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How about just telling us? Fuck's sake.
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ESD discharge to a telescope while the film was being exposed. Probably the support elements were not grounded to the rest of the 'scope
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Like this one?
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[link to astrogeek.files.wordpress.com]

or this
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It's this - Taken almost 58 years ago.

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Caris Major?
"The earth is mother of us all, for she is just; but you, because you are unjust have pretended that she is your mother alone; and if you do not stop, I will not permit you to remain upon her."

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somebody trying to reach batman obviously
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Spider on the lens
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Long exposure of Pluto and Charon?
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Lense flair. But I can't remember the exact correct term on that specific type of flair.
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this is an internal reflection.
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It is a jpg image hosted on a server.

jpg's are short for jpeg, Joint Photographics Experts Group files.
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A superimposed image of internal reflector telescope parts illuminated by a bright star or moon - an artifact.
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Like when you can see your eyeball in your glasses in certain lighting conditions..
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The Great Interstellar Space Anus. ohyeah
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yes indeed it must be a Space anus .... yes yes hehehe
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whatever
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Internal Telescopic Reflection.

Bright star with nothing nearly as big and bright nearby, caused an internal reflection in the hubble telescope.
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This is the a recorded radio image of cosmic microwave background (CMB) radiation, a comet or combo of both.

What causes the image to appear the way it does is due to radio interferometry.

An astronomical interferometer is an array of telescopes or mirror segments acting together to probe structures with higher resolution by means of interferometry. The benefit of the interferometer is that the angular resolution of the instrument is nearly that of a telescope with the same aperture as a single large instrument encompassing all of the individual photon-collecting sub-components. The drawback is that it does not collect as many photons as a large instrument of that size. Thus it is mainly useful for fine resolution of the more luminous astronomical objects, such as close binary stars...

[link to en.wikipedia.org]
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probably taken of Sirius, because it is so bright. The ring is amazing in this one.
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that is your moms anus when i am done with it. its called im-in-uranus-bitch.
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secondary reflector and support legs reflections from a bright object.
The term "derp" was invented by the creators of Southpark.
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brown acid?

made in china contact lens?

fat man broke my toilet?
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i don't know what it is ... but if i ever saw something like that, i'd bring my tomato plants in !!!
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the main null corrector, a testing device used to achieve a properly shaped non-spherical mirror, had been incorrectly assembled—one lens was wrongly spaced
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Looks like bright object nearby caused this. I found another one similar to that picture you showed.

There are a bunch of them just like that nearby bright objects in the space. I guess that messed up telescope imaging device.

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to me that looks like a tiny hole in the lens, probably caused by a speck of dust or a micrometeorite hitting the lens, a bit similar to the pattern a bullet hitting glass makes

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the main null corrector, a testing device used to achieve a properly shaped non-spherical mirror, had been incorrectly assembled—one lens was wrongly spaced
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So do i get a free upgrade? :D
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image artifact/caveat from garbage SDSS imaging data. "it appears to be a shot of the underside of the instrument package on a telescope, taken during daylight. in other words, its a glitch in the data. the 'anomaly' is just another glitch."

cheers.

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We are seeing the reflection of the apparatus of a reflective telescope. The focal point is not aligned properly.
 Quoting: Asclepius23


I agree that it looks like a reflection of the telescope itself
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Might be an actual image that is really a circle in the middle (stars are visible through the middle) without those doubled refractions which are probably distortion.

Alright, admitting I am just this side of retarded when it comes to such things as this, my embryonic conjecture is
an accretion disk surrounding a Schwarzchild non rotating black hole.

Or how about the Galactic Center at 27-29 sag.
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It's just swamp gas.
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[link to www.worldwidetelescope.org]

Explore through the space and you will see that the bright objects will produce similar images. I'm guess that's what is causing telescope to have problems.
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