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ISS through my telescope this morning!

 
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Has nothing to do with the focus of the image you retard. Thanks for proving you don't understand basic photography. The difference in magnification was corrected for, the moon and ISS are the same size once I overlaid the images as seen in the video. The difference in the thickness, not the size, of the silhouette is simply due to differences in the brightness and contrast of my image vs the P1000. That had no impact on the measurements.
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wrong moran one is clearly zoomed in more that the other thus it looks larger! How stupid can you be?
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No, it isn't. I resized the images based on the moon so that they were the exact same scale. ISS is not larger in one than the other. The difference in the thickness, not the size, of the silhouette is simply due to differences in the brightness and contrast of my image vs the P1000. That had no impact on the measurements.
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You have no idea how zoom can factor in
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 26810388

Wrong. Of course I know how the magnification (to call it "zoom" is more proof you're a lay retard with no understanding of photography) can affect it, that's why I scaled the images so that the moon was the exact same apparent size in both.
and didn't even consider it,
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That is a lie. The magnification was account for and corrected for. You know this, I already explained it to you.

The difference in magnification was corrected for, the moon and ISS are the same size once I overlaid the images as seen in the video.
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No, it isn't. I resized the images based on the moon so that they were the exact same scale.
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You say it's 'negligible' because you are using NASA numbers buddy, HA!
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I don't need to use NASA's numbers you fucking retard. My telescope tracks the stars, I can see how slowly the moon moves and how negligible its motion is over half a second.
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OOOh 'I tract the stars" oooooo So your scope is tracking stars. Who gives a shit? What does that have to do with moon?
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Because according to you, the moon's orbital motion in half a second is significant enough to impact the results. If that's the case, the moon should significantly move in my telescope while it tracks at a sidereal rate in the half second span of time it takes ISS to cross the moon.

You are a dramatic example of the Dunning-Kruger effect. You don't understand your own ignorance and you have the gall to insult me. This, my dear dumbass, is how much the moon moved in its orbit in half a second while my telescope tracked at a sidereal rate:
moonorbitmotion
Now, go on and try to convince people that the above motion is not negligible. Good luck.
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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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I do work at the Nasa NBL and saw the mock up in the giant pool. It's only the habitats, but even at that, it's not nearly as large as one would think.

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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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I do work at the Nasa NBL and saw the mock up in the giant pool. It's only the habitats, but even at that, it's not nearly as large as one would think.

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Interesting, I never realized you worked there. How's training going right now with all the restrictions?
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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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I do work at the Nasa NBL and saw the mock up in the giant pool. It's only the habitats, but even at that, it's not nearly as large as one would think.

cheers
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Interesting, I never realized you worked there. How's training going right now with all the restrictions?
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I work on the backup power for the hyperbaric chambers. I haven't been out there since February. There are some upgrade projects that are on hold until this all passes.

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I don't need to use NASA's numbers you fucking retard. My telescope tracks the stars, I can see how slowly the moon moves and how negligible its motion is over half a second.
 Quoting: Astromut


OOOh 'I tract the stars" oooooo So your scope is tracking stars. Who gives a shit? What does that have to do with moon?
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Because according to you, the moon's orbital motion in half a second is significant enough to impact the results. If that's the case, the moon should significantly move in my telescope while it tracks at a sidereal rate in the half second span of time it takes ISS to cross the moon.

You are a dramatic example of the Dunning-Kruger effect. You don't understand your own ignorance and you have the gall to insult me. This, my dear dumbass, is how much the moon moved in its orbit in half a second while my telescope tracked at a sidereal rate:
:moonorbitmotion:
Now, go on and try to convince people that the above motion is not negligible. Good luck.
 Quoting: Astromut

:observatory:
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You are too stupid to realize the you are working on the basis the the moon is orbiting! NASA BOY, Lollollol
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OOOh 'I tract the stars" oooooo So your scope is tracking stars. Who gives a shit? What does that have to do with moon?
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Because according to you, the moon's orbital motion in half a second is significant enough to impact the results. If that's the case, the moon should significantly move in my telescope while it tracks at a sidereal rate in the half second span of time it takes ISS to cross the moon.

You are a dramatic example of the Dunning-Kruger effect. You don't understand your own ignorance and you have the gall to insult me. This, my dear dumbass, is how much the moon moved in its orbit in half a second while my telescope tracked at a sidereal rate:
:moonorbitmotion:
Now, go on and try to convince people that the above motion is not negligible. Good luck.
 Quoting: Astromut

:observatory:
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You are too stupid to realize the you are working on the basis the the moon is orbiting! NASA BOY, Lollollol
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And at his angle it transits a different portion of the moon! Different distances! And if he was zoomed in like you were we would be talking way different numbers, so many hole in that experiment lolol When we can see way farther than your numbers suggest, you say 'optical illusions' but when you look "millions' of miles away you say "oh thats proof. proof' lololo so stupid in so many ways, retarded experiment derp
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OOOh 'I tract the stars" oooooo So your scope is tracking stars. Who gives a shit? What does that have to do with moon?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 26810388

Because according to you, the moon's orbital motion in half a second is significant enough to impact the results. If that's the case, the moon should significantly move in my telescope while it tracks at a sidereal rate in the half second span of time it takes ISS to cross the moon.

You are a dramatic example of the Dunning-Kruger effect. You don't understand your own ignorance and you have the gall to insult me. This, my dear dumbass, is how much the moon moved in its orbit in half a second while my telescope tracked at a sidereal rate:
moonorbitmotion
Now, go on and try to convince people that the above motion is not negligible. Good luck.
 Quoting: Astromut

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You are too stupid to realize the you are working on the basis the the moon is orbiting! NASA BOY, Lollollol
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You're the one who started complaining that I wasn't accounting for the moon's orbital motion you fucking troll lying piece of shit.
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Because according to you, the moon's orbital motion in half a second is significant enough to impact the results. If that's the case, the moon should significantly move in my telescope while it tracks at a sidereal rate in the half second span of time it takes ISS to cross the moon.

You are a dramatic example of the Dunning-Kruger effect. You don't understand your own ignorance and you have the gall to insult me. This, my dear dumbass, is how much the moon moved in its orbit in half a second while my telescope tracked at a sidereal rate:
moonorbitmotion
Now, go on and try to convince people that the above motion is not negligible. Good luck.
 Quoting: Astromut

observatory
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You are too stupid to realize the you are working on the basis the the moon is orbiting! NASA BOY, Lollollol
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And at his angle it transits a different portion of the moon!
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No shit dumbass, that's called parallax, that's the thing I was measuring. If you're going to try to troll my thread at least watch the material you're attacking.
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And if he was zoomed in like you were we would be talking way different numbers
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Wrong! Get it through your thick fucking head, the difference in image scale was accounted for and compensated for.
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:observatory:
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You are too stupid to realize the you are working on the basis the the moon is orbiting! NASA BOY, Lollollol
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And at his angle it transits a different portion of the moon!
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No shit dumbass, that's called parallax, that's the thing I was measuring. If you're going to try to troll my thread at least watch the material you're attacking.
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How stupid is that when you zoomed in wAY TOO MUCH and you can't just align the moons post-prod, it doesnt work that way!Same if you zoomed in on a ship out at sea and saw it, then when you took a pic without zooming in and then later digitally tried to zoom in to find the ship it wouldn't be there NASA boy, wow so stupid not to think of that.
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You say it's 'negligible' because you are using NASA numbers buddy, HA!
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I don't need to use NASA's numbers you fucking retard. My telescope tracks the stars, I can see how slowly the moon moves and how negligible its motion is over half a second.
 Quoting: Astromut


OOOh 'I tract the stars" oooooo So your scope is tracking stars. Who gives a shit? What does that have to do with moon?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 26810388

Because according to you, the moon's orbital motion in half a second is significant enough to impact the results. If that's the case, the moon should significantly move in my telescope while it tracks at a sidereal rate in the half second span of time it takes ISS to cross the moon.

You are a dramatic example of the Dunning-Kruger effect. You don't understand your own ignorance and you have the gall to insult me. This, my dear dumbass, is how much the moon moved in its orbit in half a second while my telescope tracked at a sidereal rate:
:moonorbitmotion:
Now, go on and try to convince people that the above motion is not negligible. Good luck.
 Quoting: Astromut

When your angle is only .1234567% Thats huge! Garbage numbers, Garbage science!
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You are too stupid to realize the you are working on the basis the the moon is orbiting! NASA BOY, Lollollol
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And at his angle it transits a different portion of the moon!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 26810388


No shit dumbass, that's called parallax, that's the thing I was measuring. If you're going to try to troll my thread at least watch the material you're attacking.
 Quoting: Astromut

How stupid is that when you zoomed in wAY TOO MUCH and you can't just align the moons post-prod, it doesnt work that way!
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Yes it does work that way. It's just image scale. The images were scaled to match after filming them.
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I don't need to use NASA's numbers you fucking retard. My telescope tracks the stars, I can see how slowly the moon moves and how negligible its motion is over half a second.
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OOOh 'I tract the stars" oooooo So your scope is tracking stars. Who gives a shit? What does that have to do with moon?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 26810388

Because according to you, the moon's orbital motion in half a second is significant enough to impact the results. If that's the case, the moon should significantly move in my telescope while it tracks at a sidereal rate in the half second span of time it takes ISS to cross the moon.

You are a dramatic example of the Dunning-Kruger effect. You don't understand your own ignorance and you have the gall to insult me. This, my dear dumbass, is how much the moon moved in its orbit in half a second while my telescope tracked at a sidereal rate:
moonorbitmotion
Now, go on and try to convince people that the above motion is not negligible. Good luck.
 Quoting: Astromut

When your angle is only .1234567% Thats huge! Garbage numbers, Garbage science!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 26810388

That's not an angle. You're the one spewing garbage numbers you piece of shit. every time I film the space station I get idiots like you arguing with me endlessly about how it's fake and about how my evidence is worthless. I would love to take your puny little face and shove it into the telescopes eyepiece so the last thing your eyeball sees is the space station up close.
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That's not an angle. You're the one spewing garbage numbers you piece of shit. every time I film the space station I get idiots like you arguing with me endlessly about how it's fake and about how my evidence is worthless. I would love to take your puny little face and shove it into the telescopes eyepiece so the last thing your eyeball sees is the space station up close.
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The Flerfers do not deny that you can see something through the scope, but they say what you are looking at is a balloon, etc.
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That's not an angle. You're the one spewing garbage numbers you piece of shit. every time I film the space station I get idiots like you arguing with me endlessly about how it's fake and about how my evidence is worthless. I would love to take your puny little face and shove it into the telescopes eyepiece so the last thing your eyeball sees is the space station up close.
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The Flerfers do not deny that you can see something through the scope, but they say what you are looking at is a balloon, etc.
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Which is why I independently measured the altitude, velocity and size of ISS, ruling out a balloon. They still don't get it, and I hate them for it. Makes me want to film ISS even more just to irritate them.
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Now you're sure this isn't a Tie Fighter, right??
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That's not an angle. You're the one spewing garbage numbers you piece of shit. every time I film the space station I get idiots like you arguing with me endlessly about how it's fake and about how my evidence is worthless. I would love to take your puny little face and shove it into the telescopes eyepiece so the last thing your eyeball sees is the space station up close.
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The Flerfers do not deny that you can see something through the scope, but they say what you are looking at is a balloon, etc.
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Which is why I independently measured the altitude, velocity and size of ISS, ruling out a balloon. They still don't get it, and I hate them for it. Makes me want to film ISS even more just to irritate them.
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The Flerfers believe the conspiracy is so big that nothing can be trusted.

They will not accept your measurements because there is at least one item that they cannot verify (at a child's level of understanding), or that traces back to some government / academic institution (controlled by Masons).
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OOOh 'I tract the stars" oooooo So your scope is tracking stars. Who gives a shit? What does that have to do with moon?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 26810388

Because according to you, the moon's orbital motion in half a second is significant enough to impact the results. If that's the case, the moon should significantly move in my telescope while it tracks at a sidereal rate in the half second span of time it takes ISS to cross the moon.

You are a dramatic example of the Dunning-Kruger effect. You don't understand your own ignorance and you have the gall to insult me. This, my dear dumbass, is how much the moon moved in its orbit in half a second while my telescope tracked at a sidereal rate:
:moonorbitmotion:
Now, go on and try to convince people that the above motion is not negligible. Good luck.
 Quoting: Astromut

When your angle is only .1234567% Thats huge! Garbage numbers, Garbage science!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 26810388

That's not an angle. You're the one spewing garbage numbers you piece of shit. every time I film the space station I get idiots like you arguing with me endlessly about how it's fake and about how my evidence is worthless. I would love to take your puny little face and shove it into the telescopes eyepiece so the last thing your eyeball sees is the space station up close.
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Lol Try it you little twerpy punk, I'm 6'3" 2+ and I'll shove your telescope where all you can see is Uranus. I don't give a shit about your insignificant angle, the point is that your shitty experiment has one fucking ton of holes, any half fucking wit can see it! Wow man, you are lost like ship at sea, I dunno.
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I want to suck astro's dick, that's why I'm so obsessed with trolling this thread with absolute horseshit!

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Rockets don't work in space. End of story.
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Rockets don't work in space. End of story.
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Why not? Are they Democrats?
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Rockets don't work in space. End of story.
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Why not? Are they Democrats?
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Sound doesn't work in space, rockets make noise, but they also produce a lot of thrust and that works in space just fine thanks to the laws of motion.

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Wrong.



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Because according to you, the moon's orbital motion in half a second is significant enough to impact the results. If that's the case, the moon should significantly move in my telescope while it tracks at a sidereal rate in the half second span of time it takes ISS to cross the moon.

You are a dramatic example of the Dunning-Kruger effect. You don't understand your own ignorance and you have the gall to insult me. This, my dear dumbass, is how much the moon moved in its orbit in half a second while my telescope tracked at a sidereal rate:
moonorbitmotion
Now, go on and try to convince people that the above motion is not negligible. Good luck.
 Quoting: Astromut

When your angle is only .1234567% Thats huge! Garbage numbers, Garbage science!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 26810388

That's not an angle. You're the one spewing garbage numbers you piece of shit. every time I film the space station I get idiots like you arguing with me endlessly about how it's fake and about how my evidence is worthless. I would love to take your puny little face and shove it into the telescopes eyepiece so the last thing your eyeball sees is the space station up close.
 Quoting: Astromut

Lol Try it you little twerpy punk, I'm 6'3" 2+ and I'll shove your telescope where all you can see is Uranus. I don't give a shit about your insignificant angle, the point is that your shitty experiment has one fucking ton of holes, any half fucking wit can see it! Wow man, you are lost like ship at sea, I dunno.
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You are a keyboard warrior fat fuck, scared by the reality of the space station and you haven't found a single hole in my experiment. Fuck you, you pathetic little piece of shit.

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