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posted on Dec, 20 2010 @ 11:58 PM
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Hiya all, I just checked out Human_Aliens thread on Orion Anomalies here and decided to get together some of the most interesting items I have found myself. I can almost guarantee that you wont have seen all of these and if so you must have as much spare time as me! haha

Anyway I'll try not to bore you all to death with them all but there are a fair few!
Enjoy


P.S- If these don't display properly and are cut off then they are all on my profile under the Gallery 'Google Sky Anomalies' and they will be in full view there.























(This one shows all of the big blue blobs on one page so you can see its "route")












(This Blob is behind a star or atleast it would appear that way)






(small curved light next to star and line)

































(this one you can see how the stars in the same rough are of space are sending jets of gas or something in different ways)












(the only line i have found not green, red or blue)












(this is just a step down from the red part of the above 2)






(This is the view of Arcturus which is shockingly terrible for a well known star )



(how a normal star should look just a few steps away from Arcturus)









(this one is of Vega and at the top of this image inside the star you can see ovals which are near symmetrical. Also note the horseshoe line)






(and finally, another star-fail!
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Let me know if you want to know anything




posted on Dec, 21 2010 @ 12:15 AM
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I dont understand the "anomaly" in some of them. Are you saying that theres unknown stellar objects present or it's just a not a clear picture of the area/star? They haven't taken detailed pictures of everything thats why some of the stars look like that, you probably know more than me, ive barely spent time on google sky. But since its made out of a mosaic of all kinds of pictures taken most likely at different times under different condition and even maybe different equip and then put together, it doesn't come out perfect. Unless I'm missing something, let me know, I am curious.



posted on Dec, 21 2010 @ 12:45 AM
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reply to post by snakeyeswatchingyou
 


Yes, most objects found I would consider stitching errors, but some are more interesting imo to the usual red line or blacked out area which most people know about. This isn't a collection of unknown stellar objects or a collection of ufo's, it's merely just oddities on Google Sky I have found which may -or may not- be of interest others



posted on Dec, 21 2010 @ 01:08 AM
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I wonder what the lines are(like the one in human_aliens' post), I doubt it's actually something in space, most likely something to do with the way the picture was taken/put together. I think the distance they cover and clear visibility of the lines compared to everything around it doesnt make sense for it to be "something" in space.
edit on 21-12-2010 by snakeyeswatchingyou because: (no reason given)



posted on Dec, 21 2010 @ 01:21 AM
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reply to post by snakeyeswatchingyou
 


Yes they are strange, I am sure that there is a reasonable explanation for them all but a few do pose questioning as some (like a few I have posted) actually show what appears to be the stars in front of the objects, whether or not it is simply an illusion of this I do not know



posted on Dec, 21 2010 @ 02:32 AM
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Originally posted by constant_thought
P.S- If these don't display properly and are cut off then they are all on my profile under the Gallery 'Google Sky Anomalies' and they will be in full view there.


You got a link to that gallery?

If you change the image tags from atsimg to img then any images wider than 600 pixels (too big to fit) will be scrollable. I edited one as an example.



posted on Dec, 21 2010 @ 02:36 AM
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Thats a lot of work for a bunch of graphic anomalies



posted on Dec, 21 2010 @ 11:13 AM
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reply to post by Bob Down Under
 


When boredom strikes haha


Had to wait for the Lunar Eclipse so I thought I'd slap em' up!



posted on Dec, 21 2010 @ 11:19 AM
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reply to post by Arbitrageur
 


Oh, cheers for that, I'll remember for the future
I would edit them all but that would take an eternity!

Here is the link to the album



posted on Dec, 21 2010 @ 11:53 AM
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I am an amateur astronomer, and mostly all that photos are erros while pasting theme, the streaks lines are asteroids passing tru or satellites while taking the picture (have you ever hear exposition time on DSO aka deep space objects imagening??? i guess not) and the others look more errors in some photos while taking them (saturating the ccd cam and over exposing), not al the pictures of google sky where taken at the same time! like google earth they need to wait to have good nights (steady and cool) to take pictures of the sky and then paste it on the program.



You should learn astronomy a bit this will help on this kind of pictures to see the errors in them while taking them.

Want to lear more about DSO imagening, go to this forum www.cloudynights.com there they have a section of DSO imagening where amateur astronomers show their pictures and you can see lots of them whit this kind of errors or meteorites or satellites passing tru the image.



posted on Dec, 21 2010 @ 01:19 PM
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Originally posted by AlexDJ
Want to lear more about DSO imagening, go to this forum www.cloudynights.com there they have a section of DSO imagening where amateur astronomers show their pictures and you can see lots of them whit this kind of errors or meteorites or satellites passing tru the image.
I think a lot of the Google imagery came from the Sloan Digital Sky Survey, and I found this fascinating article about all the problems and challenges they had:

Sloan Telescope Builders Battled Moths, Balky Software and Broken Mirrors

The image I don't understand fully is Arcturus. There are a series of different rectangular colors which look like digital filters perhaps. I can only guess that maybe they were trying to digitally filter out the overly bright light from Arcturus to get a better view of the stars which appear adjacent to Arcturus, similar to the way we make a fake eclipse to see the sun's corona. But that's just a guess, if anyone knows the real answer please elaborate.



posted on Dec, 21 2010 @ 01:25 PM
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Originally posted by constant_thought
reply to post by Arbitrageur
 


Oh, cheers for that, I'll remember for the future
I would edit them all but that would take an eternity!
Thanks for the link.

The entire post can be revised in about 5 seconds. Copy and paste the entire post into wordpad. choose edit, replace. type in "atsimg", replace with "img", choose "replace all", it's done in 0.000001 seconds, then copy and paste the edited text back into the thread.



posted on Dec, 21 2010 @ 04:46 PM
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Annoyingly it wont let me edit my post's I made yesterday including my OP so if anyone is still interested here they are again. Thanks for the help in fixing them!























(This one shows all of the big blue blobs on one page so you can see its "route")












(This Blob is behind a star or atleast it would appear that way)






(small curved light next to star and line)

































(this one you can see how the stars in the same rough are of space are sending jets of gas or something in different ways)












(the only line i have found not green, red or blue)












(this is just a step down from the red part of the above 2)






(This is the view of Arcturus which is shockingly terrible for a well known star )



(how a normal star should look just a few steps away from Arcturus)









(this one is of Vega and at the top of this image inside the star you can see ovals which are near symmetrical. Also note the horseshoe line)






(and finally, another star-fail!
)



posted on Mar, 14 2011 @ 10:50 AM
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hi i have posted some stuff regarding the things you are posting about. if you want to check it out heres the page.

www.abovetopsecret.com...





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