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...about 60 people work at full time assuring the production of images as well as the efficiency of the observing stations...
Originally posted by odyseusz
Originally posted by internos
reply to post by m0r1arty
The only thing that I could see here is dark stucco in macro photo.
Originally posted by mikesingh
Then what do you see in the video grab here, in the pic below? This one's too good to be true, what?
Originally posted by MysterE
reply to post by Sliadon
One thing I just noticed... Taymour is in Bari, Italy, which is approximatly 70km from Matera, Italy. Matera is home to one of the Italian Space Agencys (Agenzia Spaziale Italiana; ASI) operational centers.
Originally posted by Sliadon
Tying into my previous post, an interesting topic of discussion into this debate would be a X-ray and Gamma Ray satellite called AGILE that is currently in space being used to image distant celestial objects.
Forgive me as my knowledge of Spacecraft is no where near as polished as some of you, but what are the chances that this little device perhaps picked up something in terms of interference from another entity. It is in fact an imaging satellite and with so many different satellites pointed in so many different directions **remember taking a stretch here** it could have happened to pick up information that scared this person (again, assuming its a client) into seeking counsel.
This work is supported by a grant from ASI
That means that Hubble will be able to see at least 90 times more objects in deep space than it could when it was deployed in April 1990