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strange images from space!!! Can anyone explain this?
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[quote:Anonymous Coward 27628218:MV8yMDY2NTg4XzM0Nzc0MzEyX0ZCQkNFRDBF] [quote:Anonymous Coward 27413131:MV8yMDY2NTg4XzM0NzczODkzX0Q1RTA4MEM4] [quote:NervousAndJerky:MV8yMDY2NTg4XzM0NzcyNzE2X0RFQjNERTE3] I can not speak to the blue line, but the circles with what looks like a cross hair in it is a lenseing affect from the reflecting mirror of the telescope. beacause the complete images are composites of many images. The circle's show up regularly. Light enters the telescope, travels down to the bottom hitting the main mirror. Than the light reflects back up the telescope to the reflecting mirror suspended in a structure in the middle of the top of the telescope. Where the light is reflected back down the telescope into a whole in the center of the main Mirror , into the camera, eyepiece, infrared detector,or what have you. The cross is basically the shadow of the structure holding the reflecting mirror at the top of the telescope. [/quote] Thanks for that info! [/quote] Ok, assuming the lensing effect...(I was thinking the same...two suns in photos etc..) Then the strait line could either be another lensing effect or Those same blue objects traveling very fast. If it takes light a certain amount of time to travel to the earth and be viewed by us, then is it reasonable to say that you could be looking at an explosive trail of an object moving so fast at an angle that at the one end the light has'nt reached us yet and the other end the light is too far faded. Possibly reminants of the big bang or a supernova. Just my thoughts... [/quote]
Just saw this vid on youtube. I don't know much about the computer telescope programs, but thought it was interesting. Wonder if it's just a glitch or if it's normal?
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