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goldrake
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Re: Man made? What is it?

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cldrjones2
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Post by cldrjones2 »

http://stardustathome.ssl.berkeley.edu/ ... =3431361V1

time to change the microscope, the paint is falling off ;)

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Post by svanimpe »

http://stardustathome.ssl.berkeley.edu/ ... d=792130V1

Great, we have tiny space allosaurus fossils in our aerogel... :roll:

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Post by fjgiie »

svanimpe - I can tell you ain't no museum keeper... that ain't narry a no allosaurus, them there is what back home we call one of them crockagators.

joot - How in this world did an automatic microscope get that T centered perfectly?

I ain't never seen setch ! ? :?

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stardust1
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Post by stardust1 »

This one, I like due to its diversity of elements and the overall composition:

http://stardustathome.ssl.berkeley.edu/ ... =6986159V1
Wir leben in einer Zeit vollkommener Mittel und verworrener Ziele. (Albert Einstein)

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Post by svanimpe »

stardust1 - I believe you have solved a riddle of modern art history: where did Kandinsky get his ideas? :D

Compare

http://stardustathome.ssl.berkeley.edu/ ... =6986159V1

to

http://www.ibiblio.org/wm/paint/auth/ka ... comp-8.jpg

stardust1
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Post by stardust1 »

svanimpe - obviously Kandinsky was the first starduster at all. Or he was inspired by the stars themselves.
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[edit] How in this world did an automatic microscope realize this?[/edit]
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Rotareneg
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Post by Rotareneg »

Any ideas about this one? http://stardustathome.ssl.berkeley.edu/ ... d=362196V1

You can see little specks of dust that come into focus on the surface so it's not just a very out-of-focus sample, it appears to me that there's a large "something" some distance inside.

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minkiemink
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Post by minkiemink »

Quilted aerogel? Very odd, very irregular repeated pattern.

http://stardustathome.ssl.berkeley.edu/ ... rds=?-1,-1#

Probably didn't link that right....but it is Movie # 613365V1
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Post by icebike »

minkiemink wrote:Quilted aerogel? Very odd, very irregular repeated pattern.

http://stardustathome.ssl.berkeley.edu/ ... rds=?-1,-1#

Probably didn't link that right....but it is Movie # 613365V1
Ooops Wrong on both attempts..

Yes, your url is the wrong way to post it.

No, it is not Movie # 613365V1

http://stardustathome.ssl.berkeley.edu/ ... =6713365V1

minkiemink
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Post by minkiemink »

Hmmm....guess I won't be getting those gold stars in computer competency or even typing....Still a pretty funny pattern....
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Post by DustBuster »

Rotareneg wrote:Any ideas about this one? http://stardustathome.ssl.berkeley.edu/ ... d=362196V1

You can see little specks of dust that come into focus on the surface so it's not just a very out-of-focus sample, it appears to me that there's a large "something" some distance inside.
Actually, I would guess the focus begins already below the surface; and the dots look like inclusions buried in the gel.
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