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Re: Pluto/Charon Pictures
« Reply #70 on: March 07, 2016, 03:38:02 AM »
Here's a video & screenshot of a simulation I made on my computer of a rare alignment of the Sun, Mercury, Venus, the Moon, Saturn, & Mars as they would have appeared 2 mornings ago. But Mercury would not be seen because it was buried in the glare of the sun. Pluto was also in the visual alignment, but you'd need a real big, powerful telescope to see it. It was cloudy that morning so I told my computers to actually run an accurate view of it. So I watched the sunrise that morning on my TV in HDTV warm inside on a cloudy day. It may be a simulation, but a pretty accurate view of what I couldn't see. I can run a simulated HD view of what any part of the sky would look like from any part of the world from any time from a million years ago in the past to a million years from now, & run the motion of the sky at any speed from normal to 10,000 years a second.

The HD imaging was shrunk & compressed down considerably for web use though.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q2ekBryEZpg

The moon is nearing the sun, & by this morning is too close to it to be seen. The eclipse is tomorrow on the 8th. In the USA we should see only a slight edge of the moon touch the edge of the sun & corona near sunset (west coast a little more than east coast. But our friends in Asia, Australia, & Hawaii should see a lot more of it in their afternoon (see my previous post here for a phone shot of the simulation I made).


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Re: Pluto/Charon Pictures
« Reply #71 on: March 07, 2016, 03:12:20 PM »
Of course 5 planets, Pluto, the moon & sun aren't really in alignment this week, but merely appear to be aligned from our perspective of them on earth. Jupiter, earth, the moon, & the sun will be in perfect alignment tomorrow during the eclipse.  Venus, Mercury, & the sun are almost in alignment, but at a right angle to us.

What is unusual is so many planets on one side of the sun at the same time, with only Uranus, Neptune, & Pluto on the other side. I'm sure astrologers are having a heyday with this.

Here's a picture of where the planets are right now. Sorry about no Pluto. This is an online clip from an external site. Most planetary & star maps have opted not to put it in their pictures, or the ones that do are only ones that also include most asteroids down to only a few miles across. Also I could never understand in most of these charts, why they show the earth almost as big as Jupiter & the sun, where they usually show Saturn as the biggest thing in the solar system. Earth is just a small dot compared to Jupiter. You can fit several earths in just it's red spot. And Jupiter, the largest planet is just a spot compared to the sun. You can fit one or more Jupiters in most sunspots.


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Re: Pluto/Charon Pictures
« Reply #72 on: March 17, 2016, 08:06:58 AM »
Here's a time lapse simulated view of this week's night sky that I made on the computers. An entire night squeezed into a little over 4 minutes. It's in 2 parts. The first half is a view of the southern half of the sky as viewed from the northern hemisphere for the whole night. The second half is the view of the northern sky.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8iIFYzq1Xlo

Here's a few clear still shots of the simulation. Or course you have to be far from bright city & town lights so the sky is black to see these views, like far in the country. In the bright city you'll only see a few of the brightest stars & planets, unless you're using binoculars. If you're in a less lighted suburban area, you may see a few more stars. Even tonight in the early part of the night, the moon will be out, & its glare will drown out some of the stars.

I miss these views I used to get as a kid, when the city lights weren't as bright, weren't on all night, & you didn't have to go far for dark country skies. That's why I run the simulations to enjoy my stars again. You can bring a little of that view out in the city by viewing the sky with simple 7x50 binoculars. 10x50 will work too, but it's so hard to hold the higher powered ones steady enough to enjoy for long. The binoculars brighten up the view of the sky, & enhance the colors more, but at those low powers nothing up there will look much bigger. at 10x50 you might barely make out Saturn's rings, & a couple of Jupiter's moons. But you'll sure see a lot more stars, clusters, & colors with them.

Must see the Pleiades star cluster with binoculars. They're beautiful. It sets early in the west this time of the year just before Orion sets. So if you don't catch it soon it will disappear until near the end of the summer when you'll see it rising in the east.

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Re: Pluto/Charon Pictures
« Reply #73 on: March 18, 2016, 11:34:22 PM »
Saw many stars in the sky Wednesday night as it was pretty clear up here but I never really checked to see what they were. I know there was Venus, Mars and the North Star but I really didn't have time to look for other specific ones. I did see a shooting star in the North about two weeks ago on a very cold clear night.

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Re: Pluto/Charon Pictures
« Reply #74 on: March 19, 2016, 03:46:17 AM »
From our angle Venus is too close to the sun & almost impossible to see, because the pre-dawn sunlight drowns it out. However if you're somewhere with a very low horizon, & it's an extra clear crisp horizon, you might be able to just barely see it just before dawn. Because of its proximity to to the sun, it will always only be visible after sunset in the west, or before dawn in the east, or invisible because it's too close to the sun. It will never be high in the sky, or visible in the middle of the night.

Long before dawn though, Saturn rises, being the second brightest thing in the sky (not counting the moon). Jupiter, the brightest thing in the night sky (except the moon) rises as the sun sets, &  sets as the sun rises now. That's probably what you saw low in the east after sunset. It's bright & high in southern sky by the middle of the night. Mars, not far from Saturn from our view is brighter than usual because it's closer than it's been in 2 years.

The north star is actually quite faint in cities because the city lights drown it out. It's actually too faint to see in my bright area except on a rare occasion. The big dipper is a little brighter. Very late at night, bright Vega is in the northern sky. Very bright Sirius is low in the southern sky just after sunset, just below & to the left of Orion. Last chances to see Orion as it sets a little earlier every day, so from our view, soon it will be too close to the sun to see. But by the end of June, you should catch a glimpse of it rising in the east just before sunrise.

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Re: Pluto/Charon Pictures
« Reply #75 on: March 20, 2016, 01:01:11 AM »
Yes Betty, I see Venus in the early morning sometimes just before daybreak up here. I am on the edge of the city so there are not too many bright lights out here and open countryside just a 1/4 mile away. I was hoping to see the Northern lights this winter but have not as yet. I think I have only seen them maybe two or three times in my life, the first being when I was 8 years old in the Atlantic ocean on my way to Canada from England. We were a few days away from Newfoundland and you could hear the crackle in the air as they were overhead like static electricity. Very impressive for an 8 year old boy on a big ship in the middle of nowhere.

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Re: Pluto/Charon Pictures
« Reply #76 on: April 01, 2016, 12:17:56 PM »
Our place in the universe.

We are so small compared to the rest of universe.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P1-H1_6OACY

Yep. I have 2 YouTube channels now. Just like the other site, PSK Research is also a Betty's channel, but for non-sissy stuff. I just started the channel recently so there's hardly anything there yet.

Here's another recent video there,
What part of the population are you:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i2vAoH9Gqck

And of course, we have our own sissy channel,
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC-noN--r7_wREFSWwV0XB_w/videos

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Re: Pluto/Charon Pictures
« Reply #77 on: April 16, 2016, 10:55:30 AM »
We have some more images of Ceres. This time it's a lot. Thanks to our exclusive imaging enhancement software, you won't find these same pictures anywhere else sharper & clearer. The newest images start on page 8 of the thread & continue onto page 12. But don't forget to check out the previous pages if you missed the older ones. Enjoy Astro Fans!

http://unclegadget.com/psk/index.php/topic,37.49.html

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Re: Pluto/Charon Pictures
« Reply #78 on: April 19, 2016, 02:13:30 PM »
NASA came out with a stunning 4K UHD video of the Aurora. Unfortunately there was an animation of an airlock & stuff in the beginning, with more nonsense end, making the fun part of the video only 4 minutes long. Then they sped it up too much to enjoy it. In my version, I cut out the silly stuff, & slowed down the cool stuff so it's almost 9 minutes long. The UHD version didn't look all that sharp either, so I enhanced it, & converted it down to 720p HD. They say my version is actually clearer than the UHD version. The 5 minute audio was also tweaked to extend it to about 9 minutes. Enjoy science fans!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2Z8RWIcbtQ8

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Bright fireball lights up New England.
« Reply #79 on: May 17, 2016, 12:59:37 PM »
A bright meteor over New England was seen in 9 states & even Quebec. In this version, I enhanced it, & run it in slow motion. Nature's fireworks!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aLWIx4WOGaM

As usual, our hi-tech radar, meteor, asteroid, & aircraft detection system failed to see this one coming.


 

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