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LAST EDITED: March 17, 2015

Here are some interesting links I had stickied:
Yeano's thread: Proving Something is Independent of our Axioms.
Yeano's thread: Algebraic Topology and Model Theory

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Jupiter picture from my telescope
Posted: Posted February 17th
Edited February 17th by Louis De Pointe du Lac

I may be able to get more detail since I think I forgot to set the resolution to maximum when I recorded it.

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what is that thing

EDIT: oh lol i didn't see that you said jupiter


Edited February 17th by poptart!

That's pretty awesome! More please.

What's the max resolution of your telescope?

Posted February 17th by Xhin
Rise from ashes


Posted February 17th by KnokkelMillennium

I want to see max resolution too!

Posted February 17th by LLight

What's the max resolution of your telescope?

My camera lens creates an image that is 1280 X 960

My actual telescope has a 127mm optical tube, and my lens with the strongest magnification is 9mm which I can then cut in half by attaching the barlow lens.

I want to see max resolution too!

So do I. Assuming this isn't it. Hopefully the clouds will skedaddle by 11 pm.

Posted February 17th by Louis De Pointe du Lac
Louis De Pointe du Lac
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Bad news nobody. It looks like this was set to high resolution. The reason for its haze may be a combination of light pollution and atmospheric distortion since I did catch it closer to the horizon. I could wait till the planet is more directly overhead so that there's less atmosphere. That could produce a clearer picture, but that would mean staying up quite late.

Posted February 19th by Louis De Pointe du Lac
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