Virginia, Louisiana, Indiana, AREA 51 Nevada, Sedona Arizona (AREA 51 #2), and the Arctic Circle while filming A&E

History's "Missing in Alaska".

USN Sun with Band of Light Yellow

US Navy Solar Observatory

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What exactly did the US Navy image here? This anomaly has established presence on Earth.

Solar Band of Light imaged by the Sun_000181

US Navy Solar Observatory image sample. The Red anomaly mentioned in Grumman's report is this object with a red energy field*.

The purpose of this page is to analyze the evidence as presented by my imaging systems and other sources of evidence such

as the NASA Solar Observatory image above. My image frame samples are from video (4K). This study is a comparative forensic

examination based on empirical evidence HD.

NASA Band of Light with transients Venus 2

NASA probe captures this image sample around the planet Venus. Are the Band of Light anomalies from this planet?

Anomalies around the Sun

Those red dots are anomalous objects which the D4 FSIR camera (ISO 204800) detected @ ISO 51200 (H1). File

showed numerous anomalies, most of which are 1 through 2 stops Brighter than the Sun itself?

Solar anomalies

What can withstand the intense heat and radiation generated by this Star which heats our planet?

Solar anomalies Roadmap

While the yellow dots are anomalies imaged around the Sun using D4 Nikon on Lunt Solar lens, the application

was upgraded to D5 FSIR and D5 Stock cameras on the LSL (Lunt Solar Lens).

Something Huge Appears Next To the Sun Helioviewer Error

Something Huge Appears Next To the Sun Helioviewer Error

10-29-2018 Red UFO Band of Light Close Flyby Hyperstar 470nm IR RGBK Analysis

10-29-2018 Red UFO Band of Light Close Flyby Hyperstar 470nm IR RGBK Analysis

D5 FSIR Solar surface sample upgrade

The D5 FSIR camera is a bit more extreme in sensitivity and colors. Detected within this sample were luminous star

like objects which hold 100% stationary positioning.

A closer look @ the objects near our Sun

They're pyramidal and cubic within this sample. Note they're luminous qualities match the surface of the Sun's

brightest definitions.

Solar anomalies map #2

The dots are objects detected by D5 FSIR in Solar application.

Map #2

Map#2 and there are less anomalies detected, however; these things are known to phase out of our realm of

visibility.

Map# 3

Map#3

Map #4

Map #4, and each has objects that match 100%, and objects that do not match, which indicates they're moving.

An animation was generated with these files*

2019 FIR 1090 Solar Test Infrared IR 656

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FIR_1074C Solar surface

Lunt Solar Systems.

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Enlarged sample showing surface spots*. Because there are no references of our Sun in this particular technology

most of what is shown is unknown, relative to our Sun and FSIR 4K technology applied to Dual stacked Solar lens

OTA's. (550nm IR 4K)

Solar Atmosphere

My systems detected a Solar Atmosphere around our Sun. Note the array of uniform surface dots.

Solar atmosphere full perspective

Solar atmosphere full perspective. Filming in 4K FSIR, filtered using pressure sensitive IR 550nm filters, dual stacked, we're

looking at our Sun in a manner unlike any before.

FIR_1081B23 sol

Looking @ the Sun in color gradients based on an Infrared scan. Each variation in color shows distinctively different visual

characteristics. In this Blue sample, are areas of Red around the perimeter of the Sun, however not on its surface..............

FIR_1081B23 sol B

The faint yellow gradient field in this sample is determined to be atmospheric. Its faint extrusion perhaps a radiant byproduct of the

Sun's cold fusion reaction.

Solar surface RBCMY perspectives

Solar surface RBCMY perspectives, this magenta perspective defines the atmospheric confines of our Suns atmosphere.

Solar surface Yellow perspective

Solar surface RBCMY perspectives, this yellow perspective defines the surface dots associated with this image.

FIR_1077 monochrome CS surface B

Filmed 1/8000th of a second using 60fps, my systems recorded cold fusion associated with this star. Even in this sample, an

atmosphere is apparent, and visually detectable.

Solar surface FIR 1077 monochrome CS

Enhanced samples of this file detected surface anomalies, as well as an obvious atmosphere

Solar surface FIR 1077 monochrome CS 2

I look at this star using various exposure levels. Under the conditions, 97+ degrees, it was difficult seeing the Sun on my computer

monitor. From the specifics of these files, my technical data for motion picture (4K) can easily be replicated based on system image

metadata. Because there are no reference files to base a comparative upon, I am technically writing the book with these materials.

Because of the technology, there is much more in formation in metadata, than meets the eye.

D5I_6146 Yellow Sol ENH sol

The spiral effect may be a cold fusion pulse on the Solar surface of our Sun.

Solar Surface Nuclear Reaction Analysis FSIR 2

Solar Surface Nuclear Reaction Analysis FSIR 2. Infrared video footage showing surface energy reactions on the

surface of our Sun. The patterns of heat generated from this Star are unbelievable!

7-26-2019 Solar Unknown Object Leaving the Surface of the Sun Enhanced Analysis

7-26-2019 Solar Unknown Cube Object (ejected) leaving the Surface of the Sun Enhanced Analysis

7-26-2019 Solar Unknown Object 2 on Solar Surface RGBCMY Analysis

4.5 minutes later, a pyramidal shaped object appears and then vanishes from the Sun's surface.

7-26-2019 Solar Unknown Object 2 on Solar Surface RGBCMY Analysis

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Is this what exited he Sun in my clip?

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My methods of data collection are 4K/5K systems. D5 Nikon (stock), 646.25nm OTA dual filtration. I have no reference materials

in which to draw upon. Because I am filming this Star, as a standard, I film 60fps using 1/8000th of a second shutter speed.

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In the sample, I detected luminous anomalies near the Sun

D5F_5469 Surface detail

Looking at our Sun in IR Color Gradients.

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Each frame is different and equally extraordinary, however, each has specific anomalies that did not move or change position.

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Each sample spectacular, however, un referenced. There are no comparatives in which to base my samples. More extensive

research must be applied to this study. This system has 25 operational hours*.

D5F_5473CS Layer SOL B

The atmosphere around the Sun, in yellow and orange gradients

D5F_5521 Surface Enh SOL B

I am uncertain if I have detected some sort of land masses in this sample? Consider, we're looking at Cold Fusion in Infrared. The

technology has never been applied to Solar applications. Note the white dot, mid lower right of image. This anomaly has more

luminous intensity, than the Sun it is directly beside.

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There is no data associated with this technology, or this technology applied to Solar applications. Without references, it is difficult

to assess what's captured. Without references, I am basically writing the book based on these FSIR image samples. Note the areas

around the perimeter of the Sun, represented as bright Yellow. These are obvious color temperature differences, unknown is why

these regions are higher in contrast?

NASA image looking from inside the Suns atmosphere

NASA image looking from within the Suns atmosphere

Lunar Surface

12-01-2017 The Moon (IR)

12-01-2017 The Moon (IR) Infrared scan of the lunar surface in FSIR using 1/8000th of a second shutter speed. Photographing

the Moon is a bit like photographing the Sun. Its overall luminescent qualities are different due to its magnitude. However, trying to

image the Moon @ High ISO, is impossible. An IR light signature would be apparent, however we're looking at the Moon reflected

by Sunlight. It is essentially a bright ball (in gray tones). This is an High definition motion picture IR sample.

otherworlds

This is excellent data from an associate in France/Ce sont d'excellentes données d'un associé en France: Patrick Delsaut.

otherworlds

This is excellent data from an associate in France/Ce sont d'excellentes données d'un associé en France: Patrick Delsaut.

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Full Spectrum Infrared imagery of the Moon, using hyper sensitive imaging technology.

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Full Spectrum Infrared sampling of the Moon (Lunar Surface) from a 1200 mm perspective, using 1/8000th of a second shutter

suggests a radical IR light sources are present on the Lunar surface.

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Why is the Lunar surface a different color at the southern pole?

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The data suggests there is a limited atmosphere on the Moon.

Southern Lunar surface

The Lunar surface is not uniform. The IR scan shows differences in temperatures

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It is unknown why this condition exists on the Lunar surface (Southern Hemisphere).

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The Infrared analysis reveals startling details associated with the Lunar Surface.

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The variability associated with Full Spectrum Infrared, is most extraordinary when applied to the Lunar Surface.

In this example, a rather large light source is apparent on the surface.

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This one (area) spot is totally white, suggests IR light or reflective surface sources are in use. (This could be water*)

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The level of luminosity is off the charts in this crater. I will be taking a closer look in the near future, at 4000 mm.

1-20-2018 Infrared Scan Unlighted Region of the Moon

1-20-2018 Infrared Scan Unlighted Region of the Moon

5-24-2018 Lunar Surface H IR Analysis

5-24-2018 Lunar Surface H IR Analysis (Hybrid) IR ISO 64000. Using HD optics and U-HD 4K recording technology, I have finally

achieved High Definition Lunar Surface Scan technology @ ISO 4 Million.

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Ultra HD 4K Variable Color Infrared scans

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Ultra HD Lunar surface scan @ 2800 mm. I can double the magnification to 5600 mm on next opportunity (inclement weather).

H-FSIR D5 using ISO 64000. I'm filming @ 1/8000th of a second shutter speed. If anything should flyby, I will have it in freeze

action as long as it (forward velocity) does not exceed the shutter speed 1/8000th of a second. Celestron EdgeHD 1100 with

Hyperstar.

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We will be resuming Lunar scanning during the next much fuller (Full) Moon (TBA).

Lunar Surface Hyper Color IR

Lunar Surface Hyper Color IR