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Challenge: The Photodetective Game
JackDoleDate: Tuesday, 31.05.2016, 16:44 | Message # 361
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A hill in the center of a crater.




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HornblowerDate: Tuesday, 31.05.2016, 16:46 | Message # 362
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A hill in the center of a crater.

Yay, you got it right. Your turn, JackDole


Edited by Hornblower - Tuesday, 31.05.2016, 16:46
 
JackDoleDate: Tuesday, 31.05.2016, 17:08 | Message # 363
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Actually, it's Salvo's turn. He was passed over!




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HornblowerDate: Tuesday, 31.05.2016, 17:11 | Message # 364
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Oh yeah!
 
OstariskDate: Thursday, 02.06.2016, 03:25 | Message # 365
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Salvo, It your turn.





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SalvoDate: Friday, 03.06.2016, 07:56 | Message # 366
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Perspective cool

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Edited by Salvo - Friday, 03.06.2016, 07:57
 
JackDoleDate: Friday, 03.06.2016, 09:39 | Message # 367
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Perhaps on the right of Jupiter are Io and Europa. The shadow-casting moon is Ganymede. Callisto is either not in the picture, or behind Jupiter.

But it could also be that the two moons are Io and Callisto, and Europa is not in the picture!





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steeljaw354Date: Friday, 03.06.2016, 10:14 | Message # 368
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Io closest, Europa or Callisto to the right and Ganymede doing an eclipse over jupiter.
 
SalvoDate: Saturday, 04.06.2016, 08:45 | Message # 369
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Io and Europa

Yeah, you got this part right, but that is absolutely not the shadow of Ganymede cool





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spacerDate: Saturday, 04.06.2016, 10:21 | Message # 370
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its not a shadow! maybe earth moon and you zoomed in?
or moon of other planet or even earth?





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JackDoleDate: Saturday, 04.06.2016, 12:49 | Message # 371
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maybe earth moon and you zoomed in?
or moon of other planet or even earth?

I think that is not clearly determinable! The 'spot' could be, for example Mercury.



Or Venus, maybe also Ceres ...



Probably It might also be Pluto. It can not be Neptune and the other giant planets.

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Edited by JackDole - Saturday, 04.06.2016, 14:13
 
steeljaw354Date: Saturday, 04.06.2016, 13:53 | Message # 372
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Venus would be brighter and more yellow-white. It makes sense to be ceres
 
KexittDate: Saturday, 04.06.2016, 14:02 | Message # 373
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It's Callisto




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JackDoleDate: Saturday, 04.06.2016, 14:14 | Message # 374
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Venus would be brighter and more yellow-white.

Not if - seen from Jupiter - Venus is almost behind the sun. Then you look at the night side. This is the case with Mercury, in my image.





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SalvoDate: Saturday, 04.06.2016, 17:32 | Message # 375
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zoomed in

Yes, you guys are getting pretty close.

Quote JackDole ()
that is not clearly determinable!

Since it's so dark it cannot be a Galilean moon, but actually it can be any planet since you can't see so many surface details (the low image quality kind of broken the thing).

So tell me, which planet do you think it is? happy
(it's not Ceres)





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Edited by Salvo - Saturday, 04.06.2016, 17:32
 
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