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FIRST ISON PICS FROM MARS ORBITER

 
uberzonz
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FIRST ISON PICS FROM MARS ORBITER
[link to news.discovery.com]

"The first raw images were snapped on Sept. 29 when the object was 8 million miles from the planet and more images (taken on Oct. 1 and Oct. 2) are currently being processed. The four initial observations reveal a fuzzy cometary object moving relative to background stars. Detail is lacking as the comet is still too distant, but these observations are useful to gauge how the brightness of the object compares to predicted values. So far, ISON is at the “low end” of predicted brightness values."

[link to theskylive.com]

current mag listed at 10.97. not sure it that is predicted or actually magnitude.
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10/02/2013 04:49 PM

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If have seen FAR BETTER pictures form real amateurs like Dr. Astro and others her on GLP!!!!


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10/02/2013 05:35 PM

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Yes but from Mars???
Telling it like it is since 2013
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[link to news.discovery.com]

"The first raw images were snapped on Sept. 29 when the object was 8 million miles from the planet and more images (taken on Oct. 1 and Oct. 2) are currently being processed. The four initial observations reveal a fuzzy cometary object moving relative to background stars. Detail is lacking as the comet is still too distant, but these observations are useful to gauge how the brightness of the object compares to predicted values. So far, ISON is at the “low end” of predicted brightness values."

[link to theskylive.com]

current mag listed at 10.97. not sure it that is predicted or actually magnitude.
 Quoting: uberzonz


It looks like they used a VGA cellphone camera to take a couple of pictures of a sandpaper with a drop of white paint in the middle.

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10/03/2013 07:35 AM
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Weren't we promised absolutely stunning, breathtaking photographs from the Mars Orbiter?

It's like in a matter of weeks NASA has been thrown back to the stone ages. Can't so much as launch a balloon and giving us photos taken by multi million dollar equipment which would be put to shame by any first generation Nokia cam phones from the turn of the century.

Yeah, business as usual. Whatever you say, NASA.
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10/03/2013 07:49 AM
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LOL what a load of bullshit...
first the deep image scope goes spinning away lmao
Then the balloon goes pop lmao harder...
They expect us to beleive they went to the moon lmao hardest.
They cant even fly a fuckin balloon.
And hey guys just curious has any one russian chinese actually photographed the landing site of appollo on the moon to verify they actually did go there ?? Can any one confirm it ?? I think the japanese mapped the moon and if so the appollo lander should be there with the flag. What about any amateur astronomers has anyone actually scoped in on the lander ?? I know nasa published a picy a while back but hey thats like asking Obama if 911 was done by terrorists of couse he will say yes lol.
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10/03/2013 07:50 AM
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Re: FIRST ISON PICS FROM MARS ORBITER
If have seen FAR BETTER pictures form real amateurs like Dr. Astro and others her on GLP!!!!


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 Quoting: grumpier


That dog hahahahaaaa so funny...
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10/03/2013 07:58 AM
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And hey guys just curious has any one russian chinese actually photographed the landing site of appollo on the moon to verify they actually did go there ?? Can any one confirm it ?? I think the japanese mapped the moon and if so the appollo lander should be there with the flag. What about any amateur astronomers has anyone actually scoped in on the lander ??
 Quoting: THE WATCHER 47785944

Yes
Japanese 'Selene' mapper took images of Apollo landing site.

Also, topographical simulations of Apollo 15 landing site, generated by SELENE data, matched EXACTLY with background hills in photos taken by Apollo 15 astronauts.

Of course, Moon-hoax CTs conveniently 'forget' about that when trying to discredit Apollo.
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10/07/2013 02:35 PM
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Not very spectacular?

The photo with no commentary...

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10/07/2013 02:39 PM
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Re: FIRST ISON PICS FROM MARS ORBITER
No the blue kachina will split some will hit off the east coast of usa....the red destroyer come shortly after ... the red sky will let you know it's near
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10/07/2013 02:53 PM
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Arizona Imaging having "issues" right now

11:51 Pacific time...October 07 2013

[link to hirise.lpl.arizona.edu]
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10/07/2013 03:09 PM
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No the blue kachina will split some will hit off the east coast of usa....the red destroyer come shortly after ... the red sky will let you know it's near
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 19760412


You "Blue Kachina" tards are what's left over of the 2012 Niburutards, right?

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