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The way the lens artifacts look depends on the way the lens is made (the type of lens and the elements it uses), so only lens made in the same way can show artifacts that look the same. Because of that, any experiment made with common consumer cameras will show the same artifacts if they are made with cameras that use lens from the same maker, and different makers create different artifacts.
Originally posted by Akezzon
Also, the lens anomalies I've be presented here on ATS have another "feel" to it compared to the ones in the NASA clips.
The Anomalies have a fuzzy texture inside of them, and the contours are not as sharp as in the NASA video.
The bacterias found by ISRO were not in space, they were in the high atmosphere, they were found on samples taken by a balloon, not a space craft.
I think you all, also have to open your mind more about life forms in space now since the "old" new news have been announced about bacteria in space.
They did not said that they were based on different "building blocks", they only said that they were unknown species.
That proves that life forms, not based upon the same building blocks as the inhabitants of earth are made off, can survive in an hostile environment as space.
Originally posted by ArMaP
In this case, I can not see anything that can give a clue to where the object is, in front or behind the "cross-hairs", but it looks to me like a very small, out of focus, reflective (or with a high albedo) object.
Microbiologist Robert McLean assumed his experiment
aboard the shuttle was lost when Columbia broke apart
upon re-entering the Earth's atmosphere Feb. 1, 2003.
But its container was found intact in a convenience store parking lot in Nacogdoches
Originally posted by NephraTari
This is not a UFO I took a stillshot. It looks alot like a beam from a flashlight.
Originally posted by weedwhacker
I canjust imagine, if we could uplink this thread to the Shuttle right now, they would all get a good laugh....just before they go to sleep.....