Comments and questions about the APOD on the main view screen.
- Guardian of the Codes
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StarGrizzly, welcome to Asterisk!
A closed mouth gathers no foot.
Hello. Has anyone observed the three lights - between 1:40 and 1:43 - moving away ? I'd like to know what they are, if someone could tell me.Thanks!
Which lights are you talking about? (specify the location in the frame?) I noted a very bright region of the aurora moving from left to right over the horizon, but didn't note anything particularly strange. (I.e. it didn't seem to be moving relative to the Earth.) Ah, on closer look, there appear to be three satellites moving from left to right in the upper right quadrant of that section. Was that what you meant? Remember that this is time-lapse so they are actually moving relatively slowly if we can see them move in the video.
- Ocular Digitator
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Satellites, most likely.robykc wrote:Hello. Has anyone observed the three lights - between 1:40 and 1:43 - moving away ? I'd like to know what they are, if someone could tell me.Thanks!
Just call me "geck" because "zilla" is like a last name.
Denver is on the far left. The big one at lower right is Dallas. This is at 00:14 on my view.Is first major city Denver?
@2:45-2:46 > Caspian sea, Northern Iran, Tehran (right)
The music accompanying the video amazing is the worst music I have ever heard.
- Science Officer
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Solution: mute APOD sound; click http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1TD_pSeNelUAPGwynn wrote:The music accompanying the video amazing is the worst music I have ever heard.