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first pic of Nibiru! Now give me my million dollars!
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He just wants as many people to come in here as possible to show himself that he's smarter than everybody else.

Shove your free month up your ass.
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Actually I'm trying to encourage people to use primary source materials and other resources to find the answers to things they see in places like google sky and can't identify.
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well the least you could do is ansa the replies mut of astroness?? I suggested two options so far and no response....

Not very encouraging, spaceman.
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I have yet to see a full and correct answer. I'm not just asking what the phenomenon is, but the proper name of what is specifically causing it in this particular case. That requires more digging to confirm.
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You know nobody is going to get the answer. It hasn't happened in 4 pages now.

Are you just going to endlessly bump the thread forever until somebody gets it?

Get over yourself.
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Actually I'm trying to encourage people to use primary source materials and other resources to find the answers to things they see in places like google sky and can't identify.
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well the least you could do is ansa the replies mut of astroness?? I suggested two options so far and no response....

Not very encouraging, spaceman.
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I have yet to see a full and correct answer. I'm not just asking what the phenomenon is, but the proper name of what is specifically causing it in this particular case. That requires more digging to confirm.
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OK, I get it now so any response that goes unanswered is wrong, right?
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Just one more question mut of astroness, which part of the image you presented do you want to have an answer for? the actual ring anomaly or the fractured parts, or all of the above?
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Actually I'm trying to encourage people to use primary source materials and other resources to find the answers to things they see in places like google sky and can't identify.
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well the least you could do is ansa the replies mut of astroness?? I suggested two options so far and no response....

Not very encouraging, spaceman.
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I have yet to see a full and correct answer. I'm not just asking what the phenomenon is, but the proper name of what is specifically causing it in this particular case. That requires more digging to confirm.
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OK, I get it now so any response that goes unanswered is wrong, right?
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Correct, I don't want people to guess it through the process of elimination. The objective is to try to find the correct answer by digging into the image itself and finding its source.
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well the least you could do is ansa the replies mut of astroness?? I suggested two options so far and no response....

Not very encouraging, spaceman.
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I have yet to see a full and correct answer. I'm not just asking what the phenomenon is, but the proper name of what is specifically causing it in this particular case. That requires more digging to confirm.
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OK, I get it now so any response that goes unanswered is wrong, right?
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Just one more question mut of astroness, which part of the image you presented do you want to have an answer for? the actual ring anomaly or the fractured parts, or all of the above?
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"The big thing" - all of it.
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Astronomy contest time! I will give a free month upgrade to the first person who can correctly answer both parts of this question. What is this AND what specifically is causing it (I'm looking for a proper name here):
[link to farm9.staticflickr.com]
This photograph was taken on March 13, 1955.

It may not seem like this is enough information to answer the questions, but to a resourceful GLP'er there is already more than enough info here to figure it out. The date might seem like a distractor once you have the correct answer, but I put it out there to help you narrow down the possible sources. Have fun. If no one figures out the answer by tomorrow, I'll give a clue on how to find the answer. I was a bit sloppy in putting this together though, so I may have left a bread crum for those who are particularly clever.
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a picture of space and its photoshopped.
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I have yet to see a full and correct answer. I'm not just asking what the phenomenon is, but the proper name of what is specifically causing it in this particular case. That requires more digging to confirm.
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Again with the "proper name" hhhhhmmmmmm

The Magellan effect?

I'm still looking!
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It looks a bit like a "Schmidt ghost"
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This seems to be from a reflection telescope, like a ghosting of the inside of the telescope... Sorry I don't know the fancy term for it since I'm no expert. But I do believe it is a reflection of the telescope's internals.

Diffraction Spikes?!?

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I know the answers but am too modest to say.
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Type Ia Supernova
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gravitational collapse nebula?
Just one any....

The first symptom of stupidity is to think that we already know everything...

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How about just telling us? Fuck's sake.
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He just wants as many people to come in here as possible to show himself that he's smarter than everybody else.

Shove your free month up your ass.
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Actually I'm trying to encourage people to use primary source materials and other resources to find the answers to things they see in places like google sky and can't identify.
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Then why don't you just teach them how to do it instead of acting like some superior jackass?

You can make all the excuses you like, this is purely for your ego.
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GAMMA RAY BURST !!! (my answer 1dunno1)

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Spider Nebula.
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Let me make the offer more enticing. I will upgrade you for 3 months if you can identify the exact film plate that this image comes from. Yes, if you do it right it is possible to be specific about that, and it should be part of the solution if you find it without just guessing at it. If however the original question I asked is answered first without this bonus part, this bonus is null and void.

This bonus itself contains a kind of hint, doesn't it?
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That, my dear friends, is the only known valid photo of the "Q" Cotinuum.

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A plume image of a dispersing ring anomaly at a specific phase angle?
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nebula condensed.
double pulsar?
Just one any....

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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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This is an image of "Big Bang" remnants and a perihelion passage of a comet. It appears as bright object combined with background radiation and the "broken" appearance is because the image is being combined/created from multiple sources. The image is basically a mosaic of images captured by multiple radio telescopes known as radio interferometry.

That's my theory anyways...
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ok I'll take a stab, It's an picture of the reflection of the inetrnals of the telescope caused by the shutter being open too long.
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Gods used condom
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Thank God it broke, or we wouldn't be here!
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Let me make the offer more enticing. I will upgrade you for 3 months if you can identify the exact film plate that this image comes from. Yes, if you do it right it is possible to be specific about that, and it should be part of the solution if you find it without just guessing at it. If however the original question I asked is answered first without this bonus part, this bonus is null and void.

This bonus itself contains a kind of hint, doesn't it?
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20 inch astrograph
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electron diffraction pattern form an o-ring in space?
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It'a conundrum wrapped in an enigma man!!
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it's some sort of artifact, or fault in the taking of the image. i'm getting there slowly. very slowly.

there's a definite shape i'm seeing, put it that way.

something the photographer did, either intentionally or not, caused that. did he take a photo as he was zooming in or out? I'm seeing one square inside another square
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Type Ia Supernova
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Sorry didn't answer the second part

Two normal stars are in a binary pair.
The more massive star becomes a giant which spills gas onto the secondary star, causing it to expand and become engulfed.
The secondary, lighter star and the core of the giant star spiral inward within a common envelope.
The common envelope is ejected, while the seperation between the core and the secondary star decreases.
The remaining core of the giant collapses and becomes a white dwarf.
The aging companion star starts swelling, spilling gas onto the white dwarf.
The white dwarf's mass increases until it reaches a critical mass and explodes causing the companion star to be ejected away.
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Let me make the offer more enticing. I will upgrade you for 3 months if you can identify the exact film plate that this image comes from. Yes, if you do it right it is possible to be specific about that, and it should be part of the solution if you find it without just guessing at it. If however the original question I asked is answered first without this bonus part, this bonus is null and void.

This bonus itself contains a kind of hint, doesn't it?
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20 inch astrograph
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Not telescope type, film plate, as in the specific film plate identifier.
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it's caused by ionized nitrogen
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Let me make the offer more enticing. I will upgrade you for 3 months if you can identify the exact film plate that this image comes from. Yes, if you do it right it is possible to be specific about that, and it should be part of the solution if you find it without just guessing at it. If however the original question I asked is answered first without this bonus part, this bonus is null and void.

This bonus itself contains a kind of hint, doesn't it?
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20 inch astrograph
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Not telescope type, film plate, as in the specific film plate identifier.
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The film plate identifier is a series of numbers and letters...
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