Infrared Solar Systems

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Boris Fx BCC 11

Nikon DSLR Autodesk 3dsmaxLunt Solar Systems


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

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".

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!

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).

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


Map# 3


Map #4

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

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