Tail/Moon Swirl Range, the Zetas Explain

The description we gave that Planet X would appear as large as, but no larger than, the moon upon passage, when surrounded by the Halo of its dust cloud, does not include the entire tail. At the time that description was given, in late 2001, the moons and tail were not discernible in imaging, unless close to the body of Planet X and intensely reflecting the light from Planet X. By Dec 2002, the moons at a distance from Planet X became visible to those taking images.

The whole panorama, in ancient folklore, is described as a dragon, which brings to mind a long and twisting tail, legs, wings, with a distinct head. The head of course is the Planet X body, at this time leading well ahead of the swirl of moons in the tail, due more to the influence of the solar wind than motion of Planet X itself. Where dust in the tail, and some debris the size of gravel and boulders, reach the Earth during this passage some 14 million miles from the earth, the Moons stay closer to Planet X which at all times is the dominant gravity draw for them.

You can consider the Moons to be within 5 million miles of Planet X, as the maximum distance they will stray. They at all times are reflecting light from Planet X, and thus in imaging move more than the White Persona, but less than the Red Persona, as they have absorbed light, reflected light, as objects independent from the light source do, and thus have their own Persona in this regard, the Moon Persona. They will not track as far during the imaging night as the Red, nor be as fixed as the White, but will reflect their own internal
Swirling during the night.