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#211 [Permalink] Posted on 10th February 2020 09:20
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Nice pics, would've done well in the thread "Pictures taken from my mobile"

Samsung does have a good lens :)
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#212 [Permalink] Posted on 10th February 2020 09:33
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Samsung van Gogh

Only the photo is taken with that. The lens is telescope. It wasn't easy holding up phone flush with lens to not let light escape and then close focus, high shutter speed and medium iso. But the pen definitely helps as i ran out of hands.

I did take photos of stars directly with phone from the garden though using manual settings and it's amazing how many stars there are than what reaches our retina. I'll post those in that thread and you can verify the authenticity. Glad i don't leave the gps EXIF data on.
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#213 [Permalink] Posted on 10th February 2020 09:44
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At least you had the time and date on. I also removed my locations after realising the dangers :(
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#214 [Permalink] Posted on 26th February 2020 01:02
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#215 [Permalink] Posted on 27th February 2020 19:13


Now is a good time to see the star mentioned in the Quran in Surah Najm. Sirius!

Now you realise how big this star is compared to the sun, absolutely magnificent!

If you look up into the sky (today) you will see a bright star just to the left of the moon (face the moon and turn your head about 40° to the left) that's sirius, the brightest star in the night sky visible to the naked eye. There are 2 stars that orbit in ellipses, double bow shape and takes 49 years to do so. And No, the shiny sparkle near the Moon is not a star, that's Venus :)

This orbiting style was hinted in Surah Najm too. (possibly verse 9) It was fairly recently that astronomers found out that Sirius is actually 2 stars A & B and that they orbit in a bow shape

It's located in Canis Major. Much further away is VY Canis Majoris which had been discussed much earlier in the thread. A gigantic star.

Interesting that its mentioned in Verse 49 and that it also takes just 49 years to orbit.
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#216 [Permalink] Posted on 27th February 2020 19:38
Sirius is easily seen just after sunset. Trying to identify it now (even darker outside) you'll see many more stars (constellations) now. (clear skies in London)
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#217 [Permalink] Posted on 27th February 2020 19:44
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Personally, I love astronomy. I was even able to take a class about it while in HS.
I lost a lot of interest in pursuing it personally because I grew up in an area of heavy light "pollution" and not being able to afford a decent telescope.
It's never stopped me from appreciating all of the wonderful pictures that can be obtained though or the views available at night.
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#218 [Permalink] Posted on 2nd March 2020 12:06
I'm not promoting Harun Yahya, but this is a video based on Sirius A and B
www.youtube.com/watch?v=WdZLXgpz-1Y
49.9 years to to complete it's bow orbit. Verses 9 and 49 of Surah Najm!
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#219 [Permalink] Posted on 2nd March 2020 12:10
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#220 [Permalink] Posted on 2nd March 2020 12:39
I had asked a space scientist, "you maintain the orbits and position of satellites (weighing a few tonnes) by periodically firing rockets fitted on satellites, how millions of tonnes of celestial objects (including earth) maintain their orbits precisely"

He could not answer that.
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#221 [Permalink] Posted on 2nd March 2020 12:58
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How does this pertain to this thread?

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#222 [Permalink] Posted on 2nd March 2020 13:17

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Also the "space scientist" must be a 5 year old to not know the answer to that. From our perspective it is Allah Ta'ala but from his perspective it can be explained and many things which are still not understood but this isn't too difficult to explain

 
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#223 [Permalink] Posted on 2nd March 2020 13:34
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It shows the Magnificence of The Lord of All The Worlds (thus the topic of the thread)
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#224 [Permalink] Posted on 2nd March 2020 13:44
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They probably couldn't answer because of the invalid theory in the question. Satellites don't need fuel once in orbit. The momentum and the force of gravity are balanced. They only fire rockets to change orbit and change positions.

And yes this is way off-topic.
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#225 [Permalink] Posted on 2nd March 2020 14:18
Sorry my mistake!!
My earlier post was childish and funny.
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