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Object of Interest As Seen From the Turrialba Volcano Update #1
Call for Irazú Volcano Observers
In this update we are making a public appeal to the people of Costa Rica and tourists bound for for those parts to help our effort my making a daytime excursion to the Irazú Volcano.
It is possible that by viewing the pre-sunset hours of 3PM to 5:30PM towards the West, Bluebonnet may be visible. The object we've been tracking with the Turrialba Volcan feed.
Irazú and Turrialba are both in the same region of the country and at 11,260 ft, Irazú is actually a few hundred feet higher than Turrialba. More importantly, it is open to the public.
Local tour companies offer tour packages for $30 to $70 per person and there are backpacking trails. It is accessible by car and transportation by buses and taxis is also available.
Object of Interest As Seen
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This is an excellent image capture sent in by supporter Eric W. It shows that the object is clearly well above the ecliptic, so this is not Venus, Mercury or the moon.
Please note, from Volcan's point of view, South is left of the Sun and North is right.
A common assessment of debunkers, is that this object of interest is a reflection because of one reason or another.
This analysis shows that the object generates its own light. So how does a reflection do that? While we get pompous lectures about physics, nobody has dared to answer this question.
Any still image can be easily debunked, but not so with motion studies. An excellent study was created by a blogger and I marked it up to show that this object moves like a natural object.
Folks, it really doesn't hit home until you watch the feed continuously for a few hours like we do. So give it try and hope for good weather.
This image was taken from a blog page posted by Soarele Geaman. It is simply superb work!
While detailed differences are difficult with the available imagery, we can trend things over time. We're starting to see a possible trend that indicates this could be headed our way.
Around the middle of this month, it appears this object reached the end of it's inbound leg and is now on the outbound leg of it's orbit around the sun, which means we should see it arcing over the sun towards it's point of perihelion (it's closest distance to the sun.)
Ergo, it is moving from behind the sun to over it and then to our side, so if this early hypothesis plays out, we could see it get brighter and larger in the coming months.
One reader asked me to comment on the current rash of comets, meteors and asteroids.
I find it most interesting that NASA was so busy talking about the 2012 DA14 flyby non-event, that they totally missed the Russian meteor, it was the biggest in over a century and NASA with all it's resources was completely blind sided. Maybe the Sequester isn't such a bad thing after all?
Seriously and more to home, I took note of this most recent sighting in on a page titled Meteor Spotted Over Bay Area Fireball Streaks Across Northern California Sky – February 21 2013.
Bottom line. If you have something big coming through the system, don't be surprised to hear something like "say hello to my little friends." Heads up and eyes open folks. If we see this trend continue or worse yet accelerate, it's time to re-read the Plagues of Exodus.
Personally, this project is about as much fun as watching the movie Melancholia. Remember that scene where they're using the wire frame looking device?
I'm tired of this itch I cannot scratch so hey there Costa Ricans and Costa Rica adventurers, we're hoping one or more of you comes crashing through with a serious observation attempt at Irazu.
Look at it this way. Either you'll have a good laugh at the expense of some crazy Americans (and we'll be laughing with you) or you may see something that changes your life. Either way, it will be an adventure.
The best viewing time is between 15:30 and 17:30 CST, weather permitting. Also note, the volcano is active and venting.