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Where Is Now Comet Elenin , C/2010 X1 ?

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posted on Jun, 13 2011 @ 02:05 AM
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Originally posted by alfa1
Should get a CCD camera. Any recommendations for an introductory camera for my old Meade 2080 (8 inch cat.)?


I would start with one of these old Philips webcams that have a CCD in it if you don't want to spend $$$$.- at the beginning, they seem to be quite good already (and you will always be able to sell it again at the same price or even higher price in a few years). I have experimented with a cheap old CMOS cam I possessed already but this is not really good for deep space, the next thing I am going to do is trying to find one of these used (or new) old SPC900NC or one of the other recommended CCD webcams at ebay.

For image stacking and /or drizzling and deconvolution I have so far done some experiments with IRIS and I like it *very* much (much more than registax which seems unstable, buggy, overly complicated and still somehow featureless at the same time).

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posted on Jun, 13 2011 @ 02:16 AM
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Nice work.

Gotta keep on top of the misinformation around here.



posted on Jun, 13 2011 @ 12:20 PM
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Picture of Elenin Taken 13th June
"We were able to take our next picture of elenin today at it’s position of 10h 30m 41s +7° 55′ 47″.

Today we ran an experiment to see what the outcome would be like with comet Elenin low to the horizon. The picture of the comet was still good however there were some light anomolies originating from the telescope which appear in the picture and should be ignored… we have highlighted them with an ‘X’

With a little luck we may still be able to take pictures of elenin over the next few weeks before it disappears below the horizon."





sydneystargazers.com...


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posted on Jun, 14 2011 @ 07:04 AM
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Those pictures are awesome. I am to presume elenin is in the middle. You could have highlighted that for us. Thanks for picture. Post more. I can't believe how big it is and that we can see it already considering how far out it is.



posted on Jun, 14 2011 @ 12:36 PM
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Originally posted by FlyInTheOintment
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In the image above, you can clearly see the tail of the object as it whizzes along on its wimpy little orbit.

Just saying. Have you seen it from every angle yet?

Who's to know, huh? Whatever will be, and all that. Hope it really is a wimpy little comet...

It's not a planet, it's a comet. It didn't even detectably perturb an asteroid only 0.002 AUs from it. I'm assuming you know that's an illustration and this is your way of trying to say you think Elenin is "the winged planet."
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posted on Jun, 14 2011 @ 12:50 PM
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Originally posted by prof7
I am going to do is trying to find one of these used (or new) old SPC900NC or one of the other recommended CCD webcams at ebay.



You may be better off getting the SPC880 as the 900's are getting harder to find, the 880's only need to be flashed and then you have effectively a 900. You can get the cam, have it flashed and have a eyepiece adaptor all for under £30. Not sure how effective it would be on the comet though, but they are killer planetary cams. You can always do a long exposure mod too if needed I guess.



posted on Jun, 15 2011 @ 09:06 AM
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Dude you don't even know what it is. No one does. So you reckon you can stop being a know all and realize that it could be anything. Instead of being against it, help not hinder.



posted on Jun, 15 2011 @ 09:11 AM
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Dude you don't even know what it is. No one does. So you reckon you can stop being a know all and realize that it could be anything. Instead of being against it, help not hinder.


Seems to me that someone who has personally photographed Comet Elenin is in a much better position to understand what it is than anyone else, myself included. In what way is providing actual photographs of the object in question a hindrance? Does it interfere with your imagination?



posted on Jun, 16 2011 @ 05:11 AM
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Dude you don't even know what it is. No one does. So you reckon you can stop being a know all and realize that it could be anything.


Of course he knows what it is. It's a comet. Nothing more. Nothing less. Please get all fanciful ideas of Nibiru/Planet X/Brown Dwarf out of your head. It is nothing of the sort.



posted on Jun, 17 2011 @ 12:37 PM
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Originally posted by MasterAndrew
Dude you don't even know what it is. No one does. So you reckon you can stop being a know all and realize that it could be anything. Instead of being against it, help not hinder.


Dude, he knows that it is so lightweight that it was not even able to noticeably perturb a small asteroid directly next to it. This means that it cannot be a heavy object like a planet. This is *logic*.

You should make yourself familiar with the concept of logic and train yourself in using it every day if you really want to be a serious conspiracy theorist. Also it is essential to always consider Occam's razor whenever you are thinking about new or alternative theories.



posted on Jun, 17 2011 @ 11:00 PM
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And who told you that hey? Look at it the size of it in the pictures. How can you tell me it's a normal comet. Open your eyes and stop listening to disinformation and especially stop trying to fob it off as logic. I know logic and I have done more research on this than you seem to believe. Like I have said before this is no normal comet, just look at it.

More pictures will come out soon and you will soon say to yourself damn I am dumb and gullible.

Alignment with this object has already created massive earthquakes on our planet. Check link below.
Real Analysis

If you had any idea about magnets, gravity wells and astronomy, you might keep your mouth closed and realize this is going to be phenomenal.



posted on Jun, 18 2011 @ 06:25 AM
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Look at it the size of it in the pictures. How can you tell me it's a normal comet. Open your eyes and stop listening to disinformation and especially stop trying to fob it off as logic. I know logic and I have done more research on this than you seem to believe.


Since you are such an authority on comets, perhaps you can explain how comet C/2010X-1 differs from this comet, which you can presumably identify:



If you cannot identify the comet in the photograph, you would do well to visit the website I got it from: Bernhard's Comet Project. You will probably learn more there than on all of the "Comet Elenin is a Brown Dwarf" websites put together.

Edit to add: If you knew anything about magnetism, gravity or astronomy, you would be extremely embarrassed.
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posted on Jun, 18 2011 @ 07:35 AM
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I'm still not embarresed. It still look big and I know you have to have the last word. Thanks for the new picture. Anymore to show??? That pic really just shows that it is still an object of decent size. Do you deny that it's going to be phenomenal? Show me what makes you so certain that it is a comet that we will have nothing to worry about?



posted on Jun, 18 2011 @ 07:38 AM
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I'm still not embarresed. It still look big and I know you have to have the last word. Thanks for the new picture. Anymore to show??? That pic really just shows that it is still an object of decent size. Do you deny that it's going to be phenomenal? Show me what makes you so certain that it is a comet that we will have nothing to worry about?


If you had bothered to click on the link, you would know that it is not a photograph of Comet Elenin. It looks like Elenin because there is absolutely no discernible difference between Elenin and any other comet.



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