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Canadian astronaut admits"there are no stars!"

 
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The twinkling things in the night sky we call stars are actually other galaxies just like the one we are in, billions of light years away. Of course it would be dark going to mars but you would still see the stars as you do here on earth
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It's all in the mind, you know.

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Dr. Bondar,

When you look out into space, away from the earth, what do you see? Do you see points of light in every direction? Can you discern up and down? When you look down (I suppose this would be really interesting for a person performing a space walk) how does it feel to be standing on nothing?

Bondar: First of all, the stars do not twinkle because we're above the atmosphere so they are basically holes of dead light and lots of them. Once one gets dark-adapted in space there are kajillions of stars.

And all this light is so far away that some of the sources of the light may already have vanished because it takes of tens of thousands maybe millions of years for that light to reach us. I felt I was in a futuristic vehicle very much in the present but looking at light from the past, a canvas of the sky representing the past life of the universe.


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stars are big exploding balls of gas, mostly hydrogen and helium. at least that is what i have read. don't know for sure. what op says is very interesting. makes sense about the stars not really being there or shuttles would be running into them wouldn't they. so what we see isn't really there.




Shuttles running into them??

They're suns and they're really really really really far away dude.
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really really really really really really really really really really really really
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On thurs. March 18th, Canadian astronaut Roberta Bondar was interviewed on GlobalTVEdmonton that once in space one discovers that there are no stars! The twinkling stars we see from Earth can not be seen in space, it is all just a black void. NOTHINGNESS! She states that any exploration to Mars would be very difficult for astronauts mentally. They would see absolutely nothing until reaching Mars. Kind of like having to cross a gymnasium in total darkness while knowing that there is a door at the other end. Scary thought,no? So, what is the reality of the stars we see? Also she states, and confirms, that there are structures on the moon that have been there for thousands of years awaiting discovery(acknowledgment)that will shock the world. Look up "ancient structures on the moon", these vids have existed for some time now, but no astronaut admitted to this prior to her. She also says privatized space travel more likely than any Nasa flight. The trip can only be handled by a few because of the effects on the human body during space flight. Does'nt sound like a trip I'd enjoy. I believe this interview still available to view at GlobalTVEdmonton.
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what is the sun, if it not a star,is she referring to the lism. which would be a fair call.the outer boundary certainly holds stars.mars is local travel with in the suns solar systems,maybe the view angle different like looking through water.
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OP has trouble understanding english.

She said stars don't twinkle. They give off a dead light.

Which means they are there.
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On thurs. March 18th, Canadian astronaut Roberta Bondar was interviewed on GlobalTVEdmonton that once in space one discovers that there are no stars! The twinkling stars we see from Earth can not be seen in space, it is all just a black void. NOTHINGNESS! She states that any exploration to Mars would be very difficult for astronauts mentally. They would see absolutely nothing until reaching Mars. Kind of like having to cross a gymnasium in total darkness while knowing that there is a door at the other end. Scary thought,no? So, what is the reality of the stars we see? Also she states, and confirms, that there are structures on the moon that have been there for thousands of years awaiting discovery(acknowledgment)that will shock the world. Look up "ancient structures on the moon", these vids have existed for some time now, but no astronaut admitted to this prior to her. She also says privatized space travel more likely than any Nasa flight. The trip can only be handled by a few because of the effects on the human body during space flight. Does'nt sound like a trip I'd enjoy. I believe this interview still available to view at GlobalTVEdmonton.

what is the sun, if it not a star,is she referring to the lism. which would be a fair call.the outer boundary certainly holds stars.mars is local travel with in the suns solar systems,maybe the view angle different like looking through water.
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[link to en.wikipedia.org] [link to outreach.atnf.csiro.au] the color of stars is plasma properties,the matter density is dark matter.
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On thurs. March 18th, Canadian astronaut Roberta Bondar was interviewed on GlobalTVEdmonton that once in space one discovers that there are no stars! The twinkling stars we see from Earth can not be seen in space, it is all just a black void. NOTHINGNESS! She states that any exploration to Mars would be very difficult for astronauts mentally. They would see absolutely nothing until reaching Mars. Kind of like having to cross a gymnasium in total darkness while knowing that there is a door at the other end. Scary thought,no? So, what is the reality of the stars we see? Also she states, and confirms, that there are structures on the moon that have been there for thousands of years awaiting discovery(acknowledgment)that will shock the world. Look up "ancient structures on the moon", these vids have existed for some time now, but no astronaut admitted to this prior to her. She also says privatized space travel more likely than any Nasa flight. The trip can only be handled by a few because of the effects on the human body during space flight. Does'nt sound like a trip I'd enjoy. I believe this interview still available to view at GlobalTVEdmonton.

what is the sun, if it not a star,is she referring to the lism. which would be a fair call.the outer boundary certainly holds stars.mars is local travel with in the suns solar systems,maybe the view angle different like looking through water.

[link to en.wikipedia.org] [link to outreach.atnf.csiro.au] the color of stars is plasma properties,the matter density is dark matter.
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[link to server1.sky-map.org] in short the dark matter is coming in on the long wave the short wave is producing plasma forming a dowser,see how the dowser is dispersing plasma to each form of matter e m complimentary,eventually congealing in a compression spiral to ignite.birth not death.
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Dr. Bondar,

When you look out into space, away from the earth, what do you see? Do you see points of light in every direction? Can you discern up and down? When you look down (I suppose this would be really interesting for a person performing a space walk) how does it feel to be standing on nothing?

Bondar: First of all, the stars do not twinkle because we're above the atmosphere so they are basically holes of dead light and lots of them. Once one gets dark-adapted in space there are kajillions of stars.

And all this light is so far away that some of the sources of the light may already have vanished because it takes of tens of thousands maybe millions of years for that light to reach us. I felt I was in a futuristic vehicle very much in the present but looking at light from the past, a canvas of the sky representing the past life of the universe.


[link to www.cbc.ca]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 921438


Your link is a dead end and she never said "Kajillion", I imagine that is a word you use to describe your own IQ.

Lying sack of shit!
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On thurs. March 18th, Canadian astronaut Roberta Bondar was interviewed on GlobalTVEdmonton that once in space one discovers that there are no stars! The twinkling stars we see from Earth can not be seen in space, it is all just a black void. NOTHINGNESS! She states that any exploration to Mars would be very difficult for astronauts mentally. They would see absolutely nothing until reaching Mars. Kind of like having to cross a gymnasium in total darkness while knowing that there is a door at the other end. Scary thought,no? So, what is the reality of the stars we see? Also she states, and confirms, that there are structures on the moon that have been there for thousands of years awaiting discovery(acknowledgment)that will shock the world. Look up "ancient structures on the moon", these vids have existed for some time now, but no astronaut admitted to this prior to her. She also says privatized space travel more likely than any Nasa flight. The trip can only be handled by a few because of the effects on the human body during space flight. Does'nt sound like a trip I'd enjoy. I believe this interview still available to view at GlobalTVEdmonton.
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The Hubble kaleidoscope?
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Maybe its the Truman Show...


but those Canadians do like their bonghit

ya know
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And dont forget the soul catcher on the moon


Anyone have info on this?
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And dont forget the soul catcher on the moon


Anyone have info on this?
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So like what're the twinkling thingies we see in the night sky?


blink
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Parallel universe !!

Don't take Canadians too serious whether they are stone or drunk ....wait We are too !!

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sorry it seems that this website is not allowed anyway do a google search
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On thurs. March 18th, Canadian astronaut Roberta Bondar was interviewed on GlobalTVEdmonton that once in space one discovers that there are no stars! The twinkling stars we see from Earth can not be seen in space, it is all just a black void.
Boy that's interesting........bet she's catching a lot of flack over that announcement! :(
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...as she should!
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So like what're the twinkling thingies we see in the night sky?


blink
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Galactic Federation spaceships !!

tounge
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The human eye can register light far better than our feeble cameras.
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You must have graduated at the top of your class.
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The Earth's atmosphere acts like a giant lens that amplifies the light of the stars to us on the surface. Once you are outside of the 'lens', you cannot see the stars.

hmmm... I like what you said. Quite possibly so ~ hf
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Thanks Sunshine! I figured no one noticed my post.
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So like what're the twinkling thingies we see in the night sky?


blink
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They are imaginary.
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So like what're the twinkling thingies we see in the night sky?


blink

Chinese lanterns.
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There are stars, but first one has to leave the Holodeck, then look through one of the windows on the ship.

edit:
I forgot to add, once you figure out how to leave the holodeck, don't be surprised to see most everybody asleep in stasis chambers. Remember the old saying, "life is but a dream".

However, getting back into the holodeck program may be a problem; if you aren't the pilot, the ship has an automatic thing-a-ma-jig that ensures you won't go far enough to cause any troubles.

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O.k.!!, I admit I had misquoted Ms. Bondar. She DID NOT say that there were NO STARS ,just the dead light of them. My apologies to her. She is a credit to her profession and is one of several Canadian astronauts that joined with American astronauts on shuttle missions. What was passed over in her interview was the fact she stated that the trip to Mars would be difficult on the Human passengers was that there was nothing to see between Earth and Mars and that propulsion was'nt an issue ,the black void is. Also, did no one notice the slight smile on her face as she was mentioning a "discovery" on the moon? She knows what's there, just avoided being specific. She did not say "structures" ,but what could she have been hinting at? ,the crashed alien ship? ,or the structures discovered and filmed by other AMERICAN astronauts?
Also, I'm still looking at Nasa pics for ANY showing Stars in the backfround ,so far no luck, so WTF?, do they truly exist or not? I don't know ,I'm looking just like you. I seek out this info. because I know we have been lied to about this world ,that has been proven in so many ways. I'm no Einstein, but I do know when I'm being handed a load of crap!!!
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Also, I'm still looking at Nasa pics for ANY showing Stars in the backfround ,so far no luck, so WTF?, do they truly exist or not? I don't know ,I'm looking just like you. I seek out this info. because I know we have been lied to about this world ,that has been proven in so many ways. I'm no Einstein, but I do know when I'm being handed a load of crap!!!

All the images taken by NASA of Apollo on the moon or the
Shuttle, Hubble, ISS, etc are taken in full daylight from
the Sun. Do you see stars in any pics taken during the day
here on Earth?
 Quoting: DrPostman

images i saw of moon landings were facing away from sun or sideways, not TOWARD the sun. And yes I have seen stars still out in the morning, but I think they are the planets within our own system still lit up. Listen, I'm still on the fence regarding the stars but until I find the truth of it I'll keep looking,
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this might be the stupidest thing I have read in a while. thats my 2cents
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She is right... You can see the stars from Earth because of the atmosphere, that's right the light from a star needs to hit something. You wont be able to see stars from the moon either...

Take a serious think about it, a stars light is not like a torch but more like a laser. There is nothing until it hits something. And in space the retina of your eye (yes the light can hit your eye too)is far too small to pick that light up.

Think of the Earth's atmosphere as a huge retina....

Remember I'm talking about seeing through the human eye not a camera, that may be different thing all together in space.
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Better Answer Not From Me


No, you can't see stars with your own eyes in space because they are too far away. The angular diameter of the biggest star in the sky, Betelgeuse, is 50 milli- arc secondes and the angular resolution of an human eye in 60 arc secondes. Therefore, the angular diameter of the largest star in the sky is about 1000 smaller than the resolution of a human eye! Then You can't see star when you are in space. It is comparable to trying to look at a 1 dollar coin (2 centimer diameter) located 200 km away from you - you can't simply resolve it!

You can see stars on earth thanks to the earth's atmosphere and the integration time of a human eye (few milliseconds). The atmosphere turbulence and multiple layers of different temperature will disperse the light beams coming from each star due to a series of refraction effect. After few milliseconds, the human eye would have observed many photons coming from the star that have been dispersed on slightly different angles each other- it looks like that the light beam of stars has been spread. And the diameter of this 'stain' on your retina is comparable to human eye resolution.. You can see it !!
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On thurs. March 18th, Canadian astronaut Roberta Bondar was interviewed on GlobalTVEdmonton that once in space one discovers that there are no stars! The twinkling stars we see from Earth can not be seen in space, it is all just a black void. NOTHINGNESS! She states that any exploration to Mars would be very difficult for astronauts mentally. They would see absolutely nothing until reaching Mars. Kind of like having to cross a gymnasium in total darkness while knowing that there is a door at the other end. Scary thought,no? So, what is the reality of the stars we see?

The Hubble kaleidoscope?
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Anyone that believes the 'starry kaleidoscope' photos are real, that NASA releases saying they came from a fictional Hubble telescope, has rocks in their head.
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From the Globalinterview she did seem very arrogant and full of herself.

Apparently only people as fit as herself can make it into space -"congenital heart cases" need not apply.

What isn't publicized is that she was Canada's first Bull Dyke Lesbian in space:

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So take it with a grain of salt.






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