To preface this thread, this is not the first time Ive seen a bizarre anomaly in google sky map.
I think it was about a year and a half ago, while viewing the sky with my phone and google sky map, i came across a dark circle that was filled,like a
It was subtle, but noticeable.
I made mention of it in a past thread that I cannot recall the name of, but it was well over a year ago.
Then it got weird.
If I was looking at my uploaded screenshot of the dark hole on that thread, and clicked back on the browser, in the blank white 'loading' page that
lasts for maybe one second before the previous page became visible, a very conspicuous black hole showed up, but it was a very brief flash.
I tried it 10 times and it was repeatable. Every time, as long as I had the screenshot of the darkened circular object from my google sky map image,
the browser would show this black hole object for a split second in the blank loading page.
I asked my buddy who codes and works in cyber security and he was honestly baffled.
Tonight, about 30 minutes ago, I gave sky map a try. While looking toward Jupiter with the map, I saw this:
Jupiter is the cut off object on the left. It may be hard to see and you may have to adjust your screen contrast, and it will be harder to see in
bright areas, but there is again a darkened object.
This time, the darkened object in google sky map is, get this, a nonagon
A nine sided polygon of which I had never even heard of.
And yes...I just tried pressing back on the browser with the image visible. A dark nonagon flashes in the mid page, just like the other one.
So, what's a big dark nonagon doing in google sky map and in browswer loading pages? I have no idea, probably just a coding thing/error I suppoose.
A cool coincidence though, nonagon internal angles are 140 degrees, and the only visible right ascension number where the nonagon is, is 14h or 14
Anyway, make of if what you will. And theories as to why and how are welcome.
Apparently the nonagon is no stranger to the ancient Scottish rite, freemasons.
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