Did anyone find a CLEAR track?

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Movie 8258196V1: 5 tracks?

Post by avourekas »

First of all, a big 'thank you' to the Stardust Team for letting all us to participate in such an interesting project.

I have a few movies with possible tracks to draw your attention to like

http://stardustathome.ssl.berkeley.edu/ ... =2907460V1

http://stardustathome.ssl.berkeley.edu/ ... =8243570V1

but I would definately appreciate your opinions on movie 8258196V1 in which I can see 4 clear tracks, and 1 that looks like one.

http://stardustathome.ssl.berkeley.edu/ ... =8258196V1

The tracks are to my opinion clear as many calibration tracks I have spotted correctly. This movie has currently 114/59 vewings, so I am eagerly awaiting professional reviewing!
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Post by ToSeek »

Alex41 wrote:The clear track that I found is this, a definitely track and it just passed 1st review.

http://stardustathome.ssl.berkeley.edu/ ... =4836732V1
If you're talking about the doughnut near the right-hand edge, it looks like a surface feature to me: that side of the frame is just coming into focus when it comes into view.
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Re: A nice example of a track...

Post by joot »

janin wrote:
That is cool. I bet that is a track. This one looks like another one coming in at an angle. Not as big, but you can see a speck of something at the bottom of the track. 31 of 95 people noticed this one so far. If this isn't one, I'll be surprised.

http://stardustathome.ssl.berkeley.edu/ ... d=862370V1
Oh my goodness, Janin, that video gave me CHILLS!! I can't wait to hear what it is!

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Re: A nice example of a track...

Post by WeBeGood »

Ziggy wrote:This has got to be the clearest track I have witnessed... (StarDust or not - something fast has travelled through the gel at an angle!)

http://stardustathome.ssl.berkeley.edu/ ... =8153179V1

...and you know what? - it was worth it!
Wow, it's a rocket engine made by a Snowflake in aerogel. Complete with nozzle, that narrows to a throat, with a thrust chamber. It'll be interesting to see what's at the end of the track. I'm sure everyone see something different, as we all try to relate unknown things to the things we know best. But, the wide bell at the surface that ends at a restriction called a nozzle and continues on into the thrust chamber. Definitely a steam rocket engine, like the SSMEs on the Space Shuttle, only microscopic in size.

Great find, it will be interesting to see what's at the end of the long track.
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