2011 Video Compilation, Amateur Astronomer John Lenard Walson, Deep Space UFOs

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      • CK Hunter

        My reply to “Crown:” Since you know this, can you share more about how you know this? And I did not appreciate being attacked for posting the video. Why not put your money where your big mouth is and explain to my readers how you know what these things are, and then prove it for us? that would go alot further for your credibility than to attack me for posting the videos. I deeply appreciate John Leland Walson’s work and will continue to post it. He is a gifted astronomer and he has located something. The big question is “what?” I deleted your attack comments. They did not make logical sense. i posted the relevant statement from you. Now back it up please.

        Chase

  1. Doc

    I don’t understand but NONE of the Videos on this ENTIRE site work? They are all blacked out?????????

    • CK Hunter

      I
      m going to have a look. They were working two days ago. I’ll post an update. You are aware that YT is censoring many UFO and other videos now, correct? I always encourage readers to download those of historic significance to their hard drives. There is an active campaign going on online to suppress videos that out truths they don’t want known. I’ll check and post back an update.

      Chase

  2. Gabriel Corban

    The truth about John Lenard Walson’s videos or SPACE MACHINE VIDEOS – NO MISTERY !!!

    Mr. John Walson Lenard is a common person who realized what can be done having all necessary for “beating” worst atmospheric conditions which are necessary to see the Moon as much close-up or
    to focus an unknown object which is satteliting the Earth, is stationary above the Moon, etc.
    I’ll explain here what’s necessary for this “goal” :

    1) USING A CAMERA WITH A HIGHT LIGHT SENSITIVNESS .
    The best sensitive sensors in the World are the Sony type. I am using a camera having a 10**(-12) Lux as light sensitivity, but still isn’t much enough. Why is necessary so high sensitivity ???
    When we add to our telescope barlow, eye-pieces or extension tubes, we can zoom up a lot, really insane but sacrifying this way the light, which will disastrously be “eaten” by lens ( refraction, difraction) .
    Normally, the eye will see almost a dark Moon ( taken the Moon as an example) .
    But an extremely sensitive camera will successfull save this troble.
    Sure – IT’S NOT ENOUGH !!! because the image will be withened a lot with bad sharp for details.
    Then, MUST HAVE a SECOND CONDITION – NEXT
    2) CHOOSING A CAMERA WITH A HUGE NUMBER OF FRAMES PER SECOND ( huge shutter speed) .
    This quality allow increassing the CONTRAST and SHARPNESS, starting from a pretty bad image
    Realized after condition nr. 1 (above) . If a camera will alllow a huge FPS without having a very high light sensitivity chip ( senso) , then the images will be very darkened just because of a very short exposure time. Simple !
    3) CHOOSING THE RIGHT FILTERS FOR INCREASSING THE CONTRASTS DESPITE OF LOCAL LIGHT POLLUTION OR MOON LIGHT.

    4) BEING ASSISTED IN TRACKING THE OBJECT WHILE HE’S SETTING THE CAMERA’S PARAMETERS (FOR THE MOON, HE’S ADJUSTING UPON THE LOCAL MOON AREA DURRING THE SWEEP).

    So, 1) without 2) and 2) without 1) will give NOTHING. 

    For shutting the Moon, here I used a pretty sensitive camera ( 10 **(-12) Lux) but having till 25 FPS and using a CPC 800 telescope (8”):

    You can see, even I forced the light, details aren’t so much revealed, because I am shutting with only 25 FPS.

    Let’s now come back to Mr. John Walson Lenard.
    He used a very sensitive and fast camera, dedicated to Scientific Experiments, extremelly expensive but being an old model even few 2-3 years, named even “F-A-S-T”. 🙂
    Here at this link, you may see at the minute 4:25 the menu of that camera,:

    I saw his camera technical details, few years ago on Internet but now I didn’t saw it, again, on Internet ( to put the link,here for you) the exact model ( maybe is too old for being posted).
    Here I’ll give you a link with equivalent or better cameras, made in Military&Security purposal, so you can verify technical details:

    http://security.bfioptilas.se/High+Speed+Visible+Camera-34.htm or
    http://security.bfioptilas.se/Visible+Cameras-35.htm
    So, I am sure his films weren’t hoaxs and he just was able to “sincronize” all necessary as astro-stuffs and the necessary talent to track and adjust the menu components ( brightness, contrast, hue, etc) without forget the talent to preciselly focus ( the most important thing) .
    He also had the ideea to ask somebody to help him (probably at tracking task) because at that great ZOOM the tracking is much difficult.
    The only “trick” which he’s sometimes including in his clips is those with Panning and zooming a picture by means of Photo Shop (probably) but this is not a crime, I think… 

    I trust in UFO but not any object around Moon or Earth must be a UFO.
    This clip with stationary object above the Moon can be a UFO (if the film wasn’t post – processed to give a hoax).

    Here the UFO is relating his position to the Moon because Mr. Lenard is tracking the Moon , using his scope and the aparent distance between Moon and object is absolutly constant.

    THERE ARE MEANS TO INCREASSE THE SHARPNESS about Mr. Lenard still know nothing.
    I will experiment it next future. 🙂

    Math. Senior Research-IT
    Gabriel Corban
    Bucharest – Romania

  3. JohnLenardWalson

    quotes from people that said what these space objects are.
    Gerry Gilmore FInstP ScD
    Professor of Experimental Philosophy
    Institute of Astronomy
    From:
    Gerry Gilmore (gil@ast.cam.ac.uk)
    Sent: Star wars project, which no doubt involves some of your objects.
    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.
    Interestingly, the process you have, of using a high-quality imaging
    system, with fast read-out, and then selecting the rare `perfect’ images
    is something which has been developed and applied somewhat by one of my
    colleagues here. You might like to look at our local web page presenting
    some of this:
    [link to http://www.ast.cam.ac.uk]
    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
    Gerry Gilmore FInstP ScD
    Professor of Experimental Philosophy
    Institute of Astronomy direct phone +44 (0)1223 337506
    Cambridge University PA: Suzanne Howard
    Madingley Road +44 (0)1223 766097
    Cambridge CB3 0HA showard@ast.cam.ac.uk
    UK
    fax +44(0)1223 339910/7523
    mobile +44 (0)771 2774522
    e-mail: gil@ast.cam.ac.uk;
    [link to http://www.ast.cam.ac.uk]
    From:
    Gerry Gilmore (gil@ast.cam.ac.uk)
    Sent:
    Sat 2/10/07 2:37 AM
    To:
    john lenard (santamonicajohn@hotmail.com)
    Hi John,
    thank you for the moon images: once again they show that you are an
    excellent photographer.
    There are of course many satellites in orbit, only a few of which are
    anything to do with JPL, but these are readily seen by
    astro-photographers like yourself all over the world.
    You should just enjoy the excellence of your images, and make them
    available as widely as is possible, through the public web-sites,
    magazines, etc, so you can get the credit you deserve for your skills.
    best regards
    Gerry

    From:Henry Kline (Henry.Kline@jpl.nasa.gov)
    Sent:Mon 3/05/07 8:32 AM
    To: john lenard (santamonicajohn@hotmail.com); alan.d.buis@jpl.nasa.gov
    Mr. Lenard,

    images about 6 months ago
    they’re military, classified.
    I guess the Johnson Space Center is indeed your best hope, because they deal with human spaceflight. We only work with robots, which don’t require large and/or elaborate spacecraft to get them where they need to go. Likewise, Johnson might have a way to contact Greg Olsen.

    Good luck.

    –Henry
    Re: other good film

    From:Henry Kline (Henry.Kline@jpl.nasa.gov)
    Sent:Thu 3/08/07 10:37 AM
    To: john lenard (santamonicajohn@hotmail.com)
    I’m getting kind of busy today, so I may not be able to write back often.
    The apparent speed of the red dot is related to where the dot is located in space relative to the spacecraft. If the dot is a lot closer to you than the spacecraft, it will appear to move faster.
    Sorry…gotta work now.

    Henry

    Gerry Gilmore FInstP ScD
    Professor of Experimental Philosophy
    Institute of Astronomy direct phone +44 (0)1223 337506
    Cambridge University PA: Suzanne Howard
    Madingley Road +44 (0)1223 766097
    Cambridge CB3 0HA showard@ast.cam.ac.uk
    UK
    fax +44(0)1223 339910/7523
    mobile +44 (0)771 2774522
    e-mail: gil@ast.cam.ac.uk;
    [link to http://www.ast.cam.ac.uk]
    From:
    Gerry Gilmore (gil@ast.cam.ac.uk)
    Sent:
    Sat 2/10/07 2:37 AM
    To:
    john lenard (santamonicajohn@hotmail.com)
    Hi John,
    thank you for the moon images: once again they show that you are an
    excellent photographer.
    There are of course many satellites in orbit, only a few of which are
    anything to do with JPL, but these are readily seen by
    astro-photographers like yourself all over the world.
    You should just enjoy the excellence of your images, and make them
    available as widely as is possible, through the public web-sites,
    magazines, etc, so you can get the credit you deserve for your skills.
    best regards
    Gerry

    From:Kline, Henry (henry.kline@jpl.nasa.gov)
    Sent:Sat 2/21/09 5:32 PM
    To: john lenard (santamonicajohn@hotmail.com)
    Holy cow! You have DONE it!!!! That resolution is amazing! I don’t have enough good stuff to say.

    From:Kline, Henry (henry.kline@jpl.nasa.gov)
    Sent:Wed 1/07/09 5:05 PM
    To: john lenard (santamonicajohn@hotmail.com)
    .
    I dont have any idea what the black ring is. I think I remember seeing it in one of your movies.

    Henry Kline
    Senior Producer
    Jet Propulsion Laboratory
    (818) 393-

    • CK Hunter

      Wonderful to hear from you John. I have never doubted you were and are onto something of extraordinary historic import. I put your comments and videos through. Thanks for this extra input. Just wrapping up Christmas holidays, hoping your holiday was tranquil and nourishing to the soul.

      Chase Kyla Hunter

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