Collection of High Angle Tracks/Low Angle Tracks

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Bluegraf
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Re: new findings?

Post by Bluegraf »

greuti wrote: If you have one in your event list that is not yet listed [...] please place it here or in the other thread... thanks!
I've already posted this one in the "cute/interesting"-section:
http://stardustathome.ssl.berkeley.edu/ ... =1824280V1

Upper half, tracking from right to left with loads of debris in.

greuti
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Re: new findings?

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Hi, first off, I see no track. Due to the fact that the surface in this movie is uneven and around there are other surface particles/features at the same level as your "debris" and the remaining part of the assumed track is also an aerogel (surface) formation/structure still out of focus. And if it would be tracking from right to left then the right part of it has to be first in focus.

I guess your "debris" are accumulated surface particles (dust?) due to the surface structure here.

Anyway thanks for posting, it looks interesting as well.

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Possible LAT

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jsmaje
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Re: Possible LAT

Post by jsmaje »

Er... what, where?
If you are referring to that subtle line running up to, connecting, and continuing beyond the two top left specks, surely this is just a shallow linear surface fold in which two dust particles happen to have collected.
It seems far too 'horizontal' to be even a very low angle track.
Greuti's I prefer.

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Post by Nikita »

Greuti's looks like dimples. I can say I see things right on the edge of those things lower, but not above. Kinda like those spots are pushed down sharply, not gradually and the "stuff" is only surface.

Does anyone else see it that way?
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Irgendein gutes?

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stardust1
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Post by stardust1 »

Movie 225116V1
(bad focus, though)

greuti
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Post by greuti »

Hi stardust1,

It is an old ID number one, isn't it? Well hidden in the pool until now :)

Or a "victim" of those who don't participate on the forum.
Last edited by greuti on Tue May 22, 2007 11:01 pm, edited 1 time in total.

stardust1
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Post by stardust1 »

greuti wrote:It is an old ID number one, isn't it?
:?:
No, it isn't. This movie was delivered to me yesterday.
Did you see it before/afterwards? The forum search didn't know the ID.
Does the VM serve me with retired movies? :shock:

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Post by greuti »

No, didn't see it. At first I thought it could be a new high resolution pic of an already listed LAT, but it wasn't.

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Post by greuti »

Nikita wrote:Greuti's looks like dimples. I can say I see things right on the edge of those things lower, but not above.
Kinda like those spots are pushed down sharply, not gradually and the "stuff" is only surface.

Does anyone else see it that way?
Hi Nikita,

This "magnification" of ID3964782V1 makes it clearer, I think.
It is rather a track with particle than something else. The GIF contains 6 pics.

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Post by Nikita »

Greuti,
Great job putting that together!
It does look better that way. It's another that is worth the look. I'm amazed at such a shallow depth that there wouldn't be more of a track, those things are really moving. Plus it looks like there are two specks, or at least one speck and one possible track. I also didn't think we should see the particles. But you know, they do say to expect the unexpected, you could have something!
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Not on your list.

Post by fjgiie »

Hi Greuti,

Why is this one not on your list? 2176330V1 Do you think it may be a low angle track?

This movie is listed in my events as IS dust but is low angle.

__Movie 2176330V1 _429________134___________Passed cut 1_____possible interstellar dust particle
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Post by greuti »

Could be that I saw it when I sifted through the "I think I've found a track, what do you think?" thread, but then not considered as LAT because of its shallow and clean look (for such a long "track").

Would really like to have a look at the joining movie. In the meantime we could it list.

I think that movie here too.

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