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Challenge: The Photodetective Game
relox84Date: Saturday, 17.05.2014, 19:17 | Message # 211
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Unnamed This can't be a gas giant, we can see mountains ,and I never saw gas giants with that much contrast in the colors of the upper atmosphere. I think this is just a rather huge rocky panet.
 
VoekoevakaDate: Saturday, 17.05.2014, 19:17 | Message # 212
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A gas giant?

Yes ! That was the first time I saw such a pronounced bump map for the "terrain" layer of a gas giant. I declare you victorious !





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relox84Date: Saturday, 17.05.2014, 19:27 | Message # 213
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How can this be a gas giant, they have always flat clouds ?
 
svetlikaDate: Wednesday, 04.06.2014, 14:11 | Message # 214
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I want it a little more specific: what is the name of the planet? The picture was taken from our Solar System.




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FastFourierTransformDate: Wednesday, 04.06.2014, 16:22 | Message # 215
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Quote svetlika ()
The picture was taken from our Solar System.


Who said that?
also,
when we are going to continue this photodetective game??¿
 
djgspeeDate: Wednesday, 04.06.2014, 18:18 | Message # 216
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I can join to the game? : D

sry... thats so big biggrin

 
Billy_MayesDate: Wednesday, 04.06.2014, 19:36 | Message # 217
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A (maybe desert) planet that orbits a close binary system of two orange dwarves and the suns are shining through it's red-green rings, with some stars in the background.

EDIT: The planet also has some craters and a hazy yellow atmosphere.





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Edited by Billy_Mayes - Wednesday, 04.06.2014, 19:37
 
FastFourierTransformDate: Saturday, 14.06.2014, 20:30 | Message # 218
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It has passed some time from the last image and yet has to be answered.

I am going to revive this threat using my powers of winner that didn't get his award the last time because I was too busy tongue

What you see in this image??


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Edited by FastFourierTransform - Saturday, 14.06.2014, 20:31
 
Billy_MayesDate: Saturday, 14.06.2014, 20:40 | Message # 219
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Hmm...
A texture map for a cratery planet (or our Moon) with some weird green and blue glow?

Is the picture straight from Space Engine?

EDIT: Or some really tiny FOV picture of a body through an atmosphere.





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Edited by Billy_Mayes - Saturday, 14.06.2014, 20:41
 
Donatelo200Date: Saturday, 14.06.2014, 20:51 | Message # 220
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The moon occulting the Earths atmosphere with aurora visible. So near north or south pole.




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FastFourierTransformDate: Saturday, 14.06.2014, 21:52 | Message # 221
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Well, both have win in some sense. This are moon craters as seen through the ozone layer with a FOV of merely minutes of arc.
(With a telesope far far away) the green glow is from a terrestrial aurora and the blue glow is from the troposphere of Earth. So the planet is above the image. Tricky isn't it but you are clever.
To asign a winner I would say Billy Mayes (if you don't care Donatello2000) because it has been first (but I think is acceptable that Donatello2000 continues the game also because he has been more precise in reality).

I put some pictures to show you this is really what I said:

From the normal FOV to the zoomed vision








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Billy_MayesDate: Saturday, 14.06.2014, 22:08 | Message # 222
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Oo, that's really clever.

I can't get any new pictures, but here's one I've uploaded in the Image Dump thread before:



What's going on here?





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Edited by Billy_Mayes - Saturday, 14.06.2014, 22:08
 
FastFourierTransformDate: Saturday, 14.06.2014, 22:13 | Message # 223
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Emmmm
It's a solar spot of a G type star?? I can see granulation.

It's beautifull. SE should animate those things in the near future.
 
Billy_MayesDate: Saturday, 14.06.2014, 22:18 | Message # 224
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Quote FastFourierTransform ()
It's a solar spot of a G type star?


Exactly! I had to tone down the exposure a bit to make it show up.

Your turn.





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FastFourierTransformDate: Sunday, 15.06.2014, 11:45 | Message # 225
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Oohhh great biggrin

I have another tricky one



Yeeep, it looks like a camel xD with his ear and eye observing you. But no, is not a camel.

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