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S Wilson
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Hmmmm

Post by S Wilson »

This aerogel wasn't made in China, was it?

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Post by DustBuster »

Orion_0169 wrote:I don't know... I see someone leaping gracefully through the air, while holding a dog in her right hand.

No. Really!
Yep... that's Paris Hilton alright! I've seen that see-thru dress before!
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gavin42g
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Post by gavin42g »

I found Dumbo. Sadly, it was a calibration. :(

chrisbri67
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Space Duckies?

Post by chrisbri67 »

I don't seem to have found any dust, but I did find a duckie on movie 33316B. My laughter caused me to miss the next calibration slide, ruining my perfect score. !*&% duckies!

Did you know there were duckies in space?

Chris

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Post by Solkos »

LOL no doubt...That is definately a duck!!!

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Post by taterbug »

theres no way you can look at that and NOT see a duck! its hilarious
now... how bout a link!
http://stardustathome.ssl.berkeley.edu/ ... e_id=33316

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Post by Schlockading »

Funny! I found a nearly perfectly-shaped fish in one:

http://stardustathome.ssl.berkeley.edu/ ... e_id=56563
Image

icebike

Post by icebike »

taterbug wrote:theres no way you can look at that and NOT see a duck! its hilarious
AFLAC




Ok, baseball fans, tell me that wasn't the first thing you thought of.....

cldrjones2
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Post by cldrjones2 »

Hey lab-guys, stop sneezing on the aerogel! :wink:

Parsec
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A for Anarchy

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Post by WeBeGood »

Or, a dinosaur with a halo. :wink:
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SamIam
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Strange white spot?

Post by SamIam »

Hi!

I have seen strange looking white spots in some movies. They are near the surface and disappear when you move the focus downward:

e.g:

http://stardustathome.ssl.berkeley.edu/ ... e_id=17836#

What I mean are the two spots in a vertical line about 150 microns from the left.

Has someone any idea what it can be?

SamIam
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lguldur
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Re: Liquid on the aerogel?

Post by lguldur »

Peter Borah wrote:Vampus found a bizzare movie. Besides being very cool looking, it seems to have liquid on it.

http://stardustathome.ssl.berkeley.edu/ ... e_id=51520
Greet ! You can even see the boar's head of the operator reflected on it ! They are employing boars to do there jobs ! :)

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Post by Orion_0169 »

Slide s 3 & 4 in the tutorial talk about aerogel and dust as explanations for some bright spots.

"Just keep swimming, just keep swimming."
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SamIam
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Post by SamIam »

They doesn't look to me like a piece of aerogel or dust on the surface. But maybe it is, however i wonder if it could be a bubble coming out of the aerogel?

Why i am so inside this topic is because i am very curious about the attributes of aerogel and the process of producing it.

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