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Mars rover will still snap pics of Ison despite shutdown.

 
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Of ccourse it will. Did everybody think that they would just turn off a multi million dollar peice of equipment and not keep that perticular show on the road.

They are moving it to the other side of mars because Ison is going bye right now. Watch mares from now till after the 7th. In peticular October 4th thru 6th.
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Did you mean to say what you did here? Seriously? They are going to casually move what amounts to a glorified radio control truck to the other side of the planet????



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Image of comet ISON taken on 24 September 2013 by Damian Peach.


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Image of comet ISON taken on 24 September 2013 by Damian Peach.


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Isn't that gorgeous??????
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Unless it conveniently malfunctions.
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THIS^^
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I know, then they have a cover for the cover snap
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Re: Mars rover will still snap pics of Ison despite shutdown.
Greetings:

It's Interesting ... That The "Mars Rover" Will Still Be Taking Pictures ... Considering It Is NOT On Mazar/Mars ... But On Terra/Earth !!

The Termed "Mars Rover" Is No More On Mazar/Mars ... Then It Was ... Of The "Filming" Of The "N.A.S.A. Moon Missions" Being ... On The Moon !!

Currently (As With The "N.A.S.A. Moon Missions") Being Filmed ... In Desert ... As In Studio !!

Farewell For Now !!

ST In BG
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Bad news. Mars rover dropped his camera phone in the toilet and will be unable to take any photos...
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Re: Mars rover will still snap pics of Ison despite shutdown.
Image of comet ISON taken on 24 September 2013 by Damian Peach.


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Isn't that gorgeous??????
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Sure is!!

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Thank God. But you and I know the drone spying will continue.

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Re: Mars rover will still snap pics of Ison despite shutdown.
Of ccourse it will. Did everybody think that they would just turn off a multi million dollar peice of equipment and not keep that perticular show on the road.

They are moving it to the other side of mars because Ison is going bye right now. Watch mares from now till after the 7th. In peticular October 4th thru 6th.
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Did you mean to say what you did here? Seriously? They are going to casually move what amounts to a glorified radio control truck to the other side of the planet????



wtf
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Ok. So if its there and it actually exists yes they are moving it out of harms way. Just like they move ISS when shits inbound they hide it on the safe side of the Sun.

Ison is going to fuck with Mars. Now till October 7th. Then Earthwill start to travel thru its debris and then it will interact with the Sun then Earth will go thru more debris if were all still here by then.

Were going to get pelted. Its has started already. Add this to the fact that we moved into an arm of the Milky Way with alot af debris and what do you get.

Fireballs and asteroids and lots of them for days and mnth and a year and a bit.
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Must be important for them.
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Yes, the info will kill a lot of conspiracy threads thought, I hated to do it, lol.
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Not necessarily...
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Re: Mars rover will still snap pics of Ison despite shutdown.
Of ccourse it will. Did everybody think that they would just turn off a multi million dollar peice of equipment and not keep that perticular show on the road.

They are moving it to the other side of mars because Ison is going bye right now. Watch mares from now till after the 7th. In peticular October 4th thru 6th.
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Did you mean to say what you did here? Seriously? They are going to casually move what amounts to a glorified radio control truck to the other side of the planet????



wtf
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Ok. So if its there and it actually exists yes they are moving it out of harms way. Just like they move ISS when shits inbound they hide it on the safe side of the Sun.

Ison is going to fuck with Mars. Now till October 7th. Then Earthwill start to travel thru its debris and then it will interact with the Sun then Earth will go thru more debris if were all still here by then.
hesright
Were going to get pelted. Its has started already. Add this to the fact that we moved into an arm of the Milky Way with alot af debris and what do you get.

Fireballs and asteroids and lots of them for days and mnth and a year and a bit.
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we're still waiting here: Thread: Where are the HiRise picutres of ISON of September 29, 2013 ????
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We'll sharehf
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wow... 0.07 AUs is really, really close... i d love to see the pictures !!!!!!
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Unless it conveniently malfunctions.
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Re: Mars rover will still snap pics of Ison despite shutdown.
Image of comet ISON taken on 24 September 2013 by Damian Peach.


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hf
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Isn't that gorgeous??????
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Sure is!!

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so is it just me or is anyone else noticing that Ison is wayyyy bigger than eros in that picture.. ???

Eros : 34.4 × 11.2 × 11.2 kilometres
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Re: Mars rover will still snap pics of Ison despite shutdown.
I am sorry to say the way it looks some how they will make a up a reason to say it malfunctioned as it approached mars because of the gravity of or some other bull shit. These guys are so predictable don't think tomorrow will be any diffrent but maybe not. If there is some issue tomorrow that will set off alarms because it will be obvious there is a huge coverup going on. I still think its a space craft or maybe about three craft but thats just me guessing. I guess we will find out soon enough.

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Re: Mars rover will still snap pics of Ison despite shutdown.
Image of comet ISON taken on 24 September 2013 by Damian Peach.


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hf
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Isn't that gorgeous??????
 Quoting: Isis One


Sure is!!

goodnews
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so is it just me or is anyone else noticing that Ison is wayyyy bigger than eros in that picture.. ???

Eros : 34.4 × 11.2 × 11.2 kilometres
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sorry forgot the link lmao
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I am sorry to say the way it looks some how they will make a up a reason to say it malfunctioned as it approached mars because of the gravity of or some other bull shit. These guys are so predictable don't think tomorrow will be any diffrent but maybe not. If there is some issue tomorrow that will set off alarms because it will be obvious there is a huge coverup going on. I still think its a space craft or maybe about three craft but thats just me guessing. I guess we will find out soon enough.

bump

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clappa
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FORGOT TO PIN IT! applause2
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Re: Mars rover will still snap pics of Ison despite shutdown.
Greetings:

It's Interesting ... That The "Mars Rover" Will Still Be Taking Pictures ... Considering It Is NOT On Mazar/Mars ... But On Terra/Earth !!

The Termed "Mars Rover" Is No More On Mazar/Mars ... Then It Was ... Of The "Filming" Of The "N.A.S.A. Moon Missions" Being ... On The Moon !!

Currently (As With The "N.A.S.A. Moon Missions") Being Filmed ... In Desert ... As In Studio !!

Farewell For Now !!

ST In BG
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one of two things... the mars photos will be faked so we wont get them for a while while nasaturds touch up ... or the mars rover is now malfunctioning like every other picture taking satellite, spaceship, space balloon nasa owns

take a very close look at any photos for constellations in the background, known objects etc..
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When pics of ISON from Mars Rover on Mars has been taken and released for public viewing on the Internet, can anyone here please PM me here at GLP? Thanks hf
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Re: Mars rover will still snap pics of Ison despite shutdown.
We could be waiting a while:

"NASA has submitted to the Office of Management and Budget its plan for an orderly shutdown of operations if there is no budget in place on Oct. 1, 2013. During a shutdown, most NASA operations would cease and most employees would be furloughed, with the exception of operations and personnel needed to protect life and property."

The fact that pictures of ISON are "needed to protect life and property" is doomy =/

That being said, I can't wait! I'm a geek freak :)

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Unless it conveniently malfunctions.
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:THIS^^:
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Re: Mars rover will still snap pics of Ison despite shutdown.
Of ccourse it will. Did everybody think that they would just turn off a multi million dollar peice of equipment and not keep that perticular show on the road.

They are moving it to the other side of mars because Ison is going bye right now. Watch mares from now till after the 7th. In peticular October 4th thru 6th.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 47060380


Did you mean to say what you did here? Seriously? They are going to casually move what amounts to a glorified radio control truck to the other side of the planet????



wtf
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 13773128


Ok. So if its there and it actually exists yes they are moving it out of harms way. Just like they move ISS when shits inbound they hide it on the safe side of the Sun.

Ison is going to fuck with Mars. Now till October 7th. Then Earthwill start to travel thru its debris and then it will interact with the Sun then Earth will go thru more debris if were all still here by then.

Were going to get pelted. Its has started already. Add this to the fact that we moved into an arm of the Milky Way with alot af debris and what do you get.

Fireballs and asteroids and lots of them for days and mnth and a year and a bit.
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They hide the ISS on the safe side of the sun?

Really?
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the rover may be essential personnel, but is the person who would normally 'adjust' and release the photo's or handle the feed considered essential too?
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Re: Mars rover will still snap pics of Ison despite shutdown.
As much as I want to see ISON pictures, it has become quite obvious that we won't get them. For whatever reason, NASA doesn't want us looking at ISON closeups.
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Re: Mars rover will still snap pics of Ison despite shutdown.
Could anyone on here tell me with which telescopes(or other)we have taken images or gathered any information on/of Comet Ison????
Or some good links for the information.


IRAS
HUBBLE
SPITZER
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HERSCHEL
WISE
DEEP IMPACT
BRRISON: FAIL
SWIFT

I am trying to ascertain wether it is only equipment that has Infrared capabilities which fail in their acquisition of ISON data.

Thank you.
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5 stars! Thanks for update!

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