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Why are stars not visible in space?

 
the white rose

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TO ALL,



LIGHT ITSELF DOES NOT TRAVEL THROUGH SPACE .

ELECTRO MAGNETIC FREQUENCIES ,WAVES TRAVEL AND ARE REPRODUCED IN THE ATMOSPHERE .
[link to abundanthope.net]
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Re: Why are stars not visible in space?
People have already began questioning Felix Baumgartner's jump. One reason is because 'there are no visible stars'.

It will only take a couple of minutes to read. So, here's the link: [link to scienceray.com]

Draw your own conclusion from this...
 Quoting: Botanator


Ever see the images from the Hubble Telescope...

which happens to be in space?

Pretty much puts an end to the foolish premise of your thread.
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Re: Why are stars not visible in space?
hubble telescope uses a filter...
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Re: Why are stars not visible in space?
besides, hubble is within orbit right?
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Re: Why are stars not visible in space?
LOL at comments in original article.

You can see stars in space, people.
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Re: Why are stars not visible in space?
This contradicts the testimony the astronauts gave during the press conference after they returned from the first moon landing.

I distinctly remember one of them saying that stars were indeed visible. Anyone can see this conference on youtube.


How do the deniers explain this discrepancy?
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On the contrary! When asked the astronauts looked to each other saying -as if after a brainwashed system- they DIDN'T REMEMBER SEEING ANY STARS!
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Re: Why are stars not visible in space?
This contradicts the testimony the astronauts gave during the press conference after they returned from the first moon landing.

I distinctly remember one of them saying that stars were indeed visible. Anyone can see this conference on youtube.


How do the deniers explain this discrepancy?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 9560253


On the contrary! When asked the astronauts looked to each other saying -as if after a brainwashed system- they DIDN'T REMEMBER SEEING ANY STARS!
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[link to www.thelivingmoon.com]
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Re: Why are stars not visible in space?
Guys check what Meshran Keshe is saying. The stars are really visible only from within the atmosphere. Even from the Moon they are invisible. You will have to get used to the new theory of the atom, Earth, Sun, Solar System and so on. The light is the plasma and it is created when magnetic pole of one body touches the magnetic body of the other.
That's why during the day we can see the light, when Sun's atmosphere (magnetic pole) touches Earth's. The same about the stars during the night. Above the atmosphere there is nothing what can create the light.
It's completely different than we were tought in schools.
 Quoting: Keshe's fan 22972160


That's why the Hubble Telescope returns nothing but black pictures. Because it's in space.

You might want to check out some different schools.

cruise
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Re: Why are stars not visible in space?
I have no idea how I wound up at this site, but after reading all these posts, I had to register just so I could tell you all how STUPID YOU ARE!! Yes, I am a troll! I can't help myself! You're all idiots and I, being a smart person, MUST POINT THIS OUT!! Have you ever tried to look at the stars while in the middle of a large, brilliantly lit city? How many stars do you see? Not many! How many do you see when you're in the middle of the country where it's dark? LOTS!! SAME PRINCIPLE HERE!! The earth below Felix and the cameras was very bright, thus drowning out the star light. Same reason you don't see many stars in the moon landing pics. The sun was in the sky! GET IT?? STOP TRYING TO MAKE EVERYTHING A CONSPIRACY YOU FREAKS!!
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Re: Why are stars not visible in space?
How do you seperate stars from satelites which are LITERRED worldwide in Earths orbit? You can't. There is no real telling what a star is unless you have a good telescope, or are superhuman and can breathe up there to see yourself.

Stay skeptical, the Government will lie wholeheartedly to maintain intellectual control.

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Re: Why are stars not visible in space?
I have no idea how I wound up at this site, but after reading all these posts, I had to register just so I could tell you all how STUPID YOU ARE!! Yes, I am a troll! I can't help myself! You're all idiots and I, being a smart person, MUST POINT THIS OUT!! Have you ever tried to look at the stars while in the middle of a large, brilliantly lit city? How many stars do you see? Not many! How many do you see when you're in the middle of the country where it's dark? LOTS!! SAME PRINCIPLE HERE!! The earth below Felix and the cameras was very bright, thus drowning out the star light. Same reason you don't see many stars in the moon landing pics. The sun was in the sky! GET IT?? STOP TRYING TO MAKE EVERYTHING A CONSPIRACY YOU FREAKS!!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1706677


It's a Gaussian distribution, Mr. one sigma stupid. Thanks for pointing out the obvious, however.

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Re: Why are stars not visible in space?
People have already began questioning Felix Baumgartner's jump. One reason is because 'there are no visible stars'.

It will only take a couple of minutes to read. So, here's the link: [link to scienceray.com]

Draw your own conclusion from this...
 Quoting: Botanator


This seems so simple to me...maybe I'm just not educated enough to understand? When the sun is out in full view, "space" is not visible to the human eye. That's why, during the day, when we walk out...we can't see stars. Only at night, when the sun is gone, will we be able to see the stars. Yes, astronauts talk about seeing stars but they're also on the back side of the moon or there over night or behind a celestial body that blocks sunlight. Hence the reason they'll be able to see stars.
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Re: Why are stars not visible in space?
And since this is so EASILY debunked...why then it is pinned???
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Re: Why are stars not visible in space?
There is a theory that all the stars that you see are simply a reflection from very few stars.
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Re: Why are stars not visible in space?
How do you seperate stars from satelites which are LITERRED worldwide in Earths orbit? You can't. There is no real telling what a star is unless you have a good telescope, or are superhuman and can breathe up there to see yourself.

Stay skeptical, the Government will lie wholeheartedly to maintain intellectual control.

*****
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 17020024


Read up on parallax, then return smarter:

[link to www-spof.gsfc.nasa.gov]
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Re: Why are stars not visible in space?
There is a theory that all the stars that you see are simply a reflection from very few stars.
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Which of your uncles subscribes to that theory?
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Re: Why are stars not visible in space?
here's a thought,ever look through the inside of a clear round dome and the objects on the other side look smaller than they are..wouldn't the atmosphere produce the same effect as the bubble and show stars and such smaller than they would look just outside of the bubble?scratching
How unfortunate for some rulers when men,women,and children continue to think... Keep repeating the lies loud enough and long enough and just maybe the people will start to believe the lies again and good luck with that...finding your energy open until mars becomes raging aries...
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Re: Why are stars not visible in space?
So how close to the sun would you have to be in order to see the fiery ball of death? Would you literally be able to touch the surface of it without being able to see it assuming the heat wouldn't cook you to turn?

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Re: Why are stars not visible in space?
Guys check what Meshran Keshe is saying. The stars are really visible only from within the atmosphere. Even from the Moon they are invisible. You will have to get used to the new theory of the atom, Earth, Sun, Solar System and so on. The light is the plasma and it is created when magnetic pole of one body touches the magnetic body of the other.
That's why during the day we can see the light, when Sun's atmosphere (magnetic pole) touches Earth's. The same about the stars during the night. Above the atmosphere there is nothing what can create the light.
It's completely different than we were tought in schools.
 Quoting: Keshe's fan 22972160


That's why the Hubble Telescope returns nothing but black pictures. Because it's in space.

You might want to check out some different schools.

cruise
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1006681


I'm sure the Hubble telescope uses filters etc, specifically designed to detect stars and what not.
Normal cameras aren't designed for that, hence you cannot see the stars from space. I know I may not be correct, however I think that would explain there being no stars in the videos.
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Re: Why are stars not visible in space?
This contradicts the testimony the astronauts gave during the press conference after they returned from the first moon landing.

I distinctly remember one of them saying that stars were indeed visible. Anyone can see this conference on youtube.


How do the deniers explain this discrepancy?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 9560253


felix wasn't in space...if he was , he would have floated away.
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Re: Why are stars not visible in space?
And since this is so EASILY debunked...why then it is pinned???
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Some people just dont know...
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Re: Why are stars not visible in space?
People have already began questioning Felix Baumgartner's jump. One reason is because 'there are no visible stars'.

It will only take a couple of minutes to read. So, here's the link: [link to scienceray.com]

Draw your own conclusion from this...
 Quoting: Botanator

Because of the infinite anti white properties from A-Z.

Otherwise it'll be 'clear'.
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Re: Why are stars not visible in space?
I'm suspicious about keshe and his foundation.

Unless he really starts showing all his free energy magic inventions in public i'll remain skeptical like that too.
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Spot on. If Keshe has this fabulous technology that can change life on earth to the better then why not publish it AT ONCE. Complete bullshit this Keshe stuff until he puts out the plans for his device for everyone to build it and verify the results. But still there seem to be a lot of idiots who believe everything.
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Re: Why are stars not visible in space?
TO ALL,



LIGHT ITSELF DOES NOT TRAVEL THROUGH SPACE .

ELECTRO MAGNETIC FREQUENCIES ,WAVES TRAVEL AND ARE REPRODUCED IN THE ATMOSPHERE .
[link to abundanthope.net]
the white rose
 Quoting: the white rose


IN THE SPACE BETWEEN ATMOSPHERES ,THE PLACE WE WRONGLY BELIEVE IS AN EMPTY VACUUM ,THE WAVELENGTHS OF ELECTRO MAGNETIC FREQUENCIES OF LIGHT IS SPREAD OUT SO AS NOT TO BE VERY VISIBLE BUT THE CLOSER TO THE PLANETARY ATMOSPHERE IT COMPRESS'S IN THE ATOMS OF THE INERT FORMS OF MATTER,MAKING IT VISIBLE.THE STARS SHOULD BECOME LESS VISIBLE THE FARTHER AWAY FROM THE CORE OF THE PLANET.

[link to abundanthope.net]


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Re: Why are stars not visible in space?
Because, stars are not real, just holographic projections on our atmosphere.
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Re: Why are stars not visible in space?
People have already began questioning Felix Baumgartner's jump. One reason is because 'there are no visible stars'.

It will only take a couple of minutes to read. So, here's the link: [link to scienceray.com]

Draw your own conclusion from this...
 Quoting: Botanator

Because of the infinite anti white properties from point A-Z.

Otherwise it'll be 'clear'.
 Quoting: Superheavyweight 25642084
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Re: Why are stars not visible in space?
Visible to the naked eye, but they don't expose well on the film/digital cams used up there.

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