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hrho
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Really large low angle track

Post by hrho »

Something really energetic has made a very wide track at considerable depth across the bottom of:
http://stardustathome.ssl.berkeley.edu/ ... =6713450V1

Has anyone seen the rest of it?
Last edited by hrho on Wed Aug 30, 2006 10:26 am, edited 1 time in total.

starbright
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Post by starbright »

http://stardustathome.ssl.berkeley.edu/ ... d=862370V1

I'm pretty happy with this being another low angle track; lower left quadrant travelling straight towards top. The particle is definitely a bit below surface. Currently 61 out of 183 have flagged it (rated indeterminant).

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Re: Really large low angle track

Post by starbright »

hrho wrote:Something really energetic has made a very wide track at considerable depth across the bottom of:
http://stardustathome.ssl.berkeley.edu/ ... =6713450V1

Has anyone seen the rest of it?
Big and enigmatic I'd agree, and seems below surface, but not like an impact track. Perhaps a manufacturing imperfection in the aerogel?

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greuti
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Post by greuti »

starbright wrote:http://stardustathome.ssl.berkeley.edu/ ... d=862370V1

I'm pretty happy with this being another low angle track...

Starbright
Statistically speaking, it seems low angle (low speed) tracks are more numerous than (typical) tracks from interstellar particles...

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Post by DustBuster »

I think this is another low angle track, but it's very faint. In any case it was viewed over 200 times before it was clicked.

Here's a reference where to look, click the image to view the FOV.

Image

greuti
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Post by greuti »

Hmm, it's a difficult one. At first sight I would have said too it's one, because the focus of the "track" moves from right to left. But on the other hand it could be an item of the gel that play a trick on us because of the surface is not straight but tilted.

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Post by Sharqua »

DustBuster wrote:I think this is another low angle track, but it's very faint. In any case it was viewed over 200 times before it was clicked.

Here's a reference where to look, click the image to view the FOV.
Wow! That one is nearly invisible.

-Shar

the moon
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Post by the moon »

DustBuster wrote:I think this is another low angle track, but it's very faint. In any case it was viewed over 200 times before it was clicked.
Could be, but I see another similiar line under the surface that goes from the top edge, 100 microns from the left, to the left edge, 200 microns from the top. So they're probably cracks.

slippifishi
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Post by slippifishi »

what about this one?
http://stardustathome.ssl.berkeley.edu/ ... =1362204V1

3 out of 61 have marked it...

tiggertim
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Another low angle track & terminal partical.

Post by tiggertim »

This movie appears to have a low velocity track, along with a terminal partical. So far about 50 others have though there was something there.

http://stardustathome.ssl.berkeley.edu/ ... =6544999V1

See what you think.

Cheers.

Tim.
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greuti
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Post by greuti »

Another one: http://stardustathome.ssl.berkeley.edu/ ... =8130472V1

It got also already a comment (97 / 33 / Passed cut 1 / IDP?)

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Post by tiggertim »

Posted: Fri Sep 08, 2006 9:08 am Post subject:

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Another one: http://stardustathome.ssl.berkeley.edu/ ... =8130472V1


Looks good to me, nice track!

Cheers,

Tim.
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xxxxxy
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Post by xxxxxy »

I found this Movie 1779983V1

(At lower left sorner of the movie)

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Post by DustBuster »

xxxxxy wrote:I found this Movie 1779983V1

(At lower left sorner of the movie)
I'm gonna keep my eye out for more sorner's!
Good find!
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tiggertim
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Another low angle track

Post by tiggertim »

Spotted this tonight, Showed the family.

http://stardustathome.ssl.berkeley.edu/ ... =2220548V1

Only marked 17 / 209, not a good hit rate.

Right hand side. See what you make of it.

Cheers.

Tim
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