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posted on Jan, 16 2005 @ 08:32 AM
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Hehe..lotsve Voyager fans here!! I liked the EMH doctor the most...


yeh Voyager is a cool show, one of the reasons it gets my attention is because of Seven of Nine (the chick with the big tits and the tight suit
). They undoubtedly put her in there to boost ratings, but i'm not complaining every sunday night when it's on TV1
. Also, that Vulcan chick makes Enterprise much more interesting too
. I'm a Next Generation man myself (it has to be the best), but those two are okay to watch once a week (more than enough star trek for a week IMO).

But anyway, enough about my teenage ways I commend the mission done by NASA and the ESA. The few pictures we've seen so far are astounding and I hope for some of those panarama's are cleaned up and are in brilliant colour. I look forward to more.

thanks,
drfunk




posted on Jan, 16 2005 @ 08:37 AM
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Originally posted by drfunk

yeh Voyager is a cool show, one of the reasons it gets my attention is because of Seven of Nine (the chick with the big tits and the tight suit
). They undoubtedly put her in there to boost ratings, but i'm not complaining every sunday night when it's on TV1
. Also, that Vulcan chick makes Enterprise much more interesting too
. I'm a Next Generation man myself (it has to be the best), but those two are okay to watch once a week (more than enough star trek for a week IMO).



No way hose!!
Voyager rules the roost and ENT follows close behind..though TNG was definitely responsible for bring in the the 'actual' trekkie fanclub which was more realistc than the TOS era..



posted on Jan, 16 2005 @ 08:48 AM
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Originally posted by nukunuku
my question is why are all the pictures in such a bad quality? They look like they were taken with a telephone camera. Certainly at this day and age they couldve
upped the resolution by a few million pixels?

...mmmmm, what missing picture?


So beyond the obvious problems of sending data hundreds of millions of miles across space, I'm going to guess without knowing the exact compisition of the atmosphere that our camera optics are not optimized for super dense atmospheres with thick hydrocarbon haze all over. Given that, the pictures are pretty good actually.



posted on Jan, 16 2005 @ 12:07 PM
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Thanks Chakotay.

Unfortunately, my brother never saw the picture that nasa pulled down, so there's no way of knowing. If your image dump has it, NASA pulled the image for very boring reasons.



posted on Jan, 16 2005 @ 12:17 PM
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The missing pic I am referring to, I never got to see.

And the pic I did referre to seeing was the one that was attached to the CNN.com's home page article about the mission. And that is where they mentioned that NASA's website had taken down a pic (undescribed) from their website almost immediatly after posting it, and that the ESA refused to put that (undescribed) pic onto their website...

The reason I mentioned the one pic (from the cnn.com website) was to reference that when I went back to their site like 20 minutes later, the article was exactly the same, except for one thing. It was then missing all that verbage I am referring to about the missing NASA pic....



DAMNIT, WHY DIDNT I TAKE A SCREEN SHOT..........








Thor

[edit on 16-1-2005 by ThorGodOfThunder]



posted on Jan, 16 2005 @ 12:32 PM
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Just to Clarify:

That is exactly what my brother said. He went to CNN.com where they mentioned a picture taken down from NASA.gov. He went back to CNN.com, but the article was edited and made no mention of the image or the fact that it was removed.

He never saw the image and that makes us more curious. At least NASA could've left the image in their archives with a disclaimer about why they removed it from the main site.



posted on Jan, 16 2005 @ 12:40 PM
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The Germans can be pretty arrogant, but competent otherwise...

the probe lasted for about 5 hours though...it was only expected to last 3 hours...so pretty decent!



posted on Jan, 16 2005 @ 12:49 PM
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How about this picture Cassini made , revealing the "bulge" of Iapetus moon? Looks a bit artificial doesn't it???




I can already picture how Rense.com will post an Article "RINGWORLD - Did the aliens build a giant synchronotron quantumdrive on Iapetus? " LOLLLLLL


[edit on 16-1-2005 by Countermeasures]



posted on Jan, 16 2005 @ 01:27 PM
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That bulge looks quite nasty huh?!! ..hehe..

Don't any of you guys who saw the 'missing pic' remember what it looked liked...none of replied to the question I'd posted before..


Getting back to the missing pic...so its a birds eye view..i.e photo taken from the air right??
Okay Thor, lets try n work this out, what pics did u see before the missing one and which ones did you see after....??...
Maybe we can get a better idea of it that way..
Also you say it was upstream to the "1st pic"..upstream in what sense
(North , NW or NE) ??
Finally if it was a birdseye shot from the air and not a panoramic ground shot then maybe you could reproduce it for us in paint or something?

Do you remember anything odd about the details of that pic??
Any 'organised' structures which show signs of symmetry?

Waiting impatiently for answers....


still waiting impatiently



posted on Jan, 16 2005 @ 03:11 PM
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Originally posted by nukunuku
my question is why are all the pictures in such a bad quality? They look like they were taken with a telephone camera. Certainly at this day and age they couldve
upped the resolution by a few million pixels?

...mmmmm, what missing picture?


I *believe* higher quality pics are due later.. at least I think I read that.. like I said.. ESA sucks for sharing information. They insist on getting first crack and analysing it and only then does the world at large get a chance to see, unlike NASA..

Osiris



posted on Jan, 16 2005 @ 03:30 PM
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I think we will have to wait a few days while they sort things out. I watched a show on the BBC that showed a pic that i have not seen on the net yet, even though there are pics on the net that they did show.



posted on Jan, 16 2005 @ 03:57 PM
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Yep I think better to wait. its weekend now and there isn't allot things they are doing now so monday and the days after we will get more info. and if you are interrested in this subject there are many links to pages on
www.spacetoday.net



posted on Jan, 16 2005 @ 03:58 PM
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Oh don't know if this is a link you might interrested in as well

www.lpl.arizona.edu...



posted on Jan, 16 2005 @ 09:34 PM
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Originally posted by Countermeasures
How about this picture Cassini made , revealing the "bulge" of Iapetus moon? Looks a bit artificial doesn't it???... I can already picture how Rense.com will post an Article "RINGWORLD - Did the aliens build a giant synchronotron quantumdrive on Iapetus?


Hmmm. Equatorial maglev launcher, using superconducting coils (facilitated by low ambient temperature)... what is really spooky about it, Arthur C. Clarke made Iapetus the location of The Stargate in his original 2001: A Space Odyssey. They changed locations for the screenplay. Arthur is a student of History and Legend- I wonder if maybe he was on to something?

As for Seven- aka Annika Hansen - if you're out there, Jeri, come and join us. ATS rocks


[edit on 16-1-2005 by Chakotay]



posted on Jan, 17 2005 @ 05:23 AM
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Hey!

Some other Space enthusiasts, have done some really nice work at putting together the Huygens images. None of them seem to be pros, but there is some outstanding work there..And some nice "guesses"

The link is pretty slow, so be patient...

Here is an example


And Here is the page.

Titan, faster than ESA

[edit on 17-1-2005 by spacedoubt]



posted on Jan, 17 2005 @ 07:51 AM
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Very nice pic! It looks as if the liquid has no starting point! This could mean that the liquid comes from underground sources. I wonder how Saturn affects its tides. Maybe some rivers flow uphill!



posted on Jan, 17 2005 @ 08:04 AM
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Wow!...That's brilliant Spacedoubt...Thanks for the link mate.



posted on Jan, 17 2005 @ 08:14 AM
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Originally posted by ShadowXIX
It is the European Space Agency that landed on Titan not Nasa. I might be better to check here for new pictures.

www.esa.int...

[edit on 14-1-2005 by ShadowXIX]


I understand that the ESA was the lead, but wasnt it a joint operation with NASA?



posted on Jan, 17 2005 @ 11:09 AM
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Here is another composite of Titan(30 images),taken by Huygens from an altitude varying from 13 kilometers down to 8 kilometers during its descent toward it's landing side, the resolution is about 20 metres per pixel & cover an area extending out to 30 kilometres.




posted on Jan, 17 2005 @ 01:43 PM
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This moon may be artificial indeed...check out this tread...!
noone seem to reply at all...

www.abovetopsecret.com...


There was another tread that discussed whether all moon are artificial...there was even a saying our moon maybe a spaceship...(habited by reptilian entities)

www.abovetopsecret.com...



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