January 14, 2014 – Abbotsford, BC Canada – 10 PM PST

PHOTO 1 SHOWING POSSIBLE COMET IN FRONT OF JUPITER.

PHOTO 1 SHOWING POSSIBLE COMET IN FRONT OF JUPITER.


PHOTO 2 SHOWING POSSIBLE COMET IN FRONT OF JUPITER.

PHOTO 2 SHOWING POSSIBLE COMET IN FRONT OF JUPITER.


PHOTO 3 SHOWING POSSIBLE COMET IN FRONT OF JUPITER.

PHOTO 3 SHOWING POSSIBLE COMET IN FRONT OF JUPITER.


PHOTO 4 SHOWING POSSIBLE COMET IN FRONT OF JUPITER.

PHOTO 4 SHOWING POSSIBLE COMET IN FRONT OF JUPITER.

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Description: Hi William. I took these photos at 10 PM Wednesday night looking east from Abbotsford, British Columbia. Of interest is the object in the lower left. It is black and has a head and a long tail. Also some of the dark spots have color inside them. I believe this is Jupiter.

Response to Investigator Questions: William, I was using a Canon 75 mm to 300 mm lens set at about 250 mm. I have photographed Jupiter many times over the last year. In fact I took some photos of it on January 8, 2015 and the black object is not visible. The object that I was pointing out is at the bottom of the planet moving from the right to left and it is visible in the four photos that I sent.

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2 Responses to January 14, 2014 – Abbotsford, BC Canada – 10 PM PST

  1. Jack L. Metcalfe says:

    There is no way a 250mm lens could have produced an image of Jupiter at that scale.

    Here’s a link showing Jupiter’s size when taken with a DSLR & 250mm lens:
    http://farm9.staticflickr.com/8526/8466481606_614e218ce9_c.jpg

    This photo is overexposed, however, with proper exposure, it’s highly unlikely that detail as small as the object in question could be recorded. It’s just physically impossible.

    Even if a telescope with eyepiece projection was used, there’s no way he could have recorded the “comet” without also recording Jupiter’s cloud bands. Here’s an image of Jupiter with its cloud bands evident:
    http://farm9.staticflickr.com/8228/8455593880_f997a5af49_b.jpg

  2. Jack L. Metcalfe says:

    Here’s some additional information. Photos 2, 3 & 4 are simply way out of focus shots of, well, let’s assume, Jupiter. Take a look at Jupiter through some decent binoculars & throw the image out of focus. You’ll see the same spots on the defocused image that you see in these photos. These spots & the “comet” are likely nothing more than dust particles in the optical train.

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