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Saturday, April 2, 2016

Jeremy Thomas 16/11 às 21:50 -- This picture is a sequence of frames in chronological order ...

This picture is a sequence of frames in chronological order showing something marvelous in a cluster, but very subtle, a balloon from the cluster being "absorbed/melted" into another member of the cluster.

This is really extremely hard to see in motion, the footage must be inspected frame by frame, but even sometimes the changes/morphing are so subtle that almost anybody will miss them.

This was on 05/23/15, the same day that I recorded an anomaly morphing from digit 3 to digit 5 several times, perhaps this was a warming up, but it was to hard as that. 

I had never made this public and I think it will not make any sense to post it in any public site, but our group is the perfect place for it:

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Jeremy Thomas This is another shot of the same cluster:
Jeremy Thomas These are the kind of things that people with a "mechanicist" mindset are unable to accept, sadly that mindset is pervasive in almost anyone.
Jeremy Thomas We still see very experienced observers struggling with the idea of balloon shaped anomalies and polymorphic anomalies, that should give anybody an idea of the extraordinary mindset of people like Trevor J Constable that in the 1950's without any precedent used infrared film cameras to get the very first images of anomalies and realized since that time their polymorphic character.
Jeremy Thomas Note also that in the first three frames presented a "2" or a "S" is between the cluster, that shape is not there anymore in the next frames. Subtle changes ...
Mike MacDonald Well seen Jeremy !! Beaut images as well, I still want to buy you a 3 ft Newtonian mirror 
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Jeremy Thomas Thanks Mike MacDonald but a 3ft objetive telescope will be very hard to handle for atmospheric observations. 

By my estimates the almost "perfect" scope for daylight atmospheric observations will be one with 8 inches objetive lens and 1000mm focal lenght, that scope will allow you to use upto 8*50=400x optical magnification.

 The one that I am using now have a maximal usable magnification of 4.72*50=230x and I am already using with it a 280x magnification already beyond the "recommended" one that is given by the aperture in inches times 50. Thanks for your feedback.

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