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UFO recorded by NASA's Deep Impact spacecraft, scouting the comet ISON (WATCH IN FULL SCREEN).

 
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Re: UFO recorded by NASA's Deep Impact spacecraft, scouting the comet ISON (WATCH IN FULL SCREEN).
Alright challenge.

See how many websites are dedicated to something travelling with comet ISON, I know I have already seen at least one.

Maybe Peter Hoagland has something (haven't checked yet)
[link to www.enterprisemission.com]

He is an old NASA employee, that now just informs the puplic on 19.5 and hyperdimensional, as well as space things.

Also found a site that seems to have a little too much info,
[link to www.newscientist.com]

Hey, don't sweat the small stuff. They just do not know where to place such information or the subconscious isn't getting through to the conscious,YET.

Shit is coming at us from every angle or degree.

Soon we will have no choices.

Unless you begin to think.
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Shit is ALWAYS coming at us from the capstone angle and the 33 degree, if you catch my drift.
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Glad I am not the only one that noticed that!
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Re: UFO recorded by NASA's Deep Impact spacecraft, scouting the comet ISON (WATCH IN FULL SCREEN).
There are nine objects traveling with this comet. You can spot them on another video on you tube titled Wow! first video of comet Ison or something like that. I have them mapped out, but I had to study the video for a while to find the other 2 or 3 the individual missed that made the you tube video. DR astro shill tried to say that they are hot pixels.
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They ARE hot pixels, and the photographer himself confirmed it.

You are such an idiot.
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 Quoting: Dr. Astro


I'm glad you didn't say the object scouting the comet, changing direction and speed, on NASA's video is a "hot pixel".
 Quoting: UndercoverAlien


It is. You can see that it's literally a single pixel, it shows no point spread function the way a real object would in the image.
[link to epoxi.umd.edu]
There are at least two additional hot pixels in the bottom left quadrant as well which "move" in perfect sync. The motion is due to aligning each image on the comet. Whereas the hot pixels were stationary in the raw images, after aligning on the comet they show the spacecraft's own motion over then 3+ hour imaging session.
[link to epoxi.umd.edu]
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Re: UFO recorded by NASA's Deep Impact spacecraft, scouting the comet ISON (WATCH IN FULL SCREEN).
Put the pixel down .

LOL

It does not follow the characteristics of a bad ccd pixel,
as I understand cameras and have indeed replaced bad CCDs in cameras because they were bad.

They are either intermittent in the exact same spot or permanently 'on'.

Hot seems to indicate new terminologies that are not flying with that comet currently.

CCD electronics are not intermittent and random in a localized area of screen.

My senses tell me this entity's theory is correct.
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Re: UFO recorded by NASA's Deep Impact spacecraft, scouting the comet ISON (WATCH IN FULL SCREEN).
Put the pixel down .

LOL

It does not follow the characteristics of a bad ccd pixel,
as I understand cameras and have indeed replaced bad CCDs in cameras because they were bad.

They are either intermittent in the exact same spot or permanently 'on'.

Hot seems to indicate new terminologies that are not flying with that comet currently.

CCD electronics are not intermittent and random in a localized area of screen.

My senses tell me this entity's theory is correct.
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Try actually reading what I fucking wrote. They are in the same spot. The images are aligned on the comet in post processing.
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Re: UFO recorded by NASA's Deep Impact spacecraft, scouting the comet ISON (WATCH IN FULL SCREEN).
That may be.

And that last site was dud i posted.
errr

Ever since Panasonic came out with the tech to center images,
things will never be the same - LOL

So it is indeterminable, unless original camera is recording in a black room, and played back, will we ever really know.
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Keep your emotions in check, this is only an expedition at fact finding.

We posted at the same moment

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Keep your emotions in check, this is only an expedition at fact finding.

We posted at the same moment

LOL Check?
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Keep your ignorant remarks in check. Try actually reading what it is you're responding to so you don't make me waste my time repeating myself.
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Re: UFO recorded by NASA's Deep Impact spacecraft, scouting the comet ISON (WATCH IN FULL SCREEN).
That may be.

And that last site was dud i posted.
errr

Ever since Panasonic came out with the tech to center images,
things will never be the same - LOL

So it is indeterminable, unless original camera is recording in a black room, and played back, will we ever really know.
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Holy hell you're ignorant. Again, the alignment on the comet is done in POST PROCESSING! Not by the fucking camera!
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Alright, now try to calm yourself, YOU MAY BE RIGHT.

Because i do not respond the way you expect, doesn't mean shit.

All Good Astromut.

I don't think its funny, because your upset - enough
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and yes, a page changed on me, and i missed your post, until we both see eye to eye.

I actually agree with you.

Lets not go shoulder to shoulder and see who fears the circling.
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Re: UFO recorded by NASA's Deep Impact spacecraft, scouting the comet ISON (WATCH IN FULL SCREEN).
There are nine objects traveling with this comet. You can spot them on another video on you tube titled Wow! first video of comet Ison or something like that. I have them mapped out, but I had to study the video for a while to find the other 2 or 3 the individual missed that made the you tube video. DR astro shill tried to say that they are hot pixels.
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They ARE hot pixels, and the photographer himself confirmed it.

You are such an idiot.
[link to www.godlikeproductions.com]
 Quoting: Dr. Astro


I'm glad you didn't say the object scouting the comet, changing direction and speed, on NASA's video is a "hot pixel".
 Quoting: UndercoverAlien


It is. You can see that it's literally a single pixel, it shows no point spread function the way a real object would in the image.
[link to epoxi.umd.edu]
There are at least two additional hot pixels in the bottom left quadrant as well which "move" in perfect sync. The motion is due to aligning each image on the comet. Whereas the hot pixels were stationary in the raw images, after aligning on the comet they show the spacecraft's own motion over then 3+ hour imaging session.
[link to epoxi.umd.edu]
 Quoting: Dr. Astro


Buddy, just because you said it's a "hot pixel" using a bunch of redundant rhetoric, it doesn't mean I don't know what I saw.

I challenge you or anybody else here to extract the sequence where the UFO appears frame by frame, pinpointing its route, marking stars as a reference point and tell that's not a moving object faster than the comet.

I took ONLY 6 frames, filtered the noise and pinpointed it
using some stars as reference, to show anyone here that your "hot pixel" is traveling ahead of the comet.

[link to imageupper.com]
[link to imageupper.com]
[link to imageupper.com]
[link to imageupper.com]
[link to imageupper.com]
[link to imageupper.com]

If anyone here has the patience to analyze all the sequence frame by frame and clean up the noise, will see the "hot pixel" moving as an intelligent controlled object.

Last Edited by UndercoverAlien on 02/08/2013 12:33 PM
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They ARE hot pixels, and the photographer himself confirmed it.

You are such an idiot.
[link to www.godlikeproductions.com]
 Quoting: Dr. Astro


I'm glad you didn't say the object scouting the comet, changing direction and speed, on NASA's video is a "hot pixel".
 Quoting: UndercoverAlien


It is. You can see that it's literally a single pixel, it shows no point spread function the way a real object would in the image.
[link to epoxi.umd.edu]
There are at least two additional hot pixels in the bottom left quadrant as well which "move" in perfect sync. The motion is due to aligning each image on the comet. Whereas the hot pixels were stationary in the raw images, after aligning on the comet they show the spacecraft's own motion over then 3+ hour imaging session.
[link to epoxi.umd.edu]
 Quoting: Dr. Astro


Buddy, just because you said it's a "hot pixel" using a bunch of redundant rhetoric, it doesn't mean I don't know what I saw.

I challenge you or anybody else here to extract the sequence where the UFO appears frame by frame, pinpointing it's route, marking stars as a reference point and tell that's not a moving object faster than the comet.
 Quoting: UndercoverAlien

Again, it's clear that you don't understand how these images are processed. I do. I've been doing astrophotography for 13 years now. The hot pixels are stationary, they only appear to move after the images are registered on the comet.
If anyone here has the patience to analyze all the sequence frame by frame and clean up the noise, will see the "hot pixel" moving as an intelligent controlled object.
 Quoting: op

Those aren't the raw images, those have already been aligned on the comet. The hot pixels only show the spacecraft's rotation during the imaging session.

By the way genius, if this is a real object, why the fuck doesn't it show a point spread function? Hmmm?

Last Edited by Dr. Astro on 02/08/2013 12:35 PM
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I'm glad you didn't say the object scouting the comet, changing direction and speed, on NASA's video is a "hot pixel".
 Quoting: UndercoverAlien


It is. You can see that it's literally a single pixel, it shows no point spread function the way a real object would in the image.
[link to epoxi.umd.edu]
There are at least two additional hot pixels in the bottom left quadrant as well which "move" in perfect sync. The motion is due to aligning each image on the comet. Whereas the hot pixels were stationary in the raw images, after aligning on the comet they show the spacecraft's own motion over then 3+ hour imaging session.
[link to epoxi.umd.edu]
 Quoting: Dr. Astro


Buddy, just because you said it's a "hot pixel" using a bunch of redundant rhetoric, it doesn't mean I don't know what I saw.

I challenge you or anybody else here to extract the sequence where the UFO appears frame by frame, pinpointing it's route, marking stars as a reference point and tell that's not a moving object faster than the comet.
 Quoting: UndercoverAlien

Again, it's clear that you don't understand how these images are processed. I do. I've been doing astrophotography for 13 years now. The hot pixels are stationary, they only appear to move after the images are registered on the comet.
If anyone here has the patience to analyze all the sequence frame by frame and clean up the noise, will see the "hot pixel" moving as an intelligent controlled object.
 Quoting: op

Those aren't the raw images, those have already been aligned on the comet. The hot pixels only show the spacecraft's rotation during the imaging session.

By the way genius, if this is a real object, why the fuck doesn't it show a point spread function? Hmmm?
 Quoting: Dr. Astro


Much by the opposite I'm far from being a genius, and know shit about "astrophotography", but I'm not blind, neither stupid and tnks to Photoshop I can remove some 95% of noise from any image that grainy, and still keep an exposure good enough to distinguish the objects from the bad pixels and other artifacts. Nothing that demands profound skills and I tell you this: Even after you clean up the image, the UFO is still there.

Not to mention that it emits intermittent pulses in the footage and I never saw bad pixels doing it.

[link to l80i.img-up.net]
[link to b87i.img-up.net]

I don't even know why I'm arguing with you. It doesn't matter if that thing is intelligently controlled. You won't even admit the slight possibility, because we all know for what team you play.

It doesn't matter either if you use all terms of the encyclopedia galactic of astrophotography, for shilling it down. It's still not a bad pixel or image artifact.
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Keep your emotions in check, this is only an expedition at fact finding.

We posted at the same moment

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Keep your ignorant remarks in check. Try actually reading what it is you're responding to so you don't make me waste my time repeating myself.
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Astro has never been able to keep from using baiting and thugary as a shield from what "he" truly is here.
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It is. You can see that it's literally a single pixel, it shows no point spread function the way a real object would in the image.
[link to epoxi.umd.edu]
There are at least two additional hot pixels in the bottom left quadrant as well which "move" in perfect sync. The motion is due to aligning each image on the comet. Whereas the hot pixels were stationary in the raw images, after aligning on the comet they show the spacecraft's own motion over then 3+ hour imaging session.
[link to epoxi.umd.edu]
 Quoting: Dr. Astro


Buddy, just because you said it's a "hot pixel" using a bunch of redundant rhetoric, it doesn't mean I don't know what I saw.

I challenge you or anybody else here to extract the sequence where the UFO appears frame by frame, pinpointing it's route, marking stars as a reference point and tell that's not a moving object faster than the comet.
 Quoting: UndercoverAlien

Again, it's clear that you don't understand how these images are processed. I do. I've been doing astrophotography for 13 years now. The hot pixels are stationary, they only appear to move after the images are registered on the comet.
If anyone here has the patience to analyze all the sequence frame by frame and clean up the noise, will see the "hot pixel" moving as an intelligent controlled object.
 Quoting: op

Those aren't the raw images, those have already been aligned on the comet. The hot pixels only show the spacecraft's rotation during the imaging session.

By the way genius, if this is a real object, why the fuck doesn't it show a point spread function? Hmmm?
 Quoting: Dr. Astro


Much by the opposite I'm far from being a genius, and know shit about "astrophotography", but I'm not blind, neither stupid and tnks to Photoshop I can remove some 95% of noise from any image that grainy, and still keep an exposure good enough to distinguish the objects from the bad pixels and other artifacts. Nothing that demands profound skills and I tell you this: Even after you clean up the image, the UFO is still there.

Not to mention that it emits intermittent pulses in the footage and I never saw bad pixels doing it.

[link to l80i.img-up.net]
[link to b87i.img-up.net]

I don't even know why I'm arguing with you. It doesn't matter if that thing is intelligently controlled. You won't even admit the slight possibility, because we all know for what team you play.

It doesn't matter either if you use all terms of the encyclopedia galactic of astrophotography, for shilling it down. It's still not a bad pixel or image artifact.
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Answer the question, if it's a real object, why doesn't it show a point spread function? And why are you butchering frames from the youtube video rather than looking at the animation I linked you to which is a much cleaner version of the data (though still not raw)?
[link to epoxi.umd.edu]
You seem to assume that "real objects" will be below a certain level on the histogram. False. Hot pixels can be quite bright, but the key is that they do not show a point spread function just as these do not. And no idiot, I'm not a shill, I'm an experienced amateur astronomer and astrophotographer who honestly reports his findings no matter what.
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Buddy, just because you said it's a "hot pixel" using a bunch of redundant rhetoric, it doesn't mean I don't know what I saw.

I challenge you or anybody else here to extract the sequence where the UFO appears frame by frame, pinpointing it's route, marking stars as a reference point and tell that's not a moving object faster than the comet.
 Quoting: UndercoverAlien

Again, it's clear that you don't understand how these images are processed. I do. I've been doing astrophotography for 13 years now. The hot pixels are stationary, they only appear to move after the images are registered on the comet.
If anyone here has the patience to analyze all the sequence frame by frame and clean up the noise, will see the "hot pixel" moving as an intelligent controlled object.
 Quoting: op

Those aren't the raw images, those have already been aligned on the comet. The hot pixels only show the spacecraft's rotation during the imaging session.

By the way genius, if this is a real object, why the fuck doesn't it show a point spread function? Hmmm?
 Quoting: Dr. Astro


Much by the opposite I'm far from being a genius, and know shit about "astrophotography", but I'm not blind, neither stupid and tnks to Photoshop I can remove some 95% of noise from any image that grainy, and still keep an exposure good enough to distinguish the objects from the bad pixels and other artifacts. Nothing that demands profound skills and I tell you this: Even after you clean up the image, the UFO is still there.

Not to mention that it emits intermittent pulses in the footage and I never saw bad pixels doing it.

[link to l80i.img-up.net]
[link to b87i.img-up.net]

I don't even know why I'm arguing with you. It doesn't matter if that thing is intelligently controlled. You won't even admit the slight possibility, because we all know for what team you play.

It doesn't matter either if you use all terms of the encyclopedia galactic of astrophotography, for shilling it down. It's still not a bad pixel or image artifact.
 Quoting: UndercoverAlien


Answer the question, if it's a real object, why doesn't it show a point spread function? And why are you butchering frames from the youtube video rather than looking at the animation I linked you to which is a much cleaner version of the data (though still not raw)?
[link to epoxi.umd.edu]
You seem to assume that "real objects" will be below a certain level on the histogram. False. Hot pixels can be quite bright, but the key is that they do not show a point spread function just as these do not. And no idiot, I'm not a shill, I'm an experienced amateur astronomer and astrophotographer who honestly reports his findings no matter what.
 Quoting: Dr. Astro


You should ask NASA, not me, why it doesn't show a "point spread function". They are the ones who always release doctored stuff.

I bet my two cents they have HD images of that comet and everything around it. I don't have access to their raw data, I can't compare with other footage, therefore I don't know the answer you want.

But FYI I didn't "butcher frames from YouTube video", I have the original posted on NASA website and in case you didn't notice I embedded the link in my first posts.

And as long as you just flipped out like an angry menstruating woman, and started personal insults, you can go fuck yourself with a space dildo, astroshill!!

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You should ask NASA, not me, why it doesn't show a "point spread function". They are the ones who always release doctored stuff.
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Wrong, it means it's not a real object. You claim it is, real objects show point spread functions, hot pixels do not. Do the math.
But FYI I didn't "butcher frames from YouTube video", I have the original posted on NASA website and in case you didn't notice I embedded the link in my first posts.
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Well then you butchered it beyond all recognition. The originals on their site clearly show a dancing hot pixel without a point spread function. There is plenty of footage out there to compare it to, and plenty which shows the same phenomenon of moving hot pixels when the images are aligned on a comet in the image.
And as long as you just flipped out like an angry menstruating woman, and started personal insults, you can go fuck yourself with a space dildo, astroshill!!
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You want to resort to insults? Fine. You're a fucking idiot who can't tell the difference between a "UFO" and a hot pixel. Here idiot, what is this, a hot pixel or a UFO?

Fucking idiots like you are why entire cults form, fuck up their lives and kill themselves over stupid shit like this.
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Is it just me or is that from the filming not from real life?
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it's not a ufo!!! It's Superman leaving the planet krypton???
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You should ask NASA, not me, why it doesn't show a "point spread function". They are the ones who always release doctored stuff.
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Wrong, it means it's not a real object. You claim it is, real objects show point spread functions, hot pixels do not. Do the math.
But FYI I didn't "butcher frames from YouTube video", I have the original posted on NASA website and in case you didn't notice I embedded the link in my first posts.
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Well then you butchered it beyond all recognition. The originals on their site clearly show a dancing hot pixel without a point spread function. There is plenty of footage out there to compare it to, and plenty which shows the same phenomenon of moving hot pixels when the images are aligned on a comet in the image.
And as long as you just flipped out like an angry menstruating woman, and started personal insults, you can go fuck yourself with a space dildo, astroshill!!
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You want to resort to insults? Fine. You're a fucking idiot who can't tell the difference between a "UFO" and a hot pixel. Here idiot, what is this, a hot pixel or a UFO?

Fucking idiots like you are why entire cults form, fuck up their lives and kill themselves over stupid shit like this.
 Quoting: Dr. Astro


Apparently YOU don't know the difference between a UFO and a hot pixel, because the dot you highlighted in your video is CLEARLY moving back and forth and the object I highlighted in my video is moving forward within a timelapse of 36 hrs following the same trajectory of the comet.

You started insulting everybody here who disagree with your "hot pixel" bullshit, I just hit back instead of offering the other face.

You gotta be way too pretentious if you believe that people can fucking see the difference between the moving dot in my video and the one in yours.

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You should ask NASA, not me, why it doesn't show a "point spread function". They are the ones who always release doctored stuff.
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Wrong, it means it's not a real object. You claim it is, real objects show point spread functions, hot pixels do not. Do the math.
But FYI I didn't "butcher frames from YouTube video", I have the original posted on NASA website and in case you didn't notice I embedded the link in my first posts.
 Quoting: UA

Well then you butchered it beyond all recognition. The originals on their site clearly show a dancing hot pixel without a point spread function. There is plenty of footage out there to compare it to, and plenty which shows the same phenomenon of moving hot pixels when the images are aligned on a comet in the image.
And as long as you just flipped out like an angry menstruating woman, and started personal insults, you can go fuck yourself with a space dildo, astroshill!!
 Quoting: UA

You want to resort to insults? Fine. You're a fucking idiot who can't tell the difference between a "UFO" and a hot pixel. Here idiot, what is this, a hot pixel or a UFO?

Fucking idiots like you are why entire cults form, fuck up their lives and kill themselves over stupid shit like this.
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Apparently YOU don't know the difference between a UFO and a hot pixel, because the dot you highlighted in your video is CLEARLY moving back and forth and the object I highlighted in my video is moving
 Quoting: UndercoverAlien

Back and forth as well.
[link to epoxi.umd.edu]
Its direction of travel is irrelevant. It has nothing to do with whether or not it's a hot pixel; these images have been aligned on the stars or on the comet, so the hot pixel will show the telescope/spacecraft's motion relative to those over the course of the timelapse. That can be ANY direction. The key is that it is a single pixel without a point spread function.
You gotta be way too pretentious if you believe that people can fucking see the difference between the moving dot in my video and the one in yours.
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There is no substantive difference.

Last Edited by Dr. Astro on 02/12/2013 09:55 AM
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Hey, maybe somebody doing a little probing that's all.
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You should ask NASA, not me, why it doesn't show a "point spread function". They are the ones who always release doctored stuff.
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Wrong, it means it's not a real object. You claim it is, real objects show point spread functions, hot pixels do not. Do the math.
But FYI I didn't "butcher frames from YouTube video", I have the original posted on NASA website and in case you didn't notice I embedded the link in my first posts.
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Well then you butchered it beyond all recognition. The originals on their site clearly show a dancing hot pixel without a point spread function. There is plenty of footage out there to compare it to, and plenty which shows the same phenomenon of moving hot pixels when the images are aligned on a comet in the image.
And as long as you just flipped out like an angry menstruating woman, and started personal insults, you can go fuck yourself with a space dildo, astroshill!!
 Quoting: UA

You want to resort to insults? Fine. You're a fucking idiot who can't tell the difference between a "UFO" and a hot pixel. Here idiot, what is this, a hot pixel or a UFO?

Fucking idiots like you are why entire cults form, fuck up their lives and kill themselves over stupid shit like this.
 Quoting: Dr. Astro


Apparently YOU don't know the difference between a UFO and a hot pixel, because the dot you highlighted in your video is CLEARLY moving back and forth and the object I highlighted in my video is moving
 Quoting: UndercoverAlien

Back and forth as well.
[link to epoxi.umd.edu]
Its direction of travel is irrelevant. It has nothing to do with whether or not it's a hot pixel; these images have been aligned on the stars or on the comet, so the hot pixel will show the telescope/spacecraft's motion relative to those over the course of the timelapse. That can be ANY direction. The key is that it is a single pixel without a point spread function.
You gotta be way too pretentious if you believe that people can fucking see the difference between the moving dot in my video and the one in yours.
 Quoting: ua

There is no substantive difference.
 Quoting: Dr. Astro


It is TOTALLY RELEVANT, because you have ZERO evidence to corroborate your statement that the moving dot in the 1st video is not an UFO.

Unless you believe that insulting and cussing at people will convince them otherwise.

A dot moving back and forth 5mm is not the same as a dot moving forward half the frame length.

You can say what you want, unless you show a video of a hot pixel following a comet all the way in the screen, in the same path, within a timelapse of one day and a half, that won't be a hot pixel just because you said.
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Wrong, it means it's not a real object. You claim it is, real objects show point spread functions, hot pixels do not. Do the math.
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Well then you butchered it beyond all recognition. The originals on their site clearly show a dancing hot pixel without a point spread function. There is plenty of footage out there to compare it to, and plenty which shows the same phenomenon of moving hot pixels when the images are aligned on a comet in the image.
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You want to resort to insults? Fine. You're a fucking idiot who can't tell the difference between a "UFO" and a hot pixel. Here idiot, what is this, a hot pixel or a UFO?

Fucking idiots like you are why entire cults form, fuck up their lives and kill themselves over stupid shit like this.
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Apparently YOU don't know the difference between a UFO and a hot pixel, because the dot you highlighted in your video is CLEARLY moving back and forth and the object I highlighted in my video is moving
 Quoting: UndercoverAlien

Back and forth as well.
[link to epoxi.umd.edu]
Its direction of travel is irrelevant. It has nothing to do with whether or not it's a hot pixel; these images have been aligned on the stars or on the comet, so the hot pixel will show the telescope/spacecraft's motion relative to those over the course of the timelapse. That can be ANY direction. The key is that it is a single pixel without a point spread function.
You gotta be way too pretentious if you believe that people can fucking see the difference between the moving dot in my video and the one in yours.
 Quoting: ua

There is no substantive difference.
 Quoting: Dr. Astro


It is TOTALLY RELEVANT, because you have ZERO evidence to corroborate your statement that the moving dot in the 1st video is not an UFO.
 Quoting: UndercoverAlien

Wrong. It is irrelevant. Hot pixels can move in any direction in an animation such as this where the images are aligned on the comet or stars in post. The only relevant issue is that the hot pixels lack a point spread function. That proves that they are not any real object at all but are simply noise in the camera. ANY real object, I don't care if it's a spacecraft, a UFO, or a Tardis, will show a point spread function in the image, just like the comet, just like the stars in the image.
Unless you believe that insulting and cussing at people will convince them otherwise.
 Quoting: ua

No, I think pointing out that it lacks a point spread function and showing other examples will convince them otherwise.
A dot moving back and forth 5mm is not the same as a dot moving forward half the frame length.
 Quoting: ua

The extent to which it moves is irrelevant. It can move any arbitrary distance.
You can say what you want, unless you show a video of a hot pixel following a comet all the way in the screen, in the same path, within a timelapse of one day and a half, that won't be a hot pixel just because you said.
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None of what you said has ANY relevance to whether or not it's a hot pixel. It just shows your extreme ignorance of the matter. No point spread function, not a real object. End of story. It doesn't matter if it fucking moves like a goddamn mexican jumping bean. I already showed an equivalent example. It does not matter if it's not good enough for you personally or not. You are simply wrong. There is no substantive difference.
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Another example, and this time some idiots on youtube actually do think they're "UFOs" or "companions." They're hot pixels. The photographer himself confirmed it.

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See how many websites are dedicated to something travelling with comet ISON, I know I have already seen at least one.
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Why would that matter?
If you multiply BS, all you get in the end is one big heap of steaming manure.

It's like saying that more people believing in Allah than in YHWH is evidence that Allah is the One True God.
(IOW, the Argumentum ad populum logical fallacy. [link to yourlogicalfallacyis.com] )

Maybe Peter Hoagland [..]
He is an old NASA employee,
 Quoting: Dander 2181128

So he likes to insinuate.
Hoagie and reality separated their ways a long time ago.

this is only an expedition at fact finding.
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You need a lot more practice.
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It is TOTALLY RELEVANT, because you have ZERO evidence to corroborate your statement that the moving dot in the 1st video is not an UFO.
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Since he's already proven it is a hot pixel that is a really dumb thing to say.
All we get from you is you NOT UNDERSTANDING the evidence.

Guess what?
Your ignorance only proofs something about you.
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See how many websites are dedicated to something travelling with comet ISON, I know I have already seen at least one.
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Why would that matter?
If you multiply BS, all you get in the end is one big heap of steaming manure.

It's like saying that more people believing in Allah than in YHWH is evidence that Allah is the One True God.
(IOW, the Argumentum ad populum logical fallacy. [link to yourlogicalfallacyis.com] )

Maybe Peter Hoagland [..]
He is an old NASA employee,
 Quoting: Dander 2181128

So he likes to insinuate.
Hoagie and reality separated their ways a long time ago.

this is only an expedition at fact finding.
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You need a lot more practice.
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It is TOTALLY RELEVANT, because you have ZERO evidence to corroborate your statement that the moving dot in the 1st video is not an UFO.
 Quoting: UndercoverAlien

Since he's already proven it is a hot pixel that is a really dumb thing to say.
All we get from you is you NOT UNDERSTANDING the evidence.

Guess what?
Your ignorance only proofs something about you.
book
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Who proved that dot on NASA's video is a hot pixel??? Astroshill with his back-and-forth dot and his personal insults of a drunk whore???

That's irrefutable proof...

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I'm fucking done with arguing with shills. As far as I'm concerned ya'll can put your heads into each others ass and make a train. Fucking tools!

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