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Originally posted by xpoq47
What's your zoom factor there?
What's the minimum zoom you would have needed to ID that "dot"?
The importance of good quality equipment in the right hands is thus demonstrated.
My point? If you can't take a proper picture of it, don't take a picture. It will mislead us all and waste our time.
Originally posted by H1ght3chHippie
So you're basically saying "If you are not 100% sure of being able to identify the object you are about to photograph, do not even waste your time taking a picture."
Is it just me, or doesn't that make any sense at all ? If you'd always be able to identify what you see, there would hardly be any U left in UFO, leading the whole issue ad absurdum.
Originally posted by ArMaP
Is it good enough to make an identification? I don't think so, as I don't see enough detail, but I know what it was because I was expecting it to appear at that time on that area of the sky, it's the International Space Station.