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Originally posted by tauristercus
that the missile excuse is a crock of poo !
Originally posted by Point of No Return
reply to post by ALLis0NE
The reason you don't understand me is becuase your statements are the opposite of the statements of other members, and I'm trying to portray that one of you must be wrong, but jeah, it's a bit confusing.
Antiques: - The pictures are taken on the steamship pier to the east, approximately at 07.50. I can imagine that it went on for two, three minutes. It was not to believe. I was quite shaken when I saw it, "says Jan Petter Jørgensen. The picture was taken with a tripod and long shutter speed. Photo: Jan Petter Jørgensen
Recently, bright airglow emissions were observed on multiple nights during the 2008 winter campaign. Two nights of particular interest were February 26 and 27 with small-scale structure observed by the telescope on both nights. An overview of this system's capabilities and key observations thus far will be presented.
The night sky has a luminous intensity of about 250 R, while auroras can reach values of 1000 kR
Originally posted by Phage
reply to post by Point of No Return
A zoom lens does not "change proportions" of things in the same plane and it does affect distant objects more than closer objects.
[edit on 12/14/2009 by Phage]
If there is ever another "bullseye phenomina" close to a Haarp installation, we will be the first, and probably the only one's outside the military and Haarp to know the truth.
a search for haarp's bullseye can lead you to wright's air force base
Here is what the "bullseye" looked like to the instrument. www.nrl.navy.mil... www.nrl.navy.mil...