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PolyMath
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Re: Weird space creepy-crawly

Post by PolyMath »

Nikita wrote:
Martino wrote:Meanwhile, this one gave me a start... !

http://stardustathome.ssl.berkeley.edu/ ... =4527461V1
Oh, wow! That one is ugly! :lol:
I have to admit that I'm suprised at the amount of crap I'm seeing on the aerogel. Guess I'm naive I really thought clean room meant clean room. :oops: Scary to think about getting surgery, imagine all the junk that goes into your body :shock:

biglittledragoon
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Post by biglittledragoon »

What do you think about this one?

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Don't you think it look like a draw of a man? Quite stylised...

The picture's name is "fm_-57076_-76864-014.jpg", I can't remember the movie's number... :?

zod
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Post by zod »

Anyone with falling trousers?

I found the missing belt :lol: :lol: :lol:
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templar781
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Mark of the Reaper?

Post by templar781 »

Go all the way down to the third focus bar from the bottom and the image will resolve dead center (no pun intended) about 25-50 microns from the top.

http://stardustathome.ssl.berkeley.edu/ ... d=229627V1
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mfaerber1
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"cosmic worm kite"

Post by mfaerber1 »

Image

they DO exist!

Roy Ezell
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Post by Roy Ezell »

Here is a dust bunny for ya!


http://stardustathome.ssl.berkeley.edu/ ... d=743747V1

Enjoy!
Roy Ezell 8)

Lorelei
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made me laugh

Post by Lorelei »

Check it out - it's Dino from the Flintstones! :)

http://stardustathome.ssl.berkeley.edu/ ... d=494850V1

Lorelei
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Post by Lorelei »

The triangular shape of this one was unusual - it almost looks broken.
(Movie ID 1954220V1)

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geckzilla
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Post by geckzilla »

If I could link this calibration movie I saw yesterday I probably would... I should have at least saved the number.

Anyway, you know those movies that have two different sections of gel in them? There was a calibration track going straight through both of them. There's no way it could have even been a real track from a calibration movie... it's like it was photoshopped into place.

Oidhche
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Post by Oidhche »

This looks strange, kinda like a string of bells:

http://stardustathome.ssl.berkeley.edu/ ... d=814752V1

geckzilla
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WeBeGood
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Post by WeBeGood »

Lorelei wrote:The triangular shape of this one was unusual - it almost looks broken.
(Movie ID 1954220V1)

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Wow, interesting image. It's art work. Here is my interpretation of this painting.

Left to right, a progression of time, from past to future.

The white crystal represents a really really large Cosmic Snowflake flying over the United States (just below the Snowflake). The small perfect triangular in the Cosmic Snowflake represents the shape of a water molecule from which the Cosmic Snowflake is made. The triangle also represents a sample taken from the surface of the Cosmic Snowflake.

The image of the United States really quite clear, including the Mississippi river flowing with water that fell during the 4 billion year blizzard of Cosmic Snowflakes raining down on Earth. The Mississippi river also representing the billions rain drops that fall each year across the United States. Making it green all summer long, contributing to the seasonal reduction of CO2 in the atmosphere, caused by the greening of the Northern Hemisphere.

Above the Snowflake, is a swarm of Stardust. Being much more dense, they are much much smaller and darker that the Snowflake.

The large object in the middle of the frame, represents the impact of a cosmic snowflake in the aerogel. The large water explosion on it surface creating a cloud of steam and surface crater, with a more dense, solid piece of ice penetrating deeper into the aerogel. A clear impact crater and clear track, because it was made with water.

Upper right, a future cloud, with the first rain drop yet to fall. A rain drop falling on a man made mountain range, triangular shaped and stretching the entire length of a continent. Built across the the continent of Australia to force the air up, forming the cloud and making it rain. Turning Australia and the Southern Hemisphere green in the summertime. Creating two seasonal drops in the atmospheric CO2 levels. Terraforming with intelligence, rather than ignorance.

Of course, being somewhat abstract, I'm sure everyone sees something different in the artwork and the future.
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stardust1
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Post by stardust1 »

No stardust so far, but maybe the first view on extraterrestrial life!
(kind of flea?)

http://stardustathome.ssl.berkeley.edu/ ... =9120960V1
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stardust1
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Post by stardust1 »

et voila:

the "needle in a haystack"
http://stardustathome.ssl.berkeley.edu/ ... =5056377V1

(looked on 15554 movies to find it!)
Wir leben in einer Zeit vollkommener Mittel und verworrener Ziele. (Albert Einstein)

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