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    Long way off - but got the pictures !


    How did they know a 21 mile long object was out there 4.1B miles away ?

    Then navigate near enough (18,000 miles) to photograph it ?

    And how many nano/femto watts of radio waves came back to earth with the picture ?

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    Re: Long way off - but got the pictures !

    Well, if you are one of the flat earth bunch, these photos are all fakes, just like the moon landing!!
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    Re: Long way off - but got the pictures !

    The article I read the other day said the images would take a while to get here because the transmitter only had 15 watts of power.

    I don't have any knowledge of communications and electronics, but a fifteen-watt signal carrying photo info traveling over four billion miles? Wow!

    Stay sharp,

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    Re: Long way off - but got the pictures !

    I can't fathom how they do it, but it sure is cool.
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