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WAIT... Could isons trajectory be a cover up?

 
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I'm sorry...a billion-dollar telescope that can not compensate for movement? Really? The background is stable.
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"When Hubble is being re-aimed from one object to another, it moves very, very slowly. Other gyroscopes help keep the telescope pointed steadily at its target."
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I'm sorry...a billion-dollar telescope that can not compensate for movement? Really? The background is stable.
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sigh. There is the background, and the foreground. They can focus on one or the other.
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Astro - I have commented to you and about you several times, always saying the same things. You are smart, you know your shit, and you always ALWAYS take the time to answer and explain. I value your posts a lot. I do not have the knowledge you do about these things, so I do rely on your posts! Please don't let people like the ones bashing you in this thread get you down for even a second. I am sorry the bashers seem to always outnumber the fans. Keep it up - and i CANT wait to see what this debunking project you are working on is!!!!!
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Astro - I have commented to you and about you several times, always saying the same things. You are smart, you know your shit, and you always ALWAYS take the time to answer and explain. I value your posts a lot. I do not have the knowledge you do about these things, so I do rely on your posts! Please don't let people like the ones bashing you in this thread get you down for even a second. I am sorry the bashers seem to always outnumber the fans. Keep it up - and i CANT wait to see what this debunking project you are working on is!!!!!
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Wipe your chin, green girl.
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Astro - I have commented to you and about you several times, always saying the same things. You are smart, you know your shit, and you always ALWAYS take the time to answer and explain. I value your posts a lot. I do not have the knowledge you do about these things, so I do rely on your posts! Please don't let people like the ones bashing you in this thread get you down for even a second. I am sorry the bashers seem to always outnumber the fans. Keep it up - and i CANT wait to see what this debunking project you are working on is!!!!!
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Wipe your chin, green girl.
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LOL!!applause2
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didnt nasa or "science" even come out and say they arent 100% that ison is a comet? dont tell astro that
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I'm sorry...a billion-dollar telescope that can not compensate for movement? Really? The background is stable.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 45316232


"When Hubble is being re-aimed from one object to another, it moves very, very slowly. Other gyroscopes help keep the telescope pointed steadily at its target."
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EXACTLY. Too the post mentioning the foreground and the background you think that NASA would focus on the comet, and not worry about the blurred background lol..
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QUESTION: HOW do we know, exactly, if ISON is doing anything strange/abnormal, if all we are relying on are terrestrial-based amateur scopes looking at it presently?
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Non-sequitur. What do amateur telescopes have to do with it? So what? Who cares? I find it fucking hilarious that you people suddenly don't trust amateur data, only professionals, the very same professionals you automatically distrust when you don't realize there's amateur data available. Fucking hilarious hypocrisy.
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Why haven't they released the photos from deep impact imaging August 9 & 10?
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QUESTION: HOW do we know, exactly, if ISON is doing anything strange/abnormal, if all we are relying on are terrestrial-based amateur scopes looking at it presently?
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Non-sequitur. What do amateur telescopes have to do with it? So what? Who cares? I find it fucking hilarious that you people suddenly don't trust amateur data, only professionals, the very same professionals you automatically distrust when you don't realize there's amateur data available. Fucking hilarious hypocrisy.
 Quoting: Dr. Astro


Why haven't they released the photos from deep impact imaging August 9 & 10?
 Quoting: NewThor


good call out Thor! there is obviously a handful of things that = wtf nasa on this one.
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I still haven't heard anyone address the fact that this ''comet'' appears to be in three distinct segments, as if it's broken up.

It does not look like a typical comet.

WHY?
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if astro and the other amateurs says its where it's supposed to be, it's where it's supposed to be
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I still haven't heard anyone address the fact that this ''comet'' appears to be in three distinct segments, as if it's broken up.

It does not look like a typical comet.

WHY?
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that has been addressed heavly. Thread: Yes, the parallax seen in the Hubble images is NORMAL.
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I still haven't heard anyone address the fact that this ''comet'' appears to be in three distinct segments, as if it's broken up.

It does not look like a typical comet.

WHY?
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that has been addressed heavly. Thread: Yes, the parallax seen in the Hubble images is NORMAL.
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Thank you!
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QUESTION: HOW do we know, exactly, if ISON is doing anything strange/abnormal, if all we are relying on are terrestrial-based amateur scopes looking at it presently?
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Non-sequitur. What do amateur telescopes have to do with it? So what? Who cares? I find it fucking hilarious that you people suddenly don't trust amateur data, only professionals, the very same professionals you automatically distrust when you don't realize there's amateur data available. Fucking hilarious hypocrisy.
 Quoting: Dr. Astro


Why haven't they released the photos from deep impact imaging August 9 & 10?
 Quoting: NewThor
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QUESTION: HOW do we know, exactly, if ISON is doing anything strange/abnormal, if all we are relying on are terrestrial-based amateur scopes looking at it presently?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 27913998


Non-sequitur. What do amateur telescopes have to do with it? So what? Who cares? I find it fucking hilarious that you people suddenly don't trust amateur data, only professionals, the very same professionals you automatically distrust when you don't realize there's amateur data available. Fucking hilarious hypocrisy.
 Quoting: Dr. Astro


Why haven't they released the photos from deep impact imaging August 9 & 10?
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 Quoting: NewThor


Well I told you what I know back on one of your threads yesterday.
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Non-sequitur. What do amateur telescopes have to do with it? So what? Who cares? I find it fucking hilarious that you people suddenly don't trust amateur data, only professionals, the very same professionals you automatically distrust when you don't realize there's amateur data available. Fucking hilarious hypocrisy.
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Why haven't they released the photos from deep impact imaging August 9 & 10?
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Well I told you what I know back on one of your threads yesterday.
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Which one?

I've been busy at work and haven't been able to keep up.
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Why haven't they released the photos from deep impact imaging August 9 & 10?
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Well I told you what I know back on one of your threads yesterday.
 Quoting: Dr. Astro


Which one?

I've been busy at work and haven't been able to keep up.
 Quoting: NewThor


Honestly I don't remember which one. It's been crazy the last few days. I'm going to shoot Dr. Farnham another email anyway when I have time to see what's up. I know EPOXI is low on the Deep Space Network priority list though. The stuff trickles in and then needs a ton of processing just to be presentable. Dr. Farnham outline all the various issues in an email to me some months back, which is what I posted in response to wherever you asked me this question before.
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So Astro...have you seen the flying V pictures of the " comet" yet?

Are you still saying it's a real comet?
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08/21/2013 03:36 PM

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As I note in my latest video...

Amateur Astronomers found ISON 2 weeks before NASA thought they would....so....
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Yep, I smell a huge nasty festering rat, something is up.
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lookie here

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i think this is it! please debunk these photos Astro. if you can. because it seems most legit ive seen.

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As I note in my latest video...

Amateur Astronomers found ISON 2 weeks before NASA thought they would....so....
 Quoting: NewThor


Yep, I smell a huge nasty festering rat, something is up.
 Quoting: Veresanctus


lookie here

ratdance

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 Quoting: FreakObserver

Wtf is that.... wtf

i think this is it! please debunk these photos Astro. if you can. because it seems most legit ive seen.

 Quoting: webbyBird

Will watch but I heard BPearthwatch lies so not to interested
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So Astro...have you seen the flying V pictures of the " comet" yet?

Are you still saying it's a real comet?
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[link to www.youtube.com]
Yes, it's a comet.
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