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John Lenard Walson's Craft in Space Are we being watched?

Visit my journals here:- http://hgn53k.blogspot.com/2008_10_11_archive.html For more videos of these amazing craft join John Lenard Walson here:- http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100000691227459 RESPECT COPYRIGHT JLW IS VERY PROTECTIVE WITH HIS COPYRIGHT! I have full permission to post this for John to welcome him back to YouTube! Sent: Thu 1/18/07 3:37 AM To: john lenard (santamonicajohn@hotmail.com) Hello again, and again my congratulations on your superb astrophotography You are clearly getting some images at almost the diffraction limit of your telescope. In the very sharpest images there are hints of diffraction rings visible on the edges of the satellites. That is of course the absolute limit of optical performance, and is only rarely attained. You might also be interested in a journal produced by the MIT Lincoln Laboratory - which is the group which has built some of the things you are seeing. Much of what they do is what used to be the Star wars project, which no doubt involves some of your objects. They don't talk about the military satellites, of course, but there are many dicussions of earth surveillance, and related issues. It is distributed only to academic organisations, so you may need to get your local library to borrow it, but you may be able to get this (for free) from Subscription Coordinator Room L-054 Lincoln Laboratory MIT 244 Wood Street Lexington MA 0240-9185 USA best regards Professor of Experimental Astronomy From(henry.kline@jpl.nasa.gov) Sent:Sat 2/21/09 5:32 PM(santamonicajohn@hotmail.com) Holy cow! You have DONE it!!!! That resolution is amazing! I don't have enough good stuff to say about the space object. From:Kline, Henry (henry.kline@jpl.nasa.gov) Sent:Mon 1/12/09 10:30 AM To: john lenard (santamonicajohn@hotmail.com) Hi. Its going to be a while before I can look at anything. We are getting ready for a live show this Thursday. --Me Henry Kline Senior Producer Jet Propulsion Laboratory (818) 393-2336 RE: IMPORTANT

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Project Moon - John Lenard Walson

Visit my journals here:- http://hgn53k.blogspot.com/2008_10_11_archive.html For more videos of these amazing craft join John Lenard Walson here:- http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100000691227459 RESPECT COPYRIGHT JLW IS VERY PROTECTIVE WITH HIS COPYRIGHT! I have full permission to post this for John to welcome him back to YouTube! Regards Andy Sent: Thu 1/18/07 3:37 AM To: john lenard (santamonicajohn@hotmail.com) Hello again, and again my congratulations on your superb astrophotography You are clearly getting some images at almost the diffraction limit of your telescope. In the very sharpest images there are hints of diffraction rings visible on the edges of the satellites. That is of course the absolute limit of optical performance, and is only rarely attained. You might also be interested in a journal produced by the MIT Lincoln Laboratory - which is the group which has built some of the things you are seeing. Much of what they do is what used to be the Star wars project, which no doubt involves some of your objects. They don't talk about the military satellites, of course, but there are many dicussions of earth surveillance, and related issues. It is distributed only to academic organisations, so you may need to get your local library to borrow it, but you may be able to get this (for free) from Subscription Coordinator Room L-054 Lincoln Laboratory MIT 244 Wood Street Lexington MA 0240-9185 USA best regards Professor of Experimental Astronomy From(henry.kline@jpl.nasa.gov) Sent:Sat 2/21/09 5:32 PM(santamonicajohn@hotmail.com) Holy cow! You have DONE it!!!! That resolution is amazing! I don't have enough good stuff to say about the space object. From:Kline, Henry (henry.kline@jpl.nasa.gov) Sent:Mon 1/12/09 10:30 AM To: john lenard (santamonicajohn@hotmail.com) Hi. Its going to be a while before I can look at anything. We are getting ready for a live show this Thursday. --Me Henry Kline Senior Producer Jet Propulsion Laboratory (818) 393-2336 RE: IMPORTANT

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John Lenard Walson's Crafts in space (Lonesome George?)

Visit my journals here:- http://hgn53k.blogspot.com/2008_10_11_archive.html For more videos of these amazing craft join John Lenard Walson here:- http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100000691227459 RESPECT COPYRIGHT JLW IS VERY PROTECTIVE WITH HIS COPYRIGHT! I have full permission to post this for John to welcome him back to YouTube! http://www.stargate-chronicles.com/case_lonesome_george.html Regards Andy Sent: Thu 1/18/07 3:37 AM To: john lenard (santamonicajohn@hotmail.com) Hello again, and again my congratulations on your superb astrophotography You are clearly getting some images at almost the diffraction limit of your telescope. In the very sharpest images there are hints of diffraction rings visible on the edges of the satellites. That is of course the absolute limit of optical performance, and is only rarely attained. You might also be interested in a journal produced by the MIT Lincoln Laboratory - which is the group which has built some of the things you are seeing. Much of what they do is what used to be the Star wars project, which no doubt involves some of your objects. They don't talk about the military satellites, of course, but there are many dicussions of earth surveillance, and related issues. It is distributed only to academic organisations, so you may need to get your local library to borrow it, but you may be able to get this (for free) from Subscription Coordinator Room L-054 Lincoln Laboratory MIT 244 Wood Street Lexington MA 0240-9185 USA best regards Professor of Experimental Astronomy From(henry.kline@jpl.nasa.gov) Sent:Sat 2/21/09 5:32 PM(santamonicajohn@hotmail.com) Holy cow! You have DONE it!!!! That resolution is amazing! I don't have enough good stuff to say about the space object. From:Kline, Henry (henry.kline@jpl.nasa.gov) Sent:Mon 1/12/09 10:30 AM To: john lenard (santamonicajohn@hotmail.com) Hi. Its going to be a while before I can look at anything. We are getting ready for a live show this Thursday. --Me Henry Kline Senior Producer Jet Propulsion Laboratory (818) 393-2336 RE: IMPORTANT

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UFOs Are aliens watching Earth John Lenard Walson's Craft.

Visit my journals here:- http://hgn53k.blogspot.com/2008_10_11_archive.html http://www.stargate-chronicles.com/case_lonesome_george.html Regards Andy

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Unknown craft filmed by John Lenard Walson - Known Craft too!

Visit my journals here:- http://hgn53k.blogspot.com/2008_10_11_archive.html For more videos of these amazing craft join John Lenard Walson here:- http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100000691227459 RESPECT COPYRIGHT JLW IS VERY PROTECTIVE WITH HIS COPYRIGHT! I have full permission to post this for John to welcome him back to YouTube! Sent: Thu 1/18/07 3:37 AM To: john lenard (santamonicajohn@hotmail.com) Hello again, and again my congratulations on your superb astrophotography You are clearly getting some images at almost the diffraction limit of your telescope. In the very sharpest images there are hints of diffraction rings visible on the edges of the satellites. That is of course the absolute limit of optical performance, and is only rarely attained. You might also be interested in a journal produced by the MIT Lincoln Laboratory - which is the group which has built some of the things you are seeing. Much of what they do is what used to be the Star wars project, which no doubt involves some of your objects. They don't talk about the military satellites, of course, but there are many dicussions of earth surveillance, and related issues. It is distributed only to academic organisations, so you may need to get your local library to borrow it, but you may be able to get this (for free) from Subscription Coordinator Room L-054 Lincoln Laboratory MIT 244 Wood Street Lexington MA 0240-9185 USA best regards Professor of Experimental Astronomy From(henry.kline@jpl.nasa.gov) Sent:Sat 2/21/09 5:32 PM(santamonicajohn@hotmail.com) Holy cow! You have DONE it!!!! That resolution is amazing! I don't have enough good stuff to say about the space object. From:Kline, Henry (henry.kline@jpl.nasa.gov) Sent:Mon 1/12/09 10:30 AM To: john lenard (santamonicajohn@hotmail.com) Hi. Its going to be a while before I can look at anything. We are getting ready for a live show this Thursday. --Me Henry Kline Senior Producer Jet Propulsion Laboratory (818) 393-2336 RE: IMPORTANT

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Project Moon - John Lenard Walson

Visit my journals here:- http://hgn53k.blogspot.com/2008_10_11_archive.html For more videos of these amazing craft join John Lenard Walson here:- http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100000691227459 RESPECT COPYRIGHT JLW IS VERY PROTECTIVE WITH HIS COPYRIGHT! I have full permission to post this for John to welcome him back to YouTube! Sent: Thu 1/18/07 3:37 AM To: john lenard (santamonicajohn@hotmail.com) Hello again, and again my congratulations on your superb astrophotography You are clearly getting some images at almost the diffraction limit of your telescope. In the very sharpest images there are hints of diffraction rings visible on the edges of the satellites. That is of course the absolute limit of optical performance, and is only rarely attained. You might also be interested in a journal produced by the MIT Lincoln Laboratory - which is the group which has built some of the things you are seeing. Much of what they do is what used to be the Star wars project, which no doubt involves some of your objects. They don't talk about the military satellites, of course, but there are many dicussions of earth surveillance, and related issues. It is distributed only to academic organisations, so you may need to get your local library to borrow it, but you may be able to get this (for free) from Subscription Coordinator Room L-054 Lincoln Laboratory MIT 244 Wood Street Lexington MA 0240-9185 USA best regards Professor of Experimental Astronomy From(henry.kline@jpl.nasa.gov) Sent:Sat 2/21/09 5:32 PM(santamonicajohn@hotmail.com) Holy cow! You have DONE it!!!! That resolution is amazing! I don't have enough good stuff to say about the space object. From:Kline, Henry (henry.kline@jpl.nasa.gov) Sent:Mon 1/12/09 10:30 AM To: john lenard (santamonicajohn@hotmail.com) Hi. Its going to be a while before I can look at anything. We are getting ready for a live show this Thursday. --Me Henry Kline Senior Producer Jet Propulsion Laboratory (818) 393-2336 RE: IMPORTANT

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Rebirth Of The Hubble Space Telescope

Hubblecast 30: The Hubble Space Telescope - Rebirth of an icon. --- Subscribe to Science & Reason: • http://www.YouTube.com/Best0fScience • http://www.YouTube.com/SagansCosmos • http://www.YouTube.com/FFreeThinker --- After more than three months of calibration and testing, the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope is re-opening its rejuvenated eyes to begin probing the Universe once again. Dr. J reveals the stunning new images and the fascinating science behind them. --- Credit: • ESA/Hubble (M. Kornmesser, Colleen Sharkey & Lars Lindberg Christensen) • Visual Design & Editing: Martin Kornmesser • Animations: Martin Kornmesser & Greg Bacon (STScI) • Web Technical Support: Lars Holm Nielsen, Raquel Yumi Shida • Written by: Colleen Sharkey & Ivana Horvat • Host: Dr. J (Joe Liske) • Narration: Gaitee Hussain • Cinematography: Peter Rixner • Script: Lars Lindberg Christensen, Will Gater • Music: movetwo & John Dyson from the CD Darklight • STS-125 Footage: NASA • Executive Producer: Lars Lindberg Christensen • Directed by: Colleen Sharkey • Acknowledgement: Ray Villard, Cheryl Gundy, Lisa Frattare, Zolt Levay and Donna Weaver Dr. J is a German astronomer at the ESO. His scientific interests are in cosmology, particularly on galaxy evolution and quasars. Dr. J's real name is Joe Liske and he has a PhD in astronomy. Hubble European Space Agency Information Centre Garching/Munich, Germany • http://www.eso.org • http://www.spacetelescope.org • http://hubblesite.org .

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Hubble Space Telescope Directly Observes Exoplanet,good

Beautiful orrery(solar system model) avaiable in : http://www.orrerystore.com/orrery_sale1.html .Science & Reason on Facebook: http://tinyurl.com/ScienceReasonHubblecast 22: Hubble Space Telescope Directly Observes Exoplanet Orbiting Fomalhaut.The NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope has discovered an extrasolar planet, for the first time using direct visible-light imaging. The strange world is far-flung from its parent star, is surrounded by a colossal belt of gas and dust, and may even have rings more impressive than Saturn's.---Subscribe to Science & Reason:• http://www.YouTube.com/Best0fScience• http://www.YouTube.com/ScienceMagazine• http://www.YouTube.com/ScienceTV• http://www.YouTube.com/FFreeThinker---Credit:- ESA/Hubble (M. Kornmesser & L. L. Christensen)- Visual design & Editing: Martin Kornmesser- Animations: Martin Kornmesser & Luis Calçada- Web Hosting: Leibniz-Rechenzentrum (LRZ)- Web Technical Support: Lars Holm Nielsen & Raquel Yumi Shida- Written by: Lee Pullen & Lars Lindberg Christensen- Host: Dr. J- Narration: Bob Fosbury- Cinematography: Peter Rixner- Music: movetwo- Footage and photos: A. Fujii, Digitized Sky Survey 2, NASA, ESA, and P. Kalas (University of California, Berkeley). Acknowledgment: Davide De Martin (ESA/Hubble)- Directed by: Lars Lindberg ChristensenDr. J is a German astronomer at the ESO. His scientific interests are in cosmology, particularly on galaxy evolution and quasars. Dr. J's real name is Joe Liske and he has a PhD in astronomy.Hubble European Space Agency Information CentreGarching/Munich, Germany• http://www.eso.org• http://www.spacetelescope.org• http://hubblesite.org.

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