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Re: Structures on Vesta?

Post by -Marduk- » Wed Nov 09, 2011 2:13 am

Re: Structures on Vesta?

Post by Savwafair2012 » Thu Sep 08, 2011 4:10 pm

Look did I say it was true?

No in fact the tittle has a question marks Right?????

even the post was made as a quote!

Re: Structures on Vesta?

Post by Rahkriga » Thu Sep 08, 2011 4:00 pm

Wow..you appreciate someone who intentionally posts fakes, and well known hoaxes. You must enjoy being lied to

Re: Structures on Vesta?

Post by Glassjaw667 » Thu Sep 08, 2011 3:59 pm

Please tell me you're not thinking three random craters from a broken-up meteor is a structure...

Re: Structures on Vesta?

Post by The57ironman » Thu Sep 08, 2011 3:40 pm

for all the sh*t you take sav...i do appreciate your effort...i do...Image

Structures on Vesta?

Post by Savwafair2012 » Thu Sep 08, 2011 3:34 pm

Structure with triangular surfaces on Vesta?

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to named 576353main_pia14323-43_700-700.jpg After this photo was saved to my computer, it was opened in IrfanView (version3.99). The auto adjust color option on the Image menu was used. That resulted in the photo named 576353main_pia14323-43_700-700-auto-adjust.jpg A 220 x 220 portion was cropped from it. That resulted in the photo named 576353main_pia14323-43_700-700-auto-adjust-220-220.jpg That 220 x 220 portion was enlarged to 440 x 440. That resulted in the photo named 576353main_pia14323-43_700-700-auto-adjust-220-220-440-440.jpg That 440 x 440 enlargement was enlarged again to 660 x 660. That resulted in the photo named 576353main_pia14323-43_700-700-auto-adjust-220-220-440-440-660-660.jpg That photo was rotated 45 degrees clockwise and then enlarged to 1500 x 1498. That resulted in the photo named 576353main_pia14323-43_700-700-auto-adjust-220-220-440-440-660-660-45-1500-1498.jpg The latter most clearly shows that there are at least five triangular surfaces, at least two of which have niches in them. Unfortunately, the entire area seems to have been smudged by some photo-smudging software. According to

http://coupmedia.org/astro-physics/surf ... tists-0308 “The team does not plan to post raw images online as other NASA missions have done. Instead, there will be just one picture released daily.” One place to see some of them is https://www.facebook.com/dawn.framing.c ... 5220752553 No other place has been found yet, as of 2011-09-07




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Is it Really an Asteroid? March 29, 2011: On March 29, 1807, German astronomer Heinrich Wilhelm Olbers spotted Vesta as a pinprick of light in the sky. Two hundred and four years later, as NASA's Dawn spacecraft prepares to begin orbiting this intriguing world, scientists now know how special this world is, even if there has been some debate on how to classify it.

Many astronomers call Vesta an asteroid because it lies in the main asteroid belt between Mars and Jupiter. But Vesta is not a typical member of that orbiting rubble patch. The vast majority of objects in the main belt are lightweights, 100 kilometers wide or smaller, compared with Vesta, which is a 530 kilometer-wide behemoth.

"I don't think Vesta should be called an asteroid," said Tom McCord, a Dawn co-investigator based at the Bear Fight Institute, Winthrop, Wash. "Not only is Vesta so much larger, but it's an evolved object, unlike most things we call asteroids."

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