Fact or Fraud, lets dig in and see what we find. If JLW has in fact captured space objects as seen in the footage above, how is this achieved? See https://artopia444.wordpress.com/2011/06/08/john-lenard-walson/ Go to comment made by Gabriel Corban See https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gHMuJz6yquc JLW is using some kind of SLR hooked into a PC, using software he is able to Zoom via the PC. At one point he produces his "invention" that seems to be tubular perhaps a modified lens. On Early JLW films, as well as Gridkeeper there is reference to something called F.A.S.T, this seems to be the type of camera he is using, a high Frames Per Second unit with very high ISO. Could a military spec camera be used? Today we have some very high iso camera's on the market, Sony's A7 for instance. There are also more specialised units, see http://ch-eco.co.jp/products/nit/pdf/WiDy%20IntenS1280V%20V1.0.pdf But back in 2007, did this technology exist or was it as I said, a military unit. In order for a researcher to debunk such photography, we need to understand the workings of high ISO and high speed photography. This is not my field however Im sure I will learn as I go along. I did find a lens that could have a bearing on this type of imagery if paired with a high sensitivity camera. See http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Vivitar-70mm-210mm-Qdos-3D-Lens-Canon-FD-fit-/152412930493?hash=item237c84c1bd%3Ag%3AmbUAAOSwB09YEmGx https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wVq694JvkMo Could filming space objects through a 3d lens create the effect we see in JWL's films? Tracking, as Gabriel Corban says, tracking the Moon then panning via software. Can we recreate a similar shot of a star, we may not see the Space Machines, but can we get a close approximation of how its done. If we cannot, then we head down the Debunk road.