SS: the mega dragon storm “QUETZAL PLUME” on saturn continues . a reflection of the amplification of the entire solar system . this particular quetzal plume came ten years earlier than was supposed to and has grown five hundred times larger than any seen before it, and releasing ten lightning bolts per second.

SS: those two asteroid moons in the image below i think need to look closer at both as possible artifacts .. the two asteroid moons that are orbiting mars are artifacts of some kind because they do not orbit mars like a moon, instead they orbit mars like satellites that will one day crash into the planet . i think the brown dwarf martians had all different size spaceships .

SS: when the protostar ignited everything went all the way out to the oort cloud except the objects that were left in orbit around the planets . so if we were to hunt for spaceships we should look in the orbits of planets and maybe the kuiper belt and the oort cloud might find more artifacts . claim them all in the name and for the secret order .”at the end of the day all illusion is destroyed, only consciousness lives again .

Updrafts of Large Ammonia Crystals in Saturn Storm This false-color infrared image, obtained by NASA’s Cassini spacecraft, shows clouds of large ammonia ice particles dredged up by a powerful storm in Saturn’s northern hemisphere. Large updrafts dragged ammonia gas upward more than 30 miles (50 kilometers) from below. The ammonia then condensed into large crystals in the frigid upper atmosphere. This storm is the most violent ever observed at Saturn by an orbiting spacecraft.

Going Rogue? August 12, 2013 Although Epimetheus appears to be orbiting between the A and F rings in this image, it’s just an illusion! Epimetheus, which orbits Saturn well outside of the F ring’s orbit, is actually on the near side of Saturn to Cassini while the rings seen here are on the far side of the planet. Whew, that’s a relief!

This image was taken on January 18, 2012 and received on Earth January 18, 2012. The camera was pointing toward SATURN at approximately 2,877,593 kilometers away, and the image was taken using the CB2 and CL2 filters. This image has not been validated or calibrated. A validated/calibrated image will be archived with the NASA Planetary Data System in 2013.

Flying past Saturn’s moon Dione, Cassini captured this view which includes two smaller moons, Epimetheus and Prometheus, near the planet’s rings in this NASA handout photo dated December 12, 2011. This encounter was the spacecraft’s closest pass of the moon’s surface. REUTERS/NASA/JPL-Caltech/Space Science Institute/Handout (UNITED STATES – Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY ENVIRONMENT)

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