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BruceHull
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Movie 9368819V1

Post by BruceHull »

I would like your opinion about this movie:
http://stardustathome.ssl.berkeley.edu/ ... =9368819V1
Bruce

jsmaje
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Post by jsmaje »

To theatrix & Bruce Hull - like zioriga I can't personally see anything of interest in those movies, but neither of you provide any clue (coordinates or description) as to what in particular you are referring.

BruceHull
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Movie 4314240V1

Post by BruceHull »

Your opinion about Movie 4314240V1, please. The suspected track is at 28, 159 on the left side center of the frame. It is a very subtle track, but has a different orientation than the gel surface.
http://stardustathome.ssl.berkeley.edu/ ... =4314240V1
Bruce

fjgiie
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Post by fjgiie »

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. . . 4529404V1 at 128, 224

BruceHull, I don't think that little wiggle at (28, 159) is anything.

fjgiie

fjgiie
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Round and pretty

Post by fjgiie »

Interesting track candidate at bottom left corner.

jsmaje
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Re: Round and pretty

Post by jsmaje »

fjgiie wrote:Interesting track candidate at bottom left corner.
Wow! I've never come across anything so calibration track-like.
Fingers crossed.

greuti
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Post by greuti »

Huh! that's a nice one! Looks like it even varies its shape beneath the surface, though it is quickly diffuse.

georingo
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Post by georingo »

What about this one?:
http://stardustathome.ssl.berkeley.edu/ ... =7786491V1

(corner down left)

fjgiie
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Post by fjgiie »

georingo wrote:What about this one?:
http://stardustathome.ssl.berkeley.edu/ ... =7786491V1

(corner down left)
That one has some depth to it, not a bad track possibility.

Located at 96, 268 and added to the Alpha List!

_______fjgiie

fjgiie
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7955124V1

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7955124V1 Top center -

jsmaje
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Post by jsmaje »

Fjgiie, 7955124V1 certainly persists for at least 12 depth bars, as does this: 6138853V1 [~ 318/338; 1st of 29 viewers].

I also wonder if this (1511518V1) might be a very low-, sorry, high-angle track [going upwards and deepening from right to left; 2nd of 23 viewers; not posted before to my knowledge]:

Image

It would be good to see what adjacent movies may show.
Greuti, are you still keeping a record of such possible (LATs)HATs? Can you find any matches either side?

John

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1511518V1

Post by fjgiie »

John,

(1511518V1) - Whatever that is, it surely is a low high-angle track meaning deep into the Aerogel. At top focus we are still below the surface.
Image

jsmaje
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1511518V1

Post by jsmaje »

Indeed. To make matters clear: it's a very low high, previously low, angle track of high interest but low priority.

By the way - it's a myth that all meteorologists are manic-depressives; they just have their highs and lows ... sorry!!

roundj
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Post by roundj »

Hello all. I am new here but I think I found a good one. At first I thought it was a calibration video until after I had selected the track. Let me know what you think. It's around 10, 90:

http://stardustathome.ssl.berkeley.edu/ ... d=230283V1

roundj
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Post by roundj »

Not to spam but here is my other prospect (475, 160):

http://stardustathome.ssl.berkeley.edu/ ... =9407518V1

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