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Comet ISON Time Lapse in Infrared as well as Visible Light!!!!

 
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Aye' Astro...I'm having trouble on what to think of this matter, Nasa says it won't hit, but other do...What do you know? Or think?...(I apologize for posting on a seperate thread, I just didn't know how to get a hold of you otherwise)




Thread: 2012 DA14 WILL hit earth.. Confirmed.
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Aye' Astro...I'm having trouble on what to think of this matter, Nasa says it won't hit, but other do...What do you know? Or think?...(I apologize for posting on a seperate thread, I just didn't know how to get a hold of you otherwise)




Thread: 2012 DA14 WILL hit earth.. Confirmed.
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It's not going to hit us.
And on a completely unrelated note, there is still no chance that 2012 DA14 will hit earth or the moon on the 15th, even when generating the uncertainty region using only amateur data:

 Quoting: Dr. Astro

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Everytime something like this happens, you're the first one I come to Astro...I can't thank you enough for your support... <3
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These telescopes can film a grapefruit far away or to photograph ants walking in the moon surface, but these are good images anyway.

Folks, wait until next September-October to watch this cosmic animal ravaging Mars during its close passage.
Listen to McCanney: [link to jmccsci.com]
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There aren't any. Pete's images showed hot pixels.
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Im not talking about Pete's pics, Im talking about a newly released video that has been posted on youtube. You have to really study the video to see them, but they are there traveling at the same speed and same direction. I don't think 9 hot pixels would be spread out on the video traveling at the same speed and in the same direction.
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I think I saw a video of it as well here. Can obviously see some other objects moving around.

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That's Pete's images. They're hot pixels. He personally confirmed it.
 Quoting: Dr. Astro


ok Astro, little test for you. Take a screen shot of the video and mark where the hot pixels are supposed to be on the Wow! first video of comet ison and post back.
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Im not talking about Pete's pics, Im talking about a newly released video that has been posted on youtube. You have to really study the video to see them, but they are there traveling at the same speed and same direction. I don't think 9 hot pixels would be spread out on the video traveling at the same speed and in the same direction.
 Quoting: Captaininyourface 33839614


I think I saw a video of it as well here. Can obviously see some other objects moving around.

 Quoting: Snuffielover


That's Pete's images. They're hot pixels. He personally confirmed it.
 Quoting: Dr. Astro


ok Astro, little test for you. Take a screen shot of the video and mark where the hot pixels are supposed to be on the Wow! first video of comet ison and post back.
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"It is definitely noise **** - if I overlay the frames directly, the dots are in the same place. The original frames were dark frame calibrated but I'm guessing the temperature varied throughout the shoot so some got through. I'm on a location shoot at the moment so no access to the originals at the moment but feel free to quote me.

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I think I saw a video of it as well here. Can obviously see some other objects moving around.

 Quoting: Snuffielover


That's Pete's images. They're hot pixels. He personally confirmed it.
 Quoting: Dr. Astro


ok Astro, little test for you. Take a screen shot of the video and mark where the hot pixels are supposed to be on the Wow! first video of comet ison and post back.
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**** - my name
"It is definitely noise **** - if I overlay the frames directly, the dots are in the same place. The original frames were dark frame calibrated but I'm guessing the temperature varied throughout the shoot so some got through. I'm on a location shoot at the moment so no access to the originals at the moment but feel free to quote me.

Pete"
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Not good enough astro, you post the pic where the hot pixels are, or you fail!!!
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That's Pete's images. They're hot pixels. He personally confirmed it.
 Quoting: Dr. Astro


ok Astro, little test for you. Take a screen shot of the video and mark where the hot pixels are supposed to be on the Wow! first video of comet ison and post back.
 Quoting: Captaininyourface 26514372

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**** - my name
"It is definitely noise **** - if I overlay the frames directly, the dots are in the same place. The original frames were dark frame calibrated but I'm guessing the temperature varied throughout the shoot so some got through. I'm on a location shoot at the moment so no access to the originals at the moment but feel free to quote me.

Pete"
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Not good enough astro, you post the pic where the hot pixels are, or you fail!!!
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Oh, so the guy who took the fucking pictures isn't good enough for you? Seriously dude? I'm not going to waste my time pointing out every single hot pixel in his images. THE DUDE WHO TOOK THOSE PICTURES CONFIRMED IT'S JUST NOISE!
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ok Astro, little test for you. Take a screen shot of the video and mark where the hot pixels are supposed to be on the Wow! first video of comet ison and post back.
 Quoting: Captaininyourface 26514372

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Re: Need some assistance
**** - my name
"It is definitely noise **** - if I overlay the frames directly, the dots are in the same place. The original frames were dark frame calibrated but I'm guessing the temperature varied throughout the shoot so some got through. I'm on a location shoot at the moment so no access to the originals at the moment but feel free to quote me.

Pete"
 Quoting: Dr. Astro


Not good enough astro, you post the pic where the hot pixels are, or you fail!!!
 Quoting: Captaininyourface 26514372

Oh, so the guy who took the fucking pictures isn't good enough for you? Seriously dude? I'm not going to waste my time pointing out every single hot pixel in his images. THE DUDE WHO TOOK THOSE PICTURES CONFIRMED IT'S JUST NOISE!
 Quoting: Dr. Astro


Thats the response I expected. Hot pixels dont travel across the screen at the same speed and direction as the comet. Im sure you wont waste your time because you cant prove shit, you have to rely on someone else's word. You need to quit being butt hurt all the time when people call BS on your posts. Maybe do some more research yourself instead of relying on other people.
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Thats the response I expected. Hot pixels dont travel across the screen at the same speed and direction as the comet.
 Quoting: Captaininyourface

The images are aligned on the stars, the hot pixels are stationary but appear to move in the animation after alignment. I know this from personal experience.
Im sure you wont waste your time because you cant prove shit, you have to rely on someone else's word.
 Quoting: Captain

No, but he is the photographer and it's quite telling that you ignore him. Fact is they're hot pixels; they show no point spread function, they are not real objects.

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Alright Astro, I have a few statements and questions...


Did you hear about that atroid that hit russia today?
And if so, did you know about it BEFORE it actually happened?...Where did it come from...That's scary...Not to mention tonight is the night the other astroid is supposedly supposed to pass us by...



And what in the hell is this...Did you read about or heard of the astroid in 2014?...

[link to dsc.discovery.com]






In conclusion...My questions are-

Did you know about the astroid that hit Russia before it actually happened, what was the deal with that?

Is the astroid tonight still going to safely pass us by today, as it's supposed to? But why did a astroid hit in russia the same day one is supposed to miss?

Also, what is the deal with that bullshit astroid in 2014?
That's 2 miles wide?
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Alright Astro, I have a few statements and questions...


Did you hear about that atroid that hit russia today?
And if so, did you know about it BEFORE it actually happened?...Where did it come from...That's scary...Not to mention tonight is the night the other astroid is supposedly supposed to pass us by...
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 4839842

2012 DA14 has already passed the point of closest approach and is now on the way out. The meteor that hit Russia was not detected beforehand; it came from the general direction of the sun and there was no way to find it before it hit.
Also, what is the deal with that bullshit astroid in 2014?
That's 2 miles wide?
 Quoting: AC


That's quite an old discovery. It's pass in 2014 will only be 0.12832 AU. That's quite a bit farther away than 2012 DA14. The thing is when you first discover an asteroid you still have a lot of uncertainty in the orbit and it can lead to open possibilities for impacts at future dates when in reality once you refine the orbit you find it won't even pass all that close.
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I see, I see, thank you, but on the astroid in 2014 that thing is 2 miles wide...That will destroy earth if it hits...Astro...What do you think about it, truly...?
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I see, I see, thank you, but on the astroid in 2014 that thing is 2 miles wide...That will destroy earth if it hits...Astro...What do you think about it, truly...?
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It's not even going to get all that close to us, only 0.12832 AU.
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I'm not familiar with the UA decimals and what not what does that mean?...You keep saying "It's not going to get very close"...That statement and the way you word it scares me astro...I'm used to you saying. "No, everything will be fine" or "It won't hit us." How far away is it REALLY from us...And the way you word it worries me...
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I see, I see, thank you, but on the astroid in 2014 that thing is 2 miles wide...That will destroy earth if it hits...Astro...What do you think about it, truly...?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 4839842


what people need to realise is if Nasa know about it, and they say it WILL miss, miss it WILL!

we go through this shit every single time a rock goes past us, and it all started with Toutatis back in the day.

learn to trust Nasa about the ones they tell us about. wink
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I'm not familiar with the UA decimals and what not what does that mean?...You keep saying "It's not going to get very close"...That statement and the way you word it scares me astro...I'm used to you saying. "No, everything will be fine" or "It won't hit us." How far away is it REALLY from us...And the way you word it worries me...
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That's 19,196,066.7 km. It's over 10% the distance to the sun.
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I'm not familiar with the UA decimals and what not what does that mean?...You keep saying "It's not going to get very close"...That statement and the way you word it scares me astro...I'm used to you saying. "No, everything will be fine" or "It won't hit us." How far away is it REALLY from us...And the way you word it worries me...
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 4839842


it will get nowhere near us.

STOP worrying about this rock. It is harmless. close, in space terms, but harmless.

1 AU is 93 million miles, 0.12832 AU is about 11 and a half million miles
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-sighs-...I know I shouldn't worry about it...But Astro has yet to truly state for 100% sureness... "No, anon, it will not hit us, don't worry about it, take my word for it."
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Hot pixels my hairy ^zz! There are objects Moving at exact same rate of speed and are lower and higher! Hot Pixels would be in same line of trajectory and close to previously eliminated pixels! Camera PRO Here I don't know much about space! But the camera claim is Cr@pol@! Need to Find and track this object again with better camera!!!
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Hot pixels my hairy ^zz! There are objects Moving at exact same rate of speed and are lower and higher! Hot Pixels would be in same line of trajectory and close to previously eliminated pixels! Camera PRO Here I don't know much about space! But the camera claim is Cr@pol@! Need to Find and track this object again with better camera!!!
 Quoting: iBryson


I tracked it with a camera costing thousands of dollars. How many comets have you tracked? I know what I'm talking about. There was nothing moving with the comet.

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Hot pixels my hairy ^zz! There are objects Moving at exact same rate of speed and are lower and higher! Hot Pixels would be in same line of trajectory and close to previously eliminated pixels! Camera PRO Here I don't know much about space! But the camera claim is Cr@pol@! Need to Find and track this object again with better camera!!!
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I tracked it with a camera costing thousands of dollars. How many comets have you tracked? I know what I'm talking about. There was nothing moving with the comet.
 Quoting: Dr. Astro


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Just ignore them and keep up the good work sir. For someone like myself who doesnt have the time or funds yet caries the same passion I enjoy your threads and comments.
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Hi dr. Astro, can you please post a direct link to YouTube. Somehow the embedded video won't play.
Thanks!
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[link to www.youtube.com]
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Nice Dr. Astro. It looks still tiny though. Do you believe it will get as bright ad they say?
Nice music too, what is it?
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Thanks Astro. Some of us do really appreciate what you contribute here, you've quieted my mind about many things in the past. I don't know if it's your area of expertise but do you think we might get your opinion about some of the Sun threads that have been popping up with increasing frequency?
Thread: No protection from sun!!!!why is sun brighter answer page 4
I'd love to hear your input. Thanks again, look forward to more ISON updates in the future!
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 Quoting: Dr. Astro


Nice Dr. Astro. It looks still tiny though. Do you believe it will get as bright ad they say?
Nice music too, what is it?
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Thanks! It is still very dim. Current projections for its peak brightness have decreased a good bit, I am not holding my breath for it being the "great comet" we were originally hoping it would be. I don't know about the music, I just used youtube's new feature of adding royalty free music to my video. Listened to a bunch of awful clips till I heard one I liked that seemed to fit.
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Nice Dr. Astro. It looks still tiny though. Do you believe it will get as bright ad they say?
Nice music too, what is it?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1006073


Thanks! It is still very dim. Current projections for its peak brightness have decreased a good bit, I am not holding my breath for it being the "great comet" we were originally hoping it would be. I don't know about the music, I just used youtube's new feature of adding royalty free music to my video. Listened to a bunch of awful clips till I heard one I liked that seemed to fit.
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Thanks for the info, sounds a bit disappointing though. We will see what the future brings.
All the best with M-hunting!

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