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Gyuri 16th January 2011 05:40 PM

Is it coincidence, or what?
 
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You know, my favourite interests area is the astronomy.
This is the oldest science.
And this will takes us the farthest, at some point.
This question is exciting me for a while:
What do we see on this picture?
Some kind of we see an unknown natural formation till now?
Do we see the tangible sign of a star engineer activity possibly here?
Is what we may discover on the picture is a coincidence only?
But it may be it that I am the victim of only a programmer's joke?
Who is it, who knows it, what it is necessary to look for on the picture?
An other man noticed it possibly, that me?

Pano 16th January 2011 05:43 PM

Isn't that just one star in front of the other?

Gyuri 16th January 2011 05:49 PM

Sigma Orionis is a five star system. Quite interesting one.
But I dont think of this.

JonasKarud 16th January 2011 05:57 PM

Its a supernova?

There's a halo of material around the object....

Gyuri 16th January 2011 06:05 PM

No, it's not.
Sigma Orionis a star system, which is consist five stars. They are orbiting around each other. But not this system a most interesting on the picture.
Any other thoughts?

chris661 16th January 2011 06:10 PM

Some of the stars appear to be lined up a certain radius from the central system.

Yeah, they look almost perfectly circular around it. From the right hand edge of the writing, go down a little and there's a curve. Follow it round and it pretty much encircles the centre.

I'd say co-incidence.

Gyuri 16th January 2011 06:14 PM

Yes, that's what I noticed.
This star ring.
As far as I can judge the data of the planetarium, the same type of stars are involved.
May be this an accident?

Cal Weldon 16th January 2011 06:25 PM

Maybe it is space debris caught in orbit, as in the material required to form a star or perhaps a planet. Or it could be aftermath of a nova or supernova caught in the orbit of a neighbouring star.

SY 16th January 2011 06:28 PM

Or an optical/detector artifact? I can't imagine that stellar engineers would do a large scale project just to screw with the Terrans' heads.

Gyuri 16th January 2011 06:37 PM

Perhaps it would be God's eyes, which sees everything?
I do not know.
But since I was a young child has an unexplained strange feeling when I look in Orion. This is my favorite constellation. As a Hungarian name of the Reaper. The man that will take you to the afterlife.
Do not even like to turn my back on him.
It is now not take it too seriously, but my feeling is certainly there.


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