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ISON - behind the glare AWESOME!!!!

 
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Green Snot go away
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Oh it will tell you its going away. Over and over again. But it doesn't. It is like the herp.

Great pictures OP. Thank you so much for posting. It seems to me from everything I have read, is that no one REALLY knows the exact size. Though it looks bigger than previously let on. Definitely More than 3 km.
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We need Astro with his 80mm to verify this!!!!!!!!!
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hesright
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I agree. Astro is the perfect person to look at this! I dont take photography through a telescope, so i cant help with verifying the purity of the picture like he can. But what my gut tells me is that we are not looking at an unedited pic to begin with. I am pretty sure before the photographer submitted the pic he had already altered it to get that pretty black background and colour. So without knowing how he might have altered the image, we can hardly look at a photoshop job someone else did to it and say it must be true.
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In other words you have no idea right?
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We need Astro with his 80mm to verify this!!!!!!!!!
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hesright
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[link to www.iac.es]

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and Fritz Helmut Hemmerich seems to be some kind of
astronomy buff, but he doesn't seem to be associated
with any Observatory.
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Re: ISON - behind the glare AWESOME!!!!
We need Astro with his 80mm to verify this!!!!!!!!!
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hesright
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I agree. Astro is the perfect person to look at this! I dont take photography through a telescope, so i cant help with verifying the purity of the picture like he can. But what my gut tells me is that we are not looking at an unedited pic to begin with. I am pretty sure before the photographer submitted the pic he had already altered it to get that pretty black background and colour. So without knowing how he might have altered the image, we can hardly look at a photoshop job someone else did to it and say it must be true.
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In other words you have no idea right?
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hesright
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Green Snot go away
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flameworker is welcome to tell me if my information is welcome. He is an awesome glper and i will vanish into the night in a flash for him.
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Listen and believe NASA and their pups at your own demise...
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We need Astro with his 80mm to verify this!!!!!!!!!
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hesright
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I agree. Astro is the perfect person to look at this! I dont take photography through a telescope, so i cant help with verifying the purity of the picture like he can. But what my gut tells me is that we are not looking at an unedited pic to begin with. I am pretty sure before the photographer submitted the pic he had already altered it to get that pretty black background and colour. So without knowing how he might have altered the image, we can hardly look at a photoshop job someone else did to it and say it must be true.
 Quoting: green_girl


In other words you have no idea right?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 22035675


everything i said about photoshop is correct. astro could add another angle to it is all. I know photoshop cannot give you the nucleus from that pic. I do not know i=how severely the pic has been pre edited, which would make it even more meaningless.
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hesright
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I agree. Astro is the perfect person to look at this! I dont take photography through a telescope, so i cant help with verifying the purity of the picture like he can. But what my gut tells me is that we are not looking at an unedited pic to begin with. I am pretty sure before the photographer submitted the pic he had already altered it to get that pretty black background and colour. So without knowing how he might have altered the image, we can hardly look at a photoshop job someone else did to it and say it must be true.
 Quoting: green_girl


In other words you have no idea right?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 22035675


everything i said about photoshop is correct. astro could add another angle to it is all. I know photoshop cannot give you the nucleus from that pic. I do not know i=how severely the pic has been pre edited, which would make it even more meaningless.
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Because you and astro. Are the only ones who know anything on here right?
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what file type was the image?
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i used this image green girl

[link to i1208.photobucket.com]

it's JPEG and unlikely to be the original format.
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"ISON IS HUGE./NEW NUMBERS"



watch for increased siesmic when passing...maybe 1dunno1
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I agree. Astro is the perfect person to look at this! I dont take photography through a telescope, so i cant help with verifying the purity of the picture like he can. But what my gut tells me is that we are not looking at an unedited pic to begin with. I am pretty sure before the photographer submitted the pic he had already altered it to get that pretty black background and colour. So without knowing how he might have altered the image, we can hardly look at a photoshop job someone else did to it and say it must be true.
 Quoting: green_girl


In other words you have no idea right?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 22035675


everything i said about photoshop is correct. astro could add another angle to it is all. I know photoshop cannot give you the nucleus from that pic. I do not know i=how severely the pic has been pre edited, which would make it even more meaningless.
 Quoting: green_girl


Because you and astro. Are the only ones who know anything on here right?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 22035675


i have not said that other people with extensive photoshop experience have invalid feedback. in fact i am not criticizing anyones feedback. just expressing the limitations of photoshop. and adding thatastro has expertise in astronomy photography.
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We need Astro with his 80mm to verify this!!!!!!!!!
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hesright
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[link to www.iac.es]

[link to www.iac.es]



and Fritz Helmut Hemmerich seems to be some kind of
astronomy buff, but he doesn't seem to be associated
with any Observatory.
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and those aren't astronomical filters. that's Photoshop cranking-up the dials.
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I agree. Astro is the perfect person to look at this! I dont take photography through a telescope, so i cant help with verifying the purity of the picture like he can. But what my gut tells me is that we are not looking at an unedited pic to begin with. I am pretty sure before the photographer submitted the pic he had already altered it to get that pretty black background and colour. So without knowing how he might have altered the image, we can hardly look at a photoshop job someone else did to it and say it must be true.
 Quoting: green_girl


In other words you have no idea right?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 22035675


everything i said about photoshop is correct. astro could add another angle to it is all. I know photoshop cannot give you the nucleus from that pic. I do not know i=how severely the pic has been pre edited, which would make it even more meaningless.
 Quoting: green_girl


Because you and astro. Are the only ones who know anything on here right?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 22035675


Yes. She is a genius. Just ask her. She is gracing us GLPers with her presence. According to the last thing I read, She referred to all of us as idiot witch burners that should be honoured she would share her immense knowledge of everything space.
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what file type was the image?
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i used this image green girl

[link to i1208.photobucket.com]

it's JPEG and unlikely to be the original format.
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 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 48037972


i looked at that one in photoshop, but there wasnt much to look at. the coma is just varying shades of almost pure white. In fact, in the op's video what people alos need to realize is he could haev made it appear even smaller. Just because he stopped manipulating his pixels there to make it look big, does not mean it could not be made to appear smaller. i could play with photoshop and have the "nucleus" look about as small as i want, but i wont because it is still not honest, even if it is a more accurate depiction, it is still not an honest manipulation.
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In other words you have no idea right?
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everything i said about photoshop is correct. astro could add another angle to it is all. I know photoshop cannot give you the nucleus from that pic. I do not know i=how severely the pic has been pre edited, which would make it even more meaningless.
 Quoting: green_girl


Because you and astro. Are the only ones who know anything on here right?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 22035675


Yes. She is a genius. Just ask her. She is gracing us GLPers with her presence. According to the last thing I read, She referred to all of us as idiot witch burners that should be honoured she would share her immense knowledge of everything space.
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No, that message was specifically for the people in that one thread that were attacking and mocking. It applied to no one else.
Why, were you attacking and mocking me?
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Re: ISON - behind the glare AWESOME!!!!
omg.....

do you guys know what this would mean?!
if these images and video is correct!!....

a) Ison is 7,000,000 km bigger than NASA report it to be

B) This info MUST be known by NASA and is being hidden and explains why there has been alot of errors around NASA imageing and reporting ISON

C) natgeo KNOWS and is reporting this info (and Dr astro attacked there up comeing documentry publicly) and must have known for months as a documentry this week will report it

D) ISON will pass 1,165,000km from the sun, with ISON being 6km is size, a increase in size of 6,000,000+ km surely means its going to hit the sun HARD

MORE SOURCES ASAP

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i think yer all a bunch of shills and you just
play "good cop, bad cop" just to disguise all of obfuscation.
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The nucleus is solid and almost as big as the coma!
catfilenails
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So what we see at the end of the video is the nucleous?

WOW
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WOW! A nucleous approx. 30.000 miles wide would be sheer astounding.

My calculations came from this source:

Thread: According to these sources ISONS inner coma is 37282 miles wide. Debunk this.
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what file type was the image?
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i used this image green girl

[link to i1208.photobucket.com]

it's JPEG and unlikely to be the original format.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 48037972


oh, well that's definitely a reliable source then.

none from the Observatory hosting the astronomer?

none found with that astronomer's name associated with
it anywhere else on the Internet...


wtf....this shit's got to stop.
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guys

urgent

in isons orbit
how far from the surface of murcery does it pass?!?
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Well if Ison is that large would it not be classified as a planet? And since it grew wings, would not that make it a "winged planet"

When it comes to planets size does matter.

Defintion of a planet is below:

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Could be impossible to tell because nobody really knows what the orbit is. This could be a one time visit.

Possible inter-stellar planet.
Possible dwarf star with its own orbiting companions.
It could even be a fragment of a much larger body that is who knows where.
It doesn't seem to be a snowball.
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The nucleus is solid and almost as big as the coma!
catfilenails
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So what we see at the end of the video is the nucleous?

WOW
 Quoting: ilegal alien



WOW! A nucleous approx. 30.000 miles wide would be sheer astounding.

My calculations came from this source:

Thread: According to these sources ISONS inner coma is 37282 miles wide. Debunk this.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 50437498


He said the inner coma is approx 4 earth diameters. Isnt that the size we have heard planet x was for years now?
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soundtrack on that video is eerily awesome.
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soundtrack on that video is eerily awesome.
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I know. Is it the crickets at reduced speed?
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The nucleus is solid and almost as big as the coma!
catfilenails
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So what we see at the end of the video is the nucleous?

WOW
 Quoting: ilegal alien



WOW! A nucleous approx. 30.000 miles wide would be sheer astounding.

My calculations came from this source:

Thread: According to these sources ISONS inner coma is 37282 miles wide. Debunk this.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 50437498


He said the inner coma is approx 4 earth diameters. Isnt that the size we have heard planet x was for years now?
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we are not going there. let comet ISON live in its own glory. don't muddle this beauty with mythical Planet X crap.
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We need Astro with his 80mm to verify this!!!!!!!!!
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hesright
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his 8cm what?
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Penis, of course.
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guys

urgent

in isons orbit
how far from the surface of murcery does it pass?!?
 Quoting: Shadow Beam


[link to ssd.jpl.nasa.gov]

a long way away
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guys

urgent

in isons orbit
how far from the surface of murcery does it pass?!?
 Quoting: Shadow Beam


.5 AU i believe
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almost looks like a fetus

Soon the Doom child will be born

SOON!!
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^^ That is what I was thinking!


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