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DarthKermit

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#248803 10-Apr-2019 15:47
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To save you all the wait, I'm going out on a limb and predicting that it's gonna look a lot like this:

 


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  #2214455 10-Apr-2019 15:48
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Am fairly sure its not going to be square





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  #2214456 10-Apr-2019 15:54
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Also it's missing a hole!


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  #2214463 10-Apr-2019 16:07
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I think you're accidentally zoomed in slightly too far. Just imagine there's a cool-looking twisted accretion disc just outside this black square!




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  #2214507 10-Apr-2019 16:45
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My god, it’s full of stars!




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  #2214522 10-Apr-2019 16:52
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SaltyNZ: My god, it’s full of stars!

 

That's dust on your laptop screen.


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  #2214529 10-Apr-2019 17:12
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Why has the windows 3.1 screen saver popped into my head ?

  #2214540 10-Apr-2019 17:36
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martyyn: Why has the windows 3.1 screen saver popped into my head ?

 

There are flying toasters in a black hole ?? , that is awesome 





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  #2214556 10-Apr-2019 18:49
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JaseNZ:

martyyn: Why has the windows 3.1 screen saver popped into my head ?


There are flying toasters in a black hole ?? , that is awesome 


I was thinking of the starfield one but yours is way better.

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  #2214614 10-Apr-2019 19:57
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DarthKermit:

 

To save you all the wait, I'm going out on a limb and predicting that it's gonna look a lot like this:

 

 

 

Thats a rubbish resolution. Can you re post as 4k and HDR? :-)


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  #2214620 10-Apr-2019 20:08
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tdgeek:

 

Thats a rubbish resolution. Can you re post as 4k and HDR? :-)

 

 

Watch out I don't repost it so large it'll take you an eternity to scroll from one side to the other! Bwahahaha!


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  #2214622 10-Apr-2019 20:11
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DarthKermit:

 

tdgeek:

 

Thats a rubbish resolution. Can you re post as 4k and HDR? :-)

 

 

Watch out I don't repost it so large it'll take you an eternity to scroll from one side to the other! Bwahahaha!

 

 

:-) Ill never tire of Universe stuff. Bit O Trivia. Say you started driving to Neptune (if you could). 100mph, 24/7 how long would it take?


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  #2214623 10-Apr-2019 20:14
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evnafets:

I think you're accidentally zoomed in slightly too far. Just imagine there's a cool-looking twisted accretion disc just outside this black square!



Yup, it’s going to look like a smeared coffee cup stain because of the event horizon, and that disk should be warped because of the light bending heading back to telescope

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  #2214625 10-Apr-2019 20:17
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2.7 billion miles away so 27 million hours!


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  #2214628 10-Apr-2019 20:20
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DarthKermit:

 

2.7 billion miles away so 27 million hours!

 

 

Fine!  I'll get me calculator out. But before I do it was 3300 years.

 

 


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  #2214629 10-Apr-2019 20:22
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OK, It's 3082 years by your calc, I'll allow that, you pass, next please.


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