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Author Topic:   Coffee House Musing - Webb, Hubble and Other Space Based Observatories
xongsmith
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Message 14 of 73 (899953)
10-21-2022 12:10 PM
Reply to: Message 2 by Tanypteryx
10-20-2022 4:25 PM


Re: Hubble and Webb Showcase the Pillars of Creation (Slider Tool)
as i mentioned in the other older thread, interesting that the little "trapezium" of 4 white stars at the bottom of the 3rd leg (the small one at the right half way down) in the JWST is INVISIBLE in the Hubble version due to them being so far in the Red end.

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xongsmith
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Message 20 of 73 (899971)
10-21-2022 2:29 PM
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10-21-2022 12:23 PM


Re: Hubble and Webb Showcase the Pillars of Creation (Slider Tool)
Theodoric notes:
This slide look of the two images really points that out.
yes, and if you look at my picture in Message 317, together with Percy's posted JWST picture just above it in the old thread, you also see it clearly.

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Message 58 of 73 (906055)
02-06-2023 2:24 PM
Reply to: Message 57 by ringo
02-06-2023 1:29 PM


Re: Getting Back On Topic
Ringo writes:
I was going to say that it shows a higher light density in Alberta than in Ontario, which is backwards.
i think those are the tar/gas flames burning off from the megahuge fossil fuel efforts that led to the Keystone pipeline controversy.
KEEP IT IN THE GROUND!

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Death to #TzarVladimirtheCondemned!
Enjoy every sandwich!

- xongsmith, 5.7dawkins scale


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