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Challenge:Best ''Space Telescope'' Images!
sergejzivkovicDate: Friday, 22.05.2015, 15:28 | Message # 1
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So this is kind of a challenge for the most beautiful pictures of powerful SE Telescope mode...
Rules:
*You will have to take pictures from Earth and Solar System(Not from exoplanets)*
*Take pictures of Nebula,Galaxies,Star Clusters and other Planets...NOT STARS!*


So I think these are all rules for SE TELESCOPE PICTURES CONTEST!
If you don't understand the thread,you have pics in Attachments for an example(Andromeda,Saturn and one Space Telescope Sunrise!) biggrin




*If you don't know how to control your own SE Space Telescope just press Page Up and Page Down on your keyboard*

Attachments: 0102517.jpg(143Kb) · 3590083.jpg(129Kb) · 5579678.jpg(46Kb)
 
IanTheGuyDate: Saturday, 30.05.2015, 01:15 | Message # 2
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Andromeda W/ Space telescope.

Kinda bad I guess


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Math is the "programming" language of the universe.

Edited by IanTheGuy - Saturday, 30.05.2015, 01:15
 
sergejzivkovicDate: Saturday, 30.05.2015, 07:05 | Message # 3
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It's not bad at all! It's actually preety...! biggrin
 
sergejzivkovicDate: Saturday, 30.05.2015, 09:30 | Message # 4
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This one is good too...It was taken from Earth...These two galaxies that were colidinig were named NGC 2207.. biggrin

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IanTheGuyDate: Saturday, 30.05.2015, 16:52 | Message # 5
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Very nice, and thanks. cool biggrin

Here is M 81 with its neighbors.


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Math is the "programming" language of the universe.

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BlueDracheDate: Sunday, 31.05.2015, 05:29 | Message # 6
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What an intresting challenge! *sends up a hubble in a halo orbit at the Earth/Sun L2*

Picture of Earth from the L2 point, 1.5 Mkm from Earth.


Time Normalized View 180 degrees rotation as of 2015.05.31 00h50m30s


A view of the Carina Nebula at default zoom. When I'm jamming around the Milky Way, this nebula is almost always visible and one of the landmarks I use to get back to the general direction of Sol.


A close view of the Carina Nebula


A randomly selected spot in the sky at about 10.5h and -65 degrees on the galactic coordinate scale.


Same spot with galaxy exposure cranked up.


What's this green spot? Oh ... a planetary nebula.


After gathering the light for a while with a wider field of about 20 arc seconds, I captured this oddity.
A highly redshifted pair of (possibly) orbiting galaxies, but after closer examination, they're 6Gly a part.

Can't seem to target that white dot in the upper left of the picture. Unknown what it is.


Edit: The target on the globular in the orange galaxy is the central globular for that galaxy.
Edit: Figured out what that spot was ... a red dwarf in the Milky Way Galaxy. RS 8409-1794-8-9553903-50 A Probably should have guessed as much since it wasn't redshifted and was just a singular point of light on its own.


Edited by BlueDrache - Sunday, 31.05.2015, 05:53
 
IanTheGuyDate: Sunday, 31.05.2015, 14:14 | Message # 7
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BlueDrache, The last picture is the best one. biggrin




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AlekDate: Sunday, 31.05.2015, 21:06 | Message # 8
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Are we allowed to post telescope pictures from outside of Earth orbit, say, Saturnian orbit?




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IanTheGuyDate: Sunday, 31.05.2015, 21:20 | Message # 9
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Quote Alek ()
Are we allowed to post telescope pictures from outside of Earth orbit, say, Saturnian orbit?


Just from earth or from the solar system.





Math is the "programming" language of the universe.

Edited by IanTheGuy - Monday, 01.06.2015, 01:19
 
BlueDracheDate: Monday, 01.06.2015, 00:39 | Message # 10
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Quote Alek ()
Are we allowed to post telescope pictures from outside of Earth orbit, say, Saturnian orbit?


AFAIK,

Quote sergejzivkovic ()
*You will have to take pictures from Earth and Solar System(Not from exoplanets)*
*Take pictures of Nebula,Galaxies,Star Clusters and other Planets...NOT STARS!*


Yes.

Quote IanTheGuy ()
You can post telescope pictures from anywhere.


Not quite *anywhere* ... you may wish to qualify that a little better.
 
IanTheGuyDate: Monday, 01.06.2015, 01:19 | Message # 11
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Quote BlueDrache ()
Not quite *anywhere* ... you may wish to qualify that a little better.


We can fix it! wacko





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AlekDate: Wednesday, 03.06.2015, 00:41 | Message # 12
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I can give closer views of the Earth in this re-created Cassini photo if you want!





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FastFourierTransformDate: Wednesday, 03.06.2015, 08:43 | Message # 13
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Quote Alek ()
I can give closer views of the Earth in this re-created Cassini photo if you want!


That belongs to this thread :D!!!
http://en.spaceengine.org/forum/10-2284-1
 
sergejzivkovicDate: Sunday, 14.06.2015, 09:59 | Message # 14
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It seems like the BlueDrache last picture with these two unknown galaxies wins...I'm going to put it into first post of this thread... biggrin
 
BambusmanDate: Sunday, 14.06.2015, 11:35 | Message # 15
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i have some images with the telescope mode:

Tadpole Galaxy:


Red Spider Nebula


Bodes Galaxy
 
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