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(Big Think)   Last year, a team of astronomers observed an unexpected flare in the most distant galaxy ever seen. This year, we think the "flare" was an illuminated piece of space debris   (bigthink.com) divider line
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396 clicks; posted to STEM » on 25 Oct 2021 at 7:55 AM (5 weeks ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook



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2021-10-25 3:16:03 AM  
Space Junk
Youtube c7Shv0d0j4g
 
2021-10-25 7:20:36 AM  
It was the bloom of a missile launch.  Somebody set up us the bomb.  You have no chance to survive make your time
 
2021-10-25 8:04:29 AM  
Captain / Image - Space debris
Youtube Hkw7l8IgM4g
 
2021-10-25 8:10:12 AM  
It was just Elon flaring off some of his genius into the stars

/in the form of space debris
 
2021-10-25 10:33:22 AM  
Yes, its hard to figure out distances when you have no actual frame of reference


Anyone who spends time on the ocean could twll you that
 
2021-10-25 7:30:46 PM  
I tried


to read that


article


but gave up


after my thumb got


sore from all the


scrolling.
 
2021-10-25 8:32:57 PM  

Russ1642: I tried


to read that


article


but gave up


after my thumb got


sore from all the


scrolling.


The "article" is basically just an excuse for someone to squeeze every space photo they could find into a single page.

I'm guessing malicious compliance. Somebody told a junior article writer that they needed to use more media resources and the little prick said "As you wish..."
 
2021-10-25 8:52:16 PM  
slowly and surely drew their plans against us
 
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