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WHY HAS SIRIUS A BEEN REMOVED FROM GOOGLE SKY? The Hopi Prophesy. The Dogon. Nibiru.

 
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check out sky-map.org. they have Sirius blocked out also but, there is a mass ejection coming out of it. comments?
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Sirius is an incredibly bright star. So much so that it completely over-exposed the film plates used by the Palomar Sky Survey, which is where the "censored" image comes from. The "censoring" was to remove or block the part of the film emulsion that would expose the central part of sirius. The diffraction spikes and some of the glare is still there, but you can make out far more stars closer in to Sirius than you otherwise would. Bear in mind this was before the days of CCDs and digital imaging, so they couldn't just shut off individual pixels precisely and cleanly. Doing this though allowed fewer stars to be obscured by the glare of Sirius.

Here's a comparison image I made using the original source data from the individual film plates, which you won't find at a secondary source of sky survey data like Google Sky. First up is the familiar "censored" image:
[link to i319.photobucket.com]
Now here's an "uncensored" image using the same telescope but with film plates that did not obscure the light from Sirius at all:
[link to i319.photobucket.com]
Note how many more stars are drowned out by the light of Sirius in the second image.
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Shillery at its best.
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Sirius is an incredibly bright star. So much so that it completely over-exposed the film plates used by the Palomar Sky Survey, which is where the "censored" image comes from. The "censoring" was to remove or block the part of the film emulsion that would expose the central part of sirius. The diffraction spikes and some of the glare is still there, but you can make out far more stars closer in to Sirius than you otherwise would. Bear in mind this was before the days of CCDs and digital imaging, so they couldn't just shut off individual pixels precisely and cleanly. Doing this though allowed fewer stars to be obscured by the glare of Sirius.

Here's a comparison image I made using the original source data from the individual film plates, which you won't find at a secondary source of sky survey data like Google Sky. First up is the familiar "censored" image:
[link to i319.photobucket.com]
Now here's an "uncensored" image using the same telescope but with film plates that did not obscure the light from Sirius at all:
[link to i319.photobucket.com]
Note how many more stars are drowned out by the light of Sirius in the second image.
 Quoting: Astromut



Shillery at its best.
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How about actually addressing what I said with substance? Oh, sorry, that's asking waaaay too much of you. Here you go, Sirius, properly exposed:
siriusregular
Wow, real amazing, isn't it? Yeah, they surely needed to hide that. Or they just needed to reduce the glare to reveal more stars closer to Sirius. Tell me, which of these images shows a greater total number of stars?
[link to i319.photobucket.com]
[link to i319.photobucket.com]
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Sirius -




Interestingly many mistake this, the brightest star in the sky (not planet, for that is Venus) for a UFO!
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Sirius is an incredibly bright star. So much so that it completely over-exposed the film plates used by the Palomar Sky Survey, which is where the "censored" image comes from. The "censoring" was to remove or block the part of the film emulsion that would expose the central part of sirius. The diffraction spikes and some of the glare is still there, but you can make out far more stars closer in to Sirius than you otherwise would. Bear in mind this was before the days of CCDs and digital imaging, so they couldn't just shut off individual pixels precisely and cleanly. Doing this though allowed fewer stars to be obscured by the glare of Sirius.

Here's a comparison image I made using the original source data from the individual film plates, which you won't find at a secondary source of sky survey data like Google Sky. First up is the familiar "censored" image:
[link to i319.photobucket.com]
Now here's an "uncensored" image using the same telescope but with film plates that did not obscure the light from Sirius at all:
[link to i319.photobucket.com]
Note how many more stars are drowned out by the light of Sirius in the second image.
 Quoting: Astromut



Shillery at its best.
clappa
 Quoting: Bendro


How about actually addressing what I said with substance? Oh, sorry, that's asking waaaay too much of you. Here you go, Sirius, properly exposed:
siriusregular
Wow, real amazing, isn't it? Yeah, they surely needed to hide that. Or they just needed to reduce the glare to reveal more stars closer to Sirius. Tell me, which of these images shows a greater total number of stars?
[link to i319.photobucket.com]
[link to i319.photobucket.com]
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Yup. Not amazing at all. Just a star. Nothing spectacular about that.
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thats her reaching out for the sun , longing for an embrace
when they hug...Magic happens!
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not bad OP : )))

with the binary system I kinda agree

but listen to me - IF

IF something trule is coming to drive-by

heheh - it will really ignite Jupiter

for to have the""TRIPPLE SOLAR SYSTEM SHINE""-thing ;DDD

hehehe - Jupiter is right at the other side of the Sun now and this year.. so

If we are already in a binary - prepare to go in TRIPPLE : D
These dayz through THA REAL RAP (element of hip-hop)
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Sirius is an incredibly bright star. So much so that it completely over-exposed the film plates used by the Palomar Sky Survey, which is where the "censored" image comes from. The "censoring" was to remove or block the part of the film emulsion that would expose the central part of sirius. The diffraction spikes and some of the glare is still there, but you can make out far more stars closer in to Sirius than you otherwise would. Bear in mind this was before the days of CCDs and digital imaging, so they couldn't just shut off individual pixels precisely and cleanly. Doing this though allowed fewer stars to be obscured by the glare of Sirius.

Here's a comparison image I made using the original source data from the individual film plates, which you won't find at a secondary source of sky survey data like Google Sky. First up is the familiar "censored" image:
[link to i319.photobucket.com]
Now here's an "uncensored" image using the same telescope but with film plates that did not obscure the light from Sirius at all:
[link to i319.photobucket.com]
Note how many more stars are drowned out by the light of Sirius in the second image.
 Quoting: Astromut



Shillery at its best.
clappa
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How about actually addressing what I said with substance? Oh, sorry, that's asking waaaay too much of you. Here you go, Sirius, properly exposed:
siriusregular
Wow, real amazing, isn't it? Yeah, they surely needed to hide that. Or they just needed to reduce the glare to reveal more stars closer to Sirius. Tell me, which of these images shows a greater total number of stars?
[link to i319.photobucket.com]
[link to i319.photobucket.com]
 Quoting: Astromut


Yup. Not amazing at all. Just a star. Nothing spectacular about that.
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I see you couldn't answer my questions. Can't say I'm surprised.
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The lenses are used such an invention as the iris, and lens made of a special type of glass to eliminate the phenomenon of flares, the camera sets the ISO sensitivity in addition, you may look for better arguments.


Shillery at its best.
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How about actually addressing what I said with substance? Oh, sorry, that's asking waaaay too much of you. Here you go, Sirius, properly exposed:
:siriusregular:
Wow, real amazing, isn't it? Yeah, they surely needed to hide that. Or they just needed to reduce the glare to reveal more stars closer to Sirius. Tell me, which of these images shows a greater total number of stars?
[link to i319.photobucket.com]
[link to i319.photobucket.com]
 Quoting: Astromut


Yup. Not amazing at all. Just a star. Nothing spectacular about that.
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I see you couldn't answer my questions. Can't say I'm surprised.
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Shillery at its best.
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How about actually addressing what I said with substance? Oh, sorry, that's asking waaaay too much of you. Here you go, Sirius, properly exposed:
siriusregular
Wow, real amazing, isn't it? Yeah, they surely needed to hide that. Or they just needed to reduce the glare to reveal more stars closer to Sirius. Tell me, which of these images shows a greater total number of stars?
[link to i319.photobucket.com]
[link to i319.photobucket.com]
 Quoting: Astromut


Yup. Not amazing at all. Just a star. Nothing spectacular about that.
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I see you couldn't answer my questions. Can't say I'm surprised.
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Got me.
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it is answer for Your's question's
The lenses are used such an invention as the iris, and lens made of a special type of glass to eliminate the phenomenon of flares, the camera sets the ISO sensitivity in addition, you may look for better arguments.
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it is answer for Your's question's
The lenses are used such an invention as the iris, and lens made of a special type of glass to eliminate the phenomenon of flares, the camera sets the ISO sensitivity in addition, you may look for better arguments.
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How about actually addressing what I said with substance? Oh, sorry, that's asking waaaay too much of you. Here you go, Sirius, properly exposed:
siriusregular
Wow, real amazing, isn't it? Yeah, they surely needed to hide that. Or they just needed to reduce the glare to reveal more stars closer to Sirius. Tell me, which of these images shows a greater total number of stars?
[link to i319.photobucket.com]
[link to i319.photobucket.com]
 Quoting: Astromut


Yup. Not amazing at all. Just a star. Nothing spectacular about that.
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I see you couldn't answer my questions. Can't say I'm surprised.
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Got me.
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Got me. Try not to be mr. astronomer for once and just go along with it. More fun. Nooooo. Gotta answer everybodies questions. Just a star or not its spectacular and you just turn into a dick. You can take the beauty and turn it into nothing by trying to be a smart guy. Dont take things so seriously. Thats not what this site is for.
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Dont take things so seriously. Thats not what this site is for.
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You get to decide what this site is for?
Or what other people find entertaining?
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Just a star or not its spectacular and you just turn into a dick.
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Says the person who called me a shill for daring to explain the truth. Believe me, I could not care less what you think of me, but that last post of yours was quite amusing.
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Just a star or not its spectacular and you just turn into a dick.
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=Believe me, I could not care less what you think of me, but that last post of yours was quite amusing.
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Mission accomplished.
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Thank you Seer! I am very appreciative of your research and eye on this. I will be following all of your threads. VERY interesting and pin worthy.
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Thank you so much. Right now I am working on a thread explaining why you can not see Niburu in the sky. I am using Sky Viewing software Stellarium. I am trying to
"print screen" the current positions of Virgo, Leo, The Sun, Venus, Saturn, And Mercury. But when I ctrl V, it into Photoshop it turns into a black square. Any thought on how to get around this?
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Disinfo software, for example, it show the upsidedown moon(so tilted severeal degrees) on random mode too,
even on our northern hemisphere such USA / Europe
where it is not contemplate in that latitude at all.

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Astromut, do you remember that the wages for sin is death?

Lie is a GREAT sin!!!
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Thank you Seer! I am very appreciative of your research and eye on this. I will be following all of your threads. VERY interesting and pin worthy.
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Thank you so much. Right now I am working on a thread explaining why you can not see Niburu in the sky. I am using Sky Viewing software Stellarium. I am trying to
"print screen" the current positions of Virgo, Leo, The Sun, Venus, Saturn, And Mercury. But when I ctrl V, it into Photoshop it turns into a black square. Any thought on how to get around this?
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Disinfo software, for example, it show the upsidedown moon (so tilted severeal degree), even on our
northern hemisphere such USA / Europe
where it is not contemplate in that latitude.
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Again, that's normal. Field rotation occurs every day from any non-polar aligned perspective, even in Europe and the USA. And yes, it can and will make the moon appear to tilt by as much as 180 degrees from rising to setting. You're never going to escape your ignorance if you keep ignoring the very things that are showing you that you're wrong. Stellarium is open source, you can look into the source code for yourself. If there's a conspiracy with the program, where is it in the code?
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Astromut, do you remember that the wages for sin is death?

Lie is a GREAT sin!!!
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Fine by me, I'm not lying.
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and here we go with the

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not bad OP : )))

with the binary system I kinda agree

but listen to me - IF

IF something trule is coming to drive-by

heheh - it will really ignite Jupiter

for to have the""TRIPPLE SOLAR SYSTEM SHINE""-thing ;DDD

hehehe - Jupiter is right at the other side of the Sun now and this year.. so

If we are already in a binary - prepare to go in TRIPPLE : D
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donT worry

stay positive - remember - WE ARE IMMORTAL

SOULS haveing hu-man experience

not the other way round ^^ ;DDD
These dayz through THA REAL RAP (element of hip-hop)
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Don't need google-sky.. go out on any clear night when Orion is above the horizon and you can see it for yourself
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not bad OP : )))

with the binary system I kinda agree

but listen to me - IF

IF something trule is coming to drive-by

heheh - it will really ignite Jupiter

for to have the""TRIPPLE SOLAR SYSTEM SHINE""-thing ;DDD

hehehe - Jupiter is right at the other side of the Sun now and this year.. so

If we are already in a binary - prepare to go in TRIPPLE : D
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donT worry

stay positive - remember - WE ARE IMMORTAL

SOULS haveing hu-man experience

not the other way round ^^ ;DDD
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Astro AND Halcyon, to what do I owe the pleasure...been a while.

You two love this subject.

Sirius A
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Astro's explanation: 'Mask', so we can see the stars around it. They being more important of course, than one of the Holiest stars in our sky.

The star to which the Jewish New Year is set.



Streamofparticle

Astro's explanation:refraction spike. The first pic has refraction spikes, this look like something a bit different to me.


:lensflare:

lol.


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thats her reaching out for the sun , longing for an embrace
when they hug...Magic happens!
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Astro's explanation:refraction spike. The first pic has refraction spikes, this look like something a bit different to me.
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Wrong. The correct term is DIFFRACTION spike, not refraction spike. Furthermore, the reason it changes mid-stream is because of a seam in the stitched mosaic. I already explained all this before:
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Top of one film plate:
[link to archive.stsci.edu]
Bottom of the other that they stitched it with:
[link to archive.stsci.edu]
When you stitch those two together, this is what you get:
[link to i319.photobucket.com]
The diffraction spike is different in the two because Sirius is at a completely different position relative to the optical axis in each image; in one, it's in the image, in the other it's off-image and above the telescope's field of view.

This is what you get for using a secondary source of information rather than the raw individual film plates from which the mosaic was derived. In other words, sloppy research technique.

/debunked
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Astro's explanation: 'Mask', so we can see the stars around it. They being more important of course, than one of the Holiest stars in our sky.


lol.

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My 4 y.o. nephew, probable offers a better explanation to that :D
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Behold, holy sirius.
holysirius
Astronomers like myself don't give a shit, we don't regard Sirius as holy, and we don't mind masking it in order to reveal as many stars as possible closer to Sirius that would otherwise be lost in the glare. Yes, they're more important than the centrally over-exposed region of Sirius' light.

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