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Massive Object Skims the Sun


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  • Justaguy#

    Justaguy April 28, 2011 10:50:45 PM CEST

    i think this object was in the earth atmoshere and bending of light and perspective made it look like it skimmed the sun. another reason is its speed - given the diameter of the sun with around 1,39 million km, the object would have traveled faster than the speed of light.

  • Amazeroth#

    Amazeroth December 24, 2010 1:52:15 AM CET

    Nice one! Although I think similar effects can be reached with an object within the atmosphere passing the sun disc, depending on the shutter speed and aperture, amongst other settings in and other attributes of a camera.Especially suspicious is that there is already a light streak towards the object before it touches the sun.Thank you for posting!

  • Amazeroth#

    Amazeroth December 24, 2010 1:48:25 AM CET

    What the hell is a 'sun dog'? I never heard this expression - please explain.Thank you in advance.

  • Dalmil54#

    Dalmil54 November 18, 2010 8:21:12 PM CET

    Yeah Right !!! a Cloud,

  • Mrralleycat#

    Mrralleycat October 25, 2010 1:30:02 AM CEST

    It's Kirk time flying

  • Stevevokillz#

    Stevevokillz November 17, 2009 8:52:16 AM CET

    The helicopter is not actually in the picture, its a logo. Lol.

  • Bezay#

    Bezay April 26, 2009 8:55:31 AM CEST

    That's what's called a sun dog, they happen more frequently around the equator more so over open waters.

  • Anrk07#

    Anrk07 April 2, 2009 9:50:51 AM CEST

    you can clearly see the camera dip and the light from the sun is shining on some high cloud.

  • Smokes#

    Smokes February 20, 2009 6:21:07 AM CET

    maybe its closer than it seems maybe its not far sumtin dat fast would probly destroy the sun looks kinda big if it were passin through it

  • Markcumbriauk#

    Markcumbriauk January 26, 2009 12:54:29 AM CET

    that was very intresting,



 
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