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Large object near the sun

 
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Did they just photoshop the pic?

I swear, something's missing!


Latest image, always updates like that.. here... [link to sohowww.nascom.nasa.gov]

And it's a cosmic ray.

Nice save.

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Bigger question - if it's not there on the updated pic, where did it go!?
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That's the thing about cosmic ray's (gamma ray bursts, radio wave burst's etc) They are usually just from other stars they spat out a large flare a long time ago, and well.. the movement of the camera in space means that it isn't getting hit by that particular ray anymore. Tha'ts why they are there one minute and gone the next.

Of course the other explaination for it is a tiny speck of dust close to the camera, hard to tell the difference sometimes.
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That, my friend, is the universe's largest, Thingamajig...

or its not THAT big, just really fuckin close. lol
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Indeed. Its a Fly on the lense. in space. maybee its a Russian Rocket ?
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Why is this unpinned and that black rain shit with absolutely no proof is still pinned. Thats bullshit.
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Re: Large object near the sun
which is this planet at 7 o'clock?
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I just caught this on soho now i know the oort cloud seems to be getting closer but the white cirle on the screen denotes the size of the sun so wtf is the silver object to the side of it it seems enormous ?? any ideas!!!
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the oort cloud seems to be getting closer? wtf does this even mean? I dont know how you guys know this object is so large considering we have no idea what distance from the camera it is.
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Re: Large object near the sun
Cosmic ray.
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I concur. I even get them in my images at sea level on rare occasions. I had a really good one a couple weeks ago, but unfortunately I was low on HD space so I wasn't recording video at the time. It's not nearly as good of an example of one, but there is a small blip from a cosmic ray in this video:


You can see it almost right in the center of the cluster, in fact the cluster almost drowns it out. It's in one frame and gone the next, just like the cosmic ray noticed by the OP.

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Did they just photoshop the pic?

I swear, something's missing!


Latest image, always updates like that.. here... [link to sohowww.nascom.nasa.gov]

And it's a cosmic ray.

Nice save.

Thanks!

Bigger question - if it's not there on the updated pic, where did it go!?


That's the thing about cosmic ray's (gamma ray bursts, radio wave burst's etc) They are usually just from other stars they spat out a large flare a long time ago, and well.. the movement of the camera in space means that it isn't getting hit by that particular ray anymore. Tha'ts why they are there one minute and gone the next.

Of course the other explaination for it is a tiny speck of dust close to the camera, hard to tell the difference sometimes.
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good call on the cosmic ray
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Anybody got a link to the latest image? or has it updated?
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Anybody got a link to the latest image? or has it updated?
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I think they are talking about this one (it has updated)
[link to sohowww.nascom.nasa.gov]

Anyone can tell me which this planet is at 7-8 o'clock?

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which is this planet at 7 o'clock?
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Could it be that we can't see it anymore because it went behind the disk and is impacting the sun as we speak??
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Could it be that we can't see it anymore because it went behind the disk and is impacting the sun as we speak??
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No, we dont even seen it coming in. So it must be cosmic ray (like the one in the last image we have now at 10-11 o'clock).
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We need a 'who pinned this shit' icon. It ranks in the top 10 phrases here at GLP.

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