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ISS through my telescope this morning!

 
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ISS through my telescope this morning!

Still no sign of the balloon holding it up there, and it's still right in the orbit that it's supposed to be in. Damn strange.
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Very cool! I would hate being stuck there. It takes a special person for sure to be an astronaut.
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I can speak English hf
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Very cool! I would hate being stuck there. It takes a special person for sure to be an astronaut.
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At least they are trained, know they are doing something important, and get a nice view from the window. Unlike many who are 'self-isolating' in their homes.
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Wow! TCFW!!
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Boring, it's just floating there. Make it shoot nukes or something. 5a
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If things go bad, they do have a way home. Rough cramped and hard landing but home.
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Re: ISS through my telescope this morning!
Super awesome!!! Thanks for posting.
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Re: ISS through my telescope this morning!
software looks smooth now
compared to the rocket tracking vid last year
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Re: ISS through my telescope this morning!
software looks smooth now
compared to the rocket tracking vid last year
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 78849272


Well this has additional stabilization on it, my rocket tracking videos are just raw with no additional stabilization.
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nice work 5*
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05/17/2020 05:23 PM
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Re: ISS through my telescope this morning!
Very nice. Thank you.
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Dude that's just a bottle cap you spray painted hanging on a string in your garage and played exotic heavenly outer space music for authentication.
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No virus up there!
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What is going on with ISS during Covid here on Earth?

Have there been an rockets sent up for rotating astronauts or supplies to ISS during the Covid months.

I haven't heard anything about the ISS in the MSM news at all since Covid.
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Next point your telescope at Pleiades Cluster. banana2
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Dude that's just a bottle cap you spray painted hanging on a string in your garage and played exotic heavenly outer space music for authentication.
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 Quoting: DGN


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What is going on with ISS during Covid here on Earth?

Have there been an rockets sent up for rotating astronauts or supplies to ISS during the Covid months.

I haven't heard anything about the ISS in the MSM news at all since Covid.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 75440249


Doug Hurley and Bob Behnken will be launching on the first manned crew dragon in 10 days. They're currently in quarantine which is actually standard procedure for any crew launching to the space station. They'll be staying up on the station for a couple of months to test out the new vehicle and provide support to the ISS crew.
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And never seen a UFO with that scope?

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Beautiful!
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software looks smooth now
compared to the rocket tracking vid last year
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 78849272


Well this has additional stabilization on it, my rocket tracking videos are just raw with no additional stabilization.
 Quoting: Astromut


very impressive

did not think that would be possible with such a small object working with only reflective light

amazing
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Re: ISS through my telescope this morning!
Thanks OP for all you share, about the vast above us all, which I am highly interested in.
Had I paid more attention to many of your posts, I may not still be looking up at times on certain things thinking WTF?

If it is a hobby of yours,it will surely be an endless one.

: )

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Who cares about ISS? Show us alien11
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Re: ISS through my telescope this morning!
13,000mph

Try that with a bullet going a fraction of that speed

And that whole distance analogy is bullshit. Our eyes have limited vision and objects get smaller and smaller until they dissapear behind/beyond our subjective limited horizon (which is eye level) given the observer’s altitude
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Hey whats the song cool vid
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13,000mph

Try that with a bullet going a fraction of that speed

And that whole distance analogy is bullshit. Our eyes have limited vision and objects get smaller and smaller until they dissapear behind/beyond our subjective limited horizon (which is eye level) given the observer’s altitude
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There are plenty of pictures of speeding bullets.
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Re: ISS through my telescope this morning!
13,000mph

Try that with a bullet going a fraction of that speed

And that whole distance analogy is bullshit. Our eyes have limited vision and objects get smaller and smaller until they dissapear behind/beyond our subjective limited horizon (which is eye level) given the observer’s altitude
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 77798472


There are plenty of pictures of speeding bullets.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 77577942


Taken with sophisticated high speed cameras
Not astronomy telescopes

I don’t believe the ISS is 250 miles in altitude , it doesn’t look like it’s that high , it looks like it’s much closer to the high altitude air balloons &#127880; altitudes of 100-200,000ft
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Re: ISS through my telescope this morning!

Still no sign of the balloon holding it up there, and it's still right in the orbit that it's supposed to be in. Damn strange.
 Quoting: Astromut


love the choice of music.





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