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bmendez
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Post by bmendez »

dfowler wrote:I also had a photo apear in id# 745447V1
two owls that looked a lot like this: :shock:
Thank you all for alerting me to this.

This problem happened on our first day (August 1). A problem with Amazon Web Services is serving up images from other user accounts at random during focus movie downloads.

Please do not post any of the images you find here as they are from private accounts of other Amazon Web Services users.

I will tell them right away.

-Bryan
"I am made from the dust of the stars, and the oceans flow in my veins"
- RUSH

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Photo

Post by fjgiie »

Hi Pierre, welcome to the forum :)

Please see link for explanation of photo.
http://stardustathome.ssl.berkeley.edu/ ... .php?t=190

Thanks,

fjgiie

LRKirsch
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Photo of people in 705649V1

Post by LRKirsch »

I just found one in 705649V1, third frame from the bottom.

Edit: Oops, sorry for the image (twice). I hadn't read this yet. When I saw it gone from my post nearly immediately the first time I thought I had messed up my post somehow. Now it's obvious a mod removed it... sorry! :lol:

Howie
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Team and or Dust Mods Listen up now!!! Something wrong???

Post by Howie »

OK, site was down for me this morning???

Check out another movie that is from somewhere???
Shut the site down and figure it out,,,**** may show up next!!!

Here is what I just got!!!

http://stardustathome.ssl.berkeley.edu/ ... =2966644V1

Howie

Pierre Pallier
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Damn...

Post by Pierre Pallier »

Oops, the picture... Sorry.
Well, I will not make mistakes again, I'll go back to VM, may be I'll found another pretty non-extraterrestrial inclusion, for my eyes only :shock:
Pierre

spaceseeker
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microscope

Post by spaceseeker »

Someone's family photos are mixed in with the dust slides that I'm viewing now. Cute kid. Anyone else see it? Slide #15147V1 is the one I'm supposed to see but I keep getting a little boy in his Sunday best.

janin
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strange, unrelated picture

Post by janin »

There is a picture of a mother holding a baby in one of the movies.

http://stardustathome.ssl.berkeley.edu/ ... d=426055V1
The third bar from the bottom for focus.

How did that get in here? :shock:

JSHoward
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Personal movies

Post by JSHoward »

FYI:

Here is a listing of movies with imbeded personal movies somehow visible when sliding the VM:

8345917V1
5266666V1
7125193V1
2207112V1
770657341

I came across these "movies" in just one session of searching for particles. What's going on?

Shadow43375
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8470865V1

Post by Shadow43375 »

The movie 8470865V1 when magnified past a certain point changes to a different movie. Hope that helps.

marymouse
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Calibration movie -

Post by marymouse »

I am devastated. I marked a very very obvious track on a very obvious cal movie with the #7209003V1 (I know, it's not a real number). And it was marked incorrect and my score, which I painstakingly increased, went down by .13.

:shock: :x

fjgiie
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Two Negative Calibration Movies

Post by fjgiie »

These two negative calibration movies may need to be checked.

5220547V1 has no focus and no surface.
8407570V1 has no focus and no surface.

http://stardustathome.ssl.berkeley.edu/ ... =5220547V1
(Neg Cal with no focus)
http://stardustathome.ssl.berkeley.edu/ ... =8407570V1

Thanks,

fjgiie

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Maybe I'm miccing something here

Post by WorWizard »

To me... There appears to be a low angle track on this CM. I've viewed it 3 times for sure. Maybe more. But in the lower right I see a low angle track. every time I click there, I get one wrong. What should I be doing about this one? HELP!!

http://stardustathome.ssl.berkeley.edu/ ... =6784849V1
&no_record=0&key=66b0020d&code=&frame=38&coords=?123,91

WorWizard

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Re: Maybe I'm miccing something here

Post by jsmaje »

WorWizard wrote:To me... There appears to be a low angle track on this CM. I've viewed it 3 times for sure. Maybe more. But in the lower right I see a low angle track. every time I click there, I get one wrong. What should I be doing about this one? HELP!!
http://stardustathome.ssl.berkeley.edu/ ... =6784849V1
&no_record=0&key=66b0020d&code=&frame=38&coords=?123,91
WorWizard
Can't see a convincing low-level track there - just 2 or 3 specks of debris at the edge of an aerogel surface-defect.
Are there any CMs with low-level tracks anyway? All the ones I've seen are just different sized-versions of the classic head-on carrot-track.

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Re: Maybe I'm miccing something here

Post by WorWizard »

jsmaje wrote:
WorWizard wrote:To me... There appears to be a low angle track on this CM. I've viewed it 3 times for sure. Maybe more. But in the lower right I see a low angle track. every time I click there, I get one wrong. What should I be doing about this one? HELP!!
http://stardustathome.ssl.berkeley.edu/ ... =6784849V1
&no_record=0&key=66b0020d&code=&frame=38&coords=?123,91
WorWizard
Can't see a convincing low-level track there - just 2 or 3 specks of debris at the edge of an aerogel surface-defect.
Are there any CMs with low-level tracks anyway? All the ones I've seen are just different sized-versions of the classic head-on carrot-track.
Sure looks like there's something coming into focus well below the surface focal plane. It goes NW then heads NE. But it appears to me not to be a part of the structure that it's near. But this is indeed a CM

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Re: Maybe I'm miccing something here

Post by DustBuster »

WorWizard wrote: Sure looks like there's something coming into focus well below the surface focal plane. It goes NW then heads NE. But it appears to me not to be a part of the structure that it's near. But this is indeed a CM
That is a CM but there is NO track present.

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