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The Space Tether Experiment: detected enormous amount of Energy!

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posted on May, 15 2019 @ 09:07 AM
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a reply to: Bloodworth

The objects shown are close to the camera NOT next to or behind the tether also it's being shown the object with the NOTCH is caused by the lens design on the camera.

Out of focus highlights appear to change shape and opacity due to aperture of the camera an example here. Look at the shape and how it looks like something is inside the out of focus light watch till the end.



Here is a picture I took of the Moon with no stars showing. Exposure details 1/80 sec iso 100 f11



The shutter speed is to quick to show stars because f11 lets in very little light and iso 100 is a typical speed for dayight as the Moon is reflected sunlight


Here is a video (5 years ago) of stars with a modern mirrorless camera



Look at the first settings for video used on the camera 1/30 a second half mine but f 1.1 not 11 so way more light and iso 51200 way more sensitive.

The Astronauts wouldn't be aware of how settings/optics will make objects look also the ISS does regular water dunps etc.

Many of us on here are keen even pro photographers I have done this for a hobby for 40 years at the end of this year.

Many of us take pictures of the night sky.

Calling all Astrophotographers, all skill levels. Post your work.

So guess what we know what we are talking about

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posted on May, 15 2019 @ 11:05 AM
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originally posted by: wmd_2008
a reply to: Bloodworth

The objects shown are close to the camera NOT next to or behind the tether also it's being shown the object with the NOTCH is caused by the lens design on the camera.

Out of focus highlights appear to change shape and opacity due to aperture of the camera an example here. Look at the shape and how it looks like something is inside the out of focus light watch till the end.



Here is a picture I took of the Moon with no stars showing. Exposure details 1/80 sec iso 100 f11



The shutter speed is to quick to show stars because f11 lets in very little light and iso 100 is a typical speed for dayight as the Moon is reflected sunlight


Here is a video (5 years ago) of stars with a modern mirrorless camera



Look at the first settings for video used on the camera 1/30 a second half mine but f 1.1 not 11 so way more light and iso 51200 way more sensitive.

The Astronauts wouldn't be aware of how settings/optics will make objects look also the ISS does regular water dunps etc.

Many of us on here are keen even pro photographers I have done this for a hobby for 40 years at the end of this year.

Many of us take pictures of the night sky.

Calling all Astrophotographers, all skill levels. Post your work.

So guess what we know what we are talking about


Well said, i was speaking more about pictures being taken when in space.
Like a astronaut working on the space station.

Ok that one object with the notch can be a camera effect.
But why would the astronaut say its debris that floats around them then?



posted on May, 15 2019 @ 09:30 PM
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"But why would the astronaut say its debris that floats around them then? "

Because he could see it was close, and small?



posted on May, 17 2019 @ 04:05 AM
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originally posted by: JimOberg
"But why would the astronaut say its debris that floats around them then? "

Because he could see it was close, and small?


Right, I am interested in this small floating debris.
What is it made of?

Is it all over space?

Are some areas more congested with the debris like a body of water can be more dirty and others more clear?

Is the camera causing the debris to blink like that, see that one triangle looking object?

Debris seems to follow a consistency of travel and speed.
Not just moving around randomly.

Strange this is the only video of such debris in space.
I want pictures and more video.



posted on May, 17 2019 @ 09:42 AM
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It seems most likely to be ice, dislodged from the Shuttle itself. Not sure, but it might come from ammonia coolant system.

Here's footage of similar debris during an STS mission. A few ice particles get blown off when a maneuvering thuster is fired briefly.

www.youtube.com...



posted on May, 17 2019 @ 09:43 AM
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originally posted by: wildespace
a reply to: Bloodworth
It seems most likely to be ice, dislodged from the Shuttle itself. Not sure, but it might come from ammonia coolant system.

Here's footage of similar debris during an STS mission. A few ice particles get blown off when a maneuvering thuster is fired briefly.

www.youtube.com...




Cool



posted on May, 17 2019 @ 09:47 AM
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a reply to: Bloodworth


Space Shuttle water dump viewed from Earth





Water dump from payload bay cameras




posted on May, 17 2019 @ 11:39 AM
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originally posted by: wmd_2008
a reply to: Bloodworth


Space Shuttle water dump viewed from Earth





Water dump from payload bay cameras



Strange,

no asteroids ever in these backgrounds?



posted on May, 20 2019 @ 09:59 AM
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a reply to: Bloodworth

Do you actually know what an Asteroid is



posted on May, 21 2019 @ 02:10 PM
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Another bizarre feature of the shuttle-origin 'dandruff' [usually water ice] is that the particles can indeed change direction on their own, usually from air drag or unballanced sublimation push. The observed density is highly variable depending on shuttle activity, and on illumination conditions -- the best viewing is at sunrise with a dark Earth in the background [cameras were set up in that pointing orientation to search for sprites and elves lightning on the horizon]. And that happens to be when the most notorious 'shuttle UFO videos' actually occurred.

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