View Full Version : Hubble: One in a Million

2011-Jul-06, 06:10 PM
For those of you bummed that Hubble’s one millionth observation didn’t include an eye-popping image, Daniel Pendick from the Geeked on Goddard Blog has put together a video of over 200 classic Hubble images, with the funky music from the “Planets” album by the band One Ring Zero. “Planets” is a collection of new compositions [...]

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Amber Robot
2011-Jul-06, 07:47 PM
With this announcement, however, there is no stunning image or unprecedented view of an exoplanet. The millionth observation will show up as squiggly lines on a graph, since the observation was done with Hubble’s spectrograph.

This is the kind of thing that helps make selling spectroscopy difficult.

2011-Jul-07, 10:54 PM
He meant well, but apparently has no clue as to just how annoying these fast click 1/6th second slide shows are
to me and as far as I have heard .... to the man, everyone else.
Deep breath...... just let us click one by one. And..... I'll pick my own music . Thanks! Great pictures . You got that part right. So let us view them ...? Hmmmm.....