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I really don't know how to say this but something is orbiting the SOHO Satellite.

Canadian Vandal's video on the Norway Spiral prompted me to check out the LASCO C3 for the dates in question and I found a huge object and it slowly moved across the screen in December 2009.  So, I increased the search parameters to like, November 2009 up to March of 2010 AD and there is absolutely no doubt that something is orbiting the SOHO.

At first I thought it might have been the ACE or WIND Satellites that also orbit the L1 point so I burned off a letter (below) to Dr. SOHO and asked him and he informs me that, even though these other satellites orbit the L1 point, they do not orbit the SOHO which, then, would never get a picture of them. 

But, if you go to the Time Animation for the LASCO C3 for those dates you will see that something is definately orbiting right around the SOHO.

The letter below preports to be from Dr. Bernhard Fleck of NASA and the IP checks out as the Chief Information Officer for NASA - in other words, this probably didn't originate with a spook and is, therefore, a true answer.

So, what the phok is orbiting the SOHO...


-- Edited by Theoferrum on Sunday 15th of August 2010 03:41:58 PM

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They are also in orbits around the L1 point, but in very different orbits.
They never cross SOHO's field of view towards the Sun, i.e. SOHO doesn't take
pictures of them.

Hope this helps.

Kind regards,

==================================================================
Dr. Bernhard Fleck
SOHO Project Scientist, European Space Agency
c/o NASA/GSFC Mailcode 671.1
Greenbelt, MD 20771, USA
bfleck@esa.nascom.nasa.gov
Tel: +1-301-286-4098
Fax: +1-301-286-0264
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> This question was submitted via Dr. SOHO (Dr. SOHO) on
>   Friday, August 13, 2010 at 14:52:37
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> Name: David T. Hill
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theoferrumii@yahoo.com
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> Question: Does either the ACE or the WIND orbit around the SOHO Satellite - in other words, does the SOHO get a picture of either one of these other Satellites from time to time?


-- Edited by Theoferrum on Sunday 15th of August 2010 03:39:30 PM

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