Planet X: INBOUND! Trends #5
By Jan 10, 2003, the Moons were recognized by Avis, due to light
intensity and size, as not being noise.
TREND #5: Moons rival existing stars on the comparison DSS, Avis
As the dozens Moons began being recognized as
Distinct Entities, increasingly Avis recognized as
other than noise, the dense tail splotches stopped
showing up in the images.
[Red] Trail or Tail of Moons and whatever following
drops down and to the right. Possible Moons are
130% over background for Red Table and 120% over
background for White Table.
There is so much clutter from Moon swirls and stuff, it
is difficult to say where it is. The Moon Swirl cloud is
spread out and become clouds. The amount of hits I
got with Avis in the main area of swirls (up/right of
coordinates) is quite significant. The Swirls have
reached the point of triggering light threshold
recognition which would indicate closer. Note: Dec 28
did not trigger Avis recognition in compact Moon
The illustration provided has all objects that have
triggered Avis recognition on each frame and on the
Sum. Red are Avis recognized. Where on Dec 13 the
objects were at pixel size, they are now of enough
intensity to trigger Avis recognition thresholds.
Since each frame is 1024*1024 pixels, and the field of
view is 23.6*23.6 Arcminutes, each pixel represents
3.8411458333333e-4 Degrees. ... Assuming that
Planet X at 3 SunPluto, ... From existing ZetaTalk:
"You can consider the Moons to be within 5 million
miles of Planet X, as the maximum distance they will
stray." Maximum Moons tail size at
3 SunPluto = 5e6 / 74617 = 67 Pixels
On my submission: Yellow - Avis Recognized only.
PX White - Avis Recognized. PX Red - Avis recognized.
Faint stars were taken from Sarah McIntyre DSS image
on her site. Most are not Avis recognized.
Many possible Moons. The circled Yellow are Avis
recognized only. I do see a few other objects standing
out that did not meet Avis light.