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  1. Caterpillar like companion galaxy behind M87 and the Galactic Center Chandra/Puttenham/Puttenham Overlay First is Chandra X-ray Second Putenham observation date time 7/5/212 16:32 CST Third Puttenham observation date time 7/8/2012 07:44 CST The two Puttenham photos were obtained with different antennas I assume I'm picking up visual to radio signal maybe more.
  2. I'm in the patent process right now so I can't give too many details. I can say that if you are interested in owning one I will be donating several to astronomers so they can personally begin cataloging their findings. All I would ask in return would be to post some of your data and photos online like here at StarGazersLounge. This is all of course IF the patent makes it through all the hurdles. All patents are rejected at first for no real reason in particular. But with academic support and support from other astronomers it might just make it. Thanks much for your interest
  3. For reference I've included the comparison photos with the overlays. As far as what part of the spectrum I'm receiving that's what academic research will determine. If it's the same object then the main features will fit like a jig-saw puzzle and provide more detail which they definitely seem to do. Here is a bigger picture of the Galactic Center. I'm not taking existing NASA photos and doctoring them. There are no known photos of this that I can find. The object to the right is the Sagittarius Dwarf Galaxy it is embedded in the galactic disc and being eaten. The C shape on the right is part of the Milky Ways galactic arm being illuminated by the object beside it. Probable candidate is the Canis Major Dwarf Galaxy. The Galactic arms are somewhat visible coming out of the lower bubbles. There is a blob on Chandras photos on the right side where the disc is thicker. These galactic bubbles are fairly recent discoveries by NASA. The blue swept back object to the top is our X-ray bubble being swept around as our galaxy rotates Iv'e included some of the more recent galactic maps for reference.
  4. Few overlay composites of the galactic center and Milky Way black hole. The black hole area or SagA* is the bright white chill pepper shape not far from the bottome Opinions would be great. First is NASA/Chandra Second is from my telescope/antenna Remainder are composite Thanks
  5. Thanks sorry for two posts In my previous post i mentioned presenting data to academia. That will be after a confidentiality agreement is signed. If your'e a scientist and willing so sign an agreement and my attorney agrees then sure let's talk.
  6. Opinions greatly appreciated. Photo Composites overlays of NASA and my experimental telescope. First photo is NASA's Second is from my telescope/antenna The rest are Composite overlays
  7. Yes thanks Chandra is X-ray but I was combining the two to make a composite image. The new features in my picture and how they fit into Chandra's voids and bright areas is more what I'm looking at. Similar to how NASA combines Hubble/Spitzer/Chandra etc. Gives a different view to a target often with more depth and detail.
  8. Hello, I would really appreciate as many opinions as possible. First two photos are from NASA/Chandra Third photo is from my 'Experimental Telescope' - during daylight observation Last two are overlays of my photo and Chandra/NASA's for comparison Please feel free to be honest no mater how critical. I'm presenting the telescope and data to academia for technical analysis soon. So just trying to pick the best examples for an introduction/presentation.
  9. Thanks everyone for input. And no I don't work at Chandra that'd be nice though. These photos are from a project Iv'e been working on. And yeah the images match up beautifully in overlays, when scaled to right size. I don't know but pretty sure X-ray is Blue, etc. in my photos. Anyway if anyone's curious to take a closer look here's the video link Interesting possible obscuring torus close-ups of what Chandra estimates to be the black hole area. https://www.youtube.com/user/MrRadioLaser/videos?view=0
  10. Might get distracted for a while but the passion never fades.
  11. A few photos I took of M87 from last Summer. Opinions would be great. The Galaxy looks cut in half. Iv'e read about this dark zone but couldn't find any pics of it. Is the possible Green companion galaxy in the background in-falling toward M87 causing the dark truncation?Or did it pass through already, stealing stars and leaving dust trail ? Anyone have any pics of M87 with this 'dark zone'? (Blue- X-ray, Purple- Gamma, Bright White spot next to the Torus- Black Hole area, Red Infra-red, Green-Hydrogen. Not positive on the color coding.)
  12. Thanks for the feedback from everyone here at the forum. Retained legal counsel from a US Patent and Trademark Office attorney concerning the innovative imaging system currently in operation at the Puttenham Private Observatory. The strong interest in this project and multiple questions concerning technical details has led to the decision to patent. The long term vision is that alternative imaging systems utilizing quantum level light manipulation techniques should be affordable enough for the average consumer. This is a new era in astronomy and continued breakthroughs in advanced imaging techniques are leading the forefront of the quantum astronomy movement. Thanks again for the continued interest in our project, Mike Another Possible Black Hole
  13. I had one from Barringer Crater/Arizona shaped like a small BBQ Briquette. Bit Ironic everything got BBQ'ued the day that hit. The ejecta-ridge there is still over 100 feet tall. The ranger station at the bottom of the crater looks about the size of a match head From what I understand also Iron meteorites can't be scratched easily and they don't have holes in them. Also get some nitric acid. A concentration that will show Nickel content. Nickel and lead are the 1/2 life of Uranium I think. Anyway the presence of Nickel mixed in iron, the scratch test, and lack of holes are good clues you have a real space rock. Nitric acid nickel test is the #1 main identifier on iron rocks.
  14. "Dark Matter= Protid Clouds -Seeds of Life?' Dark Field Microscopy...The Protid. Could there be a relationship between 'protids' or 'somatids' and Dark Matter? Protids turn into almost anything...even life. They are the little tiny vibrating specks inside every cell 'called cellular debris by lab techs.' They are in every living thing including non-living things. Found in 30,000 year old limestone protids/somatids are alive yet not alive. When put in a nutrient solution they form living organisms. Egyptian mummies are composed almost exclusively of Protid 'dust.' When put in sugar water the mummy protids grew yeast, bacteria, etc. With the right nutrients and other inputs they can grow into red blood cells. Just a thought...
  15. If you rig a couple car batteries to a few 'U' iron pieces and place in a pull behind box that sifts gravel as you drive down gravel roads (or in the desert) you will find many iron tektites and meteorites as described by: Harvey H. Nininger in his book "Find A Falling Star" and his other books There are diagrams to build this 'meteorite catching box' online He is considered the greatest meteorite hunter in the world.
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