It was noted by many that Venus was crossing the Sun while doing a wavelike wobble.This showed up distinctly on a NASA Explorer video, using their own SDO images. The images above are from the SDO satellite, which has a fixed position in front of the Sun and does not move. Note the wobble pattern is also discernable on images, taken by the SOHO satellite. SOHO orbits the La Grange L1 point in a tiny circle once a MONTH. Neither of these satellites move about back and forth several times in an hour.
The first Lagrange point is located between the Earth and the Sun, giving satellites at this point a constant view of the Sun. The Solar and Heliospheric Observatory (SOHO), a NASA and European Space Agency satellite tasked to monitor the Sun, orbits the first Lagrange point, about 1.5 million kilometers away from Earth.
SOHO is one of three spacecraft currently in the vicinity of the Earth-Sun L1 point, a point of gravitational balance located approximately 0.99 astronomical unit (AU)s from the Sun and 0.01 AU from the Earth. In addition to its scientific contributions, SOHO is distinguished by being the first three-axis-stabilized spacecraft to use its reaction wheels as a kind of virtual gyroscope; the technique was adopted after an on-board emergency in 1998 that nearly resulted in the loss of the spacecraft.
The SOHO spacecraft is in a halo orbit around the Sun-Earth L1 point, the point between the Earth and the Sun where the balance of the (larger) Sun's gravity and the (smaller) Earth's gravity is equal to the centripetal force needed for an object to have the same orbital period in its orbit around the Sun as the Earth, with the result that the object will stay in that relative position.
Although sometimes described as being at L1, the SOHO spacecraft is not exactly at L1 as this would make communication difficult due to radio interference generated by the Sun, and because this would not be a stable orbit. Rather it lies in the (constantly moving) plane which passes through L1 and is perpendicular to the line connecting the sun and the Earth. It stays in this plane, tracing out an elliptical lissajous orbit centered about L1. It orbits L1 once every six months, while L1 itself orbits the sun every 12 months as it is coupled with the motion of the Earth. This keeps SOHO at a good position for communication with Earth at all times.
The SDO images, which so distinctly show the wobble on the graphic up top on this blog, are taken from a static satellite in a geosynchronous orbit. There is NO WAY the wobble recorded is from this satellite moving. It is close to Earth, and essentially not moving at all during this 6 hour transit.
After launch, the spacecraft was placed into an orbit around the Earth with an initial perigee of about 2,500 kilometres (1,600 mi). SDO then underwent a series of orbit-raising maneuvers which adjusted its orbit until the spacecraft reached its planned circular, geosynchronous orbit at an altitude of 36,000 kilometres (22,000 mi), at 102° W longitude, inclined at 28.5°.
A satellite in a circular geosynchronous orbit directly over the equator (eccentricity and inclination at zero) will have a geostationary orbit that does not move at all relative to the ground. It is always directly over the same place on the Earth’s surface.
Published on June 6, 2012 by NASAexplorer: Launched on Feb. 11, 2010, the Solar Dynamics Observatory, or SDO, is the most advanced spacecraft ever designed to study the sun. On June 5 2012, SDO collected images of the rarest predictable solar event--the transit of Venus across the face of the sun. The videos and images displayed here are constructed from several wavelengths of extreme ultraviolet light and a portion of the visible spectrum. This video is public domain and can be downloaded at: http://svs.gsfc.nasa.gov/vis/a010000/a010900/a010996/index.html
This wobble was denied on the GodlikeProduction and ESA site, which support establishment claims. The claim was that the Proba-2 satellite was moving up and down while focusing on the Sun. The images above are NOT from Proba-2, but from SDO. Proba-2 is a European satellite http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/European_Space_Agency NOT a NASA satellite as SDO is. Here is the Proba-2 orbit near Earth.
I thought I would make an explaination of the video before a conspiracy takes form.
ESA’s Proba-2 microsatellite, in low-Earth orbit, tracked Venus across the solar disc for nearly seven hours. Venus appears to wobble thanks to the slight up-down motion of Proba-2 and the large distance between the satellite and the Sun.
Satellites do travel, but over the length of a day, not every few minutes. But during a 6 hour period, such motion does not occur, not would the distance needed be achievable. (6/16/2012 Note: this is Nancy's assumption, NOT official ZetaTalk, and even if Proba-2 orbits more rapidly, the ZetaTalk and images provided above are based on SDO and SOHO, satellites which are fixed, not orbiting Earth).
Thus, in addition to the wrong PATH taken by Venus, the wobble is troubling for the establishment! The Zetas explain, below, and repeat their explanation on the location of Venus at present, caught "in the cup" with Earth and the Dark Twin.
Venus is caught in the cup,
as we so long ago explained. This occurred because as Planet X passes the Sun it does so within the region of the orbits of Earth, Venus, and the Dark Twin. Planet X first crossed Earth’s orbit in December, 2003 when the Earth encountered Planet X, halted her orbit due to this massive presence, and has subsequently been pushed back in her orbit by the retrograde motion of Planet X to what would normally be Earth’s August position. As Venus and the Dark Twin came round in their orbits, they encountered this same obstacle and also halted. Venus has been moved back and forth in the cup, in order to simulate its normal orbit for Earthlings, in accordance with the Element of Doubt rule imposed to reduce panic in the trigger-happy establishment.
That said, what occurred during the June 5-6, 2012 transit of Venus? Venus was pushed into position at the start of the transit, as we mentioned, so as not to panic the establishment. By the time they realized the path was not going according to the PUBLISHED path, it was too late. Their anticipated path was already in the news, already in the hands of amateur astronomers, and cameras were recording all over the globe. To recover, the establishment tried to zoom on Venus, so the path could not be determined and they will try to confuse the public by tilting the Sun in images so the path slants. But this will not succeed, as sunspots move with the Sun’s Ecliptic, rotate with the Sun, so comparisons can be made. NASA cannot hide what happened.
What of the Venus wobble, noted by many, that seemed to take a waved path across the face of the Sun. This is not apparent in a moment-by-moment view, but a rapid transit is obvious. The establishment is quickly trying to explain this wobble as motion in Sun-centric satellites, which are claimed to move up and down and thus, being closer to Venus than the Sun, this makes it appear that Venus is moving. But the distance Venus would have to move to create this wobble SEVERAL times within the 6 hour transit is not feasible, nor does this occur. Did Venus bobble up and down during the transit? It is struggling with mixed messages, one from the Sun to stay in its established orbit, another from Planet X to stay ABOVE a conflict with the gravity press from this monster just to the right. The dither, or wave form, was real.