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Rich Planet 08 Nov 2018 20:10 #1

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I don't have the attention span to watch any vids that are more than about a couple of minutes long, so I could only skip through that vid and he seemed to be suggesting that the pyramids were built to terraform the earth and make it fit for human habitation.
But if the earth wasn't fit before that, how could there have been any humans around to build them?
If he's saying aliens built them, yeah I can buy that-
"God made the worlds.."(Bible:Hebrews 11:3 KJV)
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Rich Planet 08 Nov 2018 20:29 #2

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exilium wrote:
In my view one of the best investigators around.

You think so??

For a "secret" "Space programme" to exist, wouldn't one need a Space programme to begin with? If Richie indeed would be "one of the best investigators around", wouldn't you expect him to question the whole validity of Space Travel?

He and his buddy have shown many examples of fakery in the Apollo and Mars rover footage, but now suddenly he believes all the other claims about the possibility of "Space Travel"?? That doesn't sound like a good investigator, rather someone trying to reel in an audience equally gullible as the mainstream believers...
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Rich Planet 08 Nov 2018 21:29 #3

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Gaia is under the impression that space travel is impossible EVER!!

He's obviously unaware that the international space station can be seen from Earth by using a half decent telescope.

The boy's insane.
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Rich Planet 08 Nov 2018 22:44 #4

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I noticed that Richard Hall bloke has got "Comments disabled" for that vid at youtube, so he must be one of them people who likes to talk AT us without wanting to discuss things WITH us.
Pity, because I hear he's got an interest in UFO's and I'd have liked to discuss my own experience with one near Spalding UK..
(Google 'The Spalding Incident', I've splashed the account of it around the net in several forums)
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Rich Planet 09 Nov 2018 01:46 #5

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exilium wrote:
Frothy wrote:
Gaia is under the impression that space travel is impossible EVER!!

He's obviously unaware that the international space station can be seen from Earth by using a half decent telescope.

The boy's insane.

Here we have seen the ISS many times by eye.

Boy does is move quickly, best view was 35 seconds before it slipped out of sight and back over the equator.

What you have seen is a bright light in the sky of which an app/site tells you it is the ISS.

You know about the Power of Suggestion, so no need to explain how they do it. The """ISS""" probably is a NEO (Near Earth Orbiter), a rocky body that lights up and whose path is predictable, so that's how the "ISS" was born. People have seen moving lights in the sky for ages, I also have seen them.

That doesn't make the International Space Station, allegedly flying with 27,000 km/h at 410 km altitude real....
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Rich Planet 09 Nov 2018 13:56 #6

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It's not just a bright light in the sky, it can be seen in detail....Gaia's an idiot

Look at this wonder of Western civilisation.


This is for a Nikon P900, but other cameras should be similar.
Turn the selector dial to M mode (manual)
ISO 400 - You need to set the ISO manually otherwise it with try to compensate for the blackness and select a really high ISO, and overexpose. M Mode does not fix the ISO, you need to to Menu->M->ISO Sensitivity->400
Set the exposure to 1/250 1/2000 and f6.5 (you can select a wider aperture when not zoomed in, but at full zoom you are limited to f/6.5)
Select manual focus. The autofocus system WILL NOT focus on the ISS 95% of the time, and you only need one focus setting - infinity.
Image Quality to FINE. This doubles the file size, but really you should have FINE as default.
Image Size to 16M. Obviously you want the highest resolution possible
Use maximum OPTICAL zoom. On the P900 that's 2000mm
Turn off digital zoom as it messes with snap-back zoom, making it very hard to frame manually
Vibration Reduction should be ON. But I'm not sure if "Normal" or "Active" would be best. I used "Normal".
Manual focus on the P900 is a little complicated. I suggest you familiarize yourself with it well before the event. Some things I did:
Turn off peaking - that the white fringe that goes around things when they are in focus. The problem being the ISS and stars appear white. So the peaking just makes them look bigger and out of focus when they are in focus. So turn it off (you can just set it to 0 on the focus screen). The exception here is if you pre-focussing on the moon.
Focus on something else first. Don't waste time setting your focus on the ISS as it whizzes overhead. Focus on something else in the sky first. In order of preference:
The Moon - is ideal, as you can see the focus really well, and can use AF (Auto Focus)
Venus - also good, as it should come out like a tiny disc, and it's easily spottable if it's up, however you will need to focus manually.
Another planet - Mars or Jupiter can work if you can find them. Jupiter is a good test of focus, as you should be able to see the moons.
A bright star, if none of the above is available
If you are focussing on a star or planet, then use the manual focus to simply make it as small as possible (while zoomed in all the way). i.e. focus past it until it goes out of focus, then back again, and repeat a few times to find the middle.
Use snap-back zoom every time you lose the ISS in the viewfinder.
Turn off Image Review. (Setup->Image Review) this obscures your view for too long, wastes time, press the Play button if you want to look at the last image.
Take lots of photos, especially when the ISS is at its highest point

Things to consider
Tripod? The problem is that the best shots are when the ISS is nearly vertically overhead. You need to make sure your tripod allows you get the shot - which means you need one with a center column you can raise to allow you to tilt the head to 90°. You'll probably need to use the rear monitor screen folded out and rotated rather than the electronic viewfinder. I did not use a tripod as my fluid head tripod does not have a center column, and my other one is rather flimsy. But I think I'll try it next time. (especially as I just discoved I can reposition the handles on my fluid head tripod, doh!)
Exposure Settings? These shots are probably overexposed. What should I adjust? I'm thinking I'll try 1/2000 next time (UPDATE: Having seen some 1/2000 shots, that seems to work a lot better)
Lower ISO? ISO 400 is normally reasonable, but as every pixel counts here, perhaps it would be better to use ISO 100? (UPDATE: 1/2000 @ ISO 200 gives good results, so could also use 1/1000th at ISO 100).
Pre-shooting Cache? Do not use, this degrades the image quality too much.
Continuous-H? Takes multiple shots rapidly, but then has a longer pause for processing them. You will need to snap-back zoom. But probably would anyway. You might be able to use these to increase resolution with stacking.
Digital Zoom? Supposedly better than blowing it up later, but makes it incredibly hard to keep in frame. Maybe with a tripod.
Video - Since it records in 1080p, and the actual image is 3456 lines, you are shooting at 1/3.5 the actual resolution you would need to record at 4x digital zoom to get all the pixels. This would make it incredibly difficult to keep in shot. Fluid head tripod is needed


ISS at about 83° above Shingle Springs, California, ISO 400, 1/250th, f/6.5. Manual focus. Handheld.
www.metabunk.org/how-to-take-photos-of-the-iss-international-space-station-with-a-p900.t7986/


ISS telescope May 25 2017 - 22h35 87 deg elevation - mag -3.5
Celestron C8
Nikon D5100 - 62 pics selected from 900 (4 img per second)
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ISS from Earth Germany , ISS observed by an amateur Telescope 9August 2015



Pictures were taken with a Canon Eos 550D
Telescope: 200/1200mm Dobson
lens: 2x Barlow lens.
exposure: 1/1250
ISO: auto

As I said, the boy's insane.

Then next step is for him to yell fake.... it's like communicating with a lunatic.
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