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Sasari
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Post by Sasari »

If you follow my directions it will work. You must log in and paste the link on a page with a VM microscope already in use. You will just get a message that says your submission won't count but you can still view the movie.

dannyzs
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Are These Tracks?

Post by dannyzs »

These are all my tracks - Im the first finder :D

http://stardustathome.ssl.berkeley.edu/ ... e_id=44816 - 1/4 way down from top-left. VERY dim

http://stardustathome.ssl.berkeley.edu/ ... e_id=42477 - middle-right. Small, but easy to see

http://stardustathome.ssl.berkeley.edu/ ... e_id=37206 - 1/4 way down from top-right. dim

http://stardustathome.ssl.berkeley.edu/ ... e_id=47667 - VERY top-right. touches top and bottom edges.

Please check these out and post what you think. THANKS!
Last edited by dannyzs on Thu Aug 03, 2006 2:51 pm, edited 1 time in total.
My Current Rank : 153
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Total Finds : 14
Total First Time Finds : 4
Total First Time Finds That Have a Possibility of Being Actual Tracks : 2
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gavin42g
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Post by gavin42g »

A much easier way is to just edit a "My Events" link, so that it's "read-only", I guess you could put it: they can view the movie and focus, but they can't click it or anything.

Peter Borah
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Post by Peter Borah »

36408
42436
44849

All of these have the sort of small under-the-surface particles we've been seeing a lot of.

42714

This one is interesting. It's very hard to see, but it's in the top left section below the surface.

Opinions?

dannyzs
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Post by dannyzs »

Will someone please look at them? :o
My Current Rank : 153
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Total Finds : 14
Total First Time Finds : 4
Total First Time Finds That Have a Possibility of Being Actual Tracks : 2
Total People Who Agree on The Above: 9
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seahunter
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Post by seahunter »

just something i noticed. I have a movie with 3 medium tracks 3 small tracks and one very small track. I'd like to see my movie with a deeper field of view.

Anyway my movie is one number different from yours. I'm not sure if they are really next to each other but the numbers are. I've also noticed that my three highest agreement movies are all in the number range of 420xx-421xx. it seems like that is the sweet spot on the collector.

http://stardustathome.ssl.berkeley.edu/ ... e_id=42028

nexguy
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Promising movies? Most "Number of Agreements"

Post by nexguy »

I currently have a movie with 5 agreements(15 views) and one with 4 agreements(15 views). Promising?

Anyone else have a "agreeable" movies? :wink:

Peter Borah
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Post by Peter Borah »

seahunter wrote:just something i noticed. I have a movie with 3 medium tracks 3 small tracks and one very small track. I'd like to see my movie with a deeper field of view.

Anyway my movie is one number different from yours. I'm not sure if they are really next to each other but the numbers are. I've also noticed that my three highest agreement movies are all in the number range of 420xx-421xx. it seems like that is the sweet spot on the collector.

http://stardustathome.ssl.berkeley.edu/ ... e_id=42028
Wow. I was suspicious when you claimed that many tracks, but it really looks like that.

gavin42g
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Post by gavin42g »

Your second one I would say "definitely promising". Your first one, though, is a bit weird, and I'm 50/50 on it either being some sort of track, or just part of the slice in the aerogel that it appears to be under.

gavin42g
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Post by gavin42g »

I like the look of numbers 1, 2, and 4, but on 3 I don't see anything out of the ordinary. The focus is a bit out to lunch on that one, too, so I think one of us might be confused. Good solid finds on the other three, though.

nexguy
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Post by nexguy »

I agree, movie 3 is pretty suspect. It seems to come into focus JUST after everything around it. Never know though!

gavin42g
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Post by gavin42g »

seahunter wrote:just something i noticed. I have a movie with 3 medium tracks 3 small tracks and one very small track. I'd like to see my movie with a deeper field of view.

Anyway my movie is one number different from yours. I'm not sure if they are really next to each other but the numbers are. I've also noticed that my three highest agreement movies are all in the number range of 420xx-421xx. it seems like that is the sweet spot on the collector.

http://stardustathome.ssl.berkeley.edu/ ... e_id=42028
I never would have thought of that. It'd be interesting to know how they number the movies in relation to their location, if at all.

Sasari
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Post by Sasari »

First one looks like an anomoly in the gel. You've got a good one on the second movie though.

Sasari
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Post by Sasari »

I actully see 2 possibilities for #1. The faint one on the lop left. Another one in the middle close to the bottom.

Sasari
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Post by Sasari »

gavin42g wrote:A much easier way is to just edit a "My Events" link, so that it's "read-only", I guess you could put it: they can view the movie and focus, but they can't click it or anything.
No, that only works with real movies. you can't view the testing movies like that. It will show the wrong movie if you try to do that with a testing movie ID.

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