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jamespels
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Curiously straight line

Post by jamespels »

Hi,

anyone got any idea what this may be, or that may have casued it? I was thinking of a hair to start with, until I remembered the scale of these images...

http://stardustathome.ssl.berkeley.edu/ ... e_id=53207

Not flagged it up as a trace as it obviously isn't but I'm really curious what your thoughts are...

J.

Ziggy
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Post by Ziggy »

Very similar to my PONG posting...

http://stardustathome.ssl.berkeley.edu/ ... .php?t=483

I suspect that it is crystaline (as it exists on the surface of the gel) - although it is very regular.


Aga
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Post by Aga »

That's interesting. I've seen a couple of those, too.


Aga

anatolytt
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Post by anatolytt »

yeah, I clicked on it... Looks like a crater
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WeBeGood
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Re: A strange object here -

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Possibly a StarSnowFlake impact?
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endust
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Post by endust »

probably a surface feature not much down focus to the movie

zuja
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what is this??

Post by zuja »

http://stardustathome.ssl.berkeley.edu/ ... e_id=41220

somebody explain this plz. 8)
something like glowing dust :shock:
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Orion_0169
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Post by Orion_0169 »

The text in the tutorials specifically address things like that.
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zuja
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Post by zuja »

Orion_0169 wrote:The text in the tutorials specifically address things like that.
yes, but when I max focus down this shiny dust is still there
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icestation
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wolf in the space ???

Post by icestation »

it seems like a wolf refleting in the aerogel loll :shock: :P
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http://stardustathome.ssl.berkeley.edu/ ... e_id=51520#

Blarrrg
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Post by Blarrrg »

:shock: Whoa. That really does look like a wolf. That's amazing.

Herculano
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Can someone take a look at this movie?

Post by Herculano »

25146A

Top left quadrant has an interesting "trail" that I cannot evaluate.

desdema
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Post by desdema »

Just looks like general surface debris to me.

Valar
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Post by Valar »

desdema wrote:Just looks like general surface debris to me.
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