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  2. https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/technology/interstellar-visitor-oumuamua-could-still-be-alien-technology-new-study-hints/ar-BB18iWQR?li=BBnb7Kz Still revelant...Still possible.
  3. With all due respect...you can draw your own premature conclusion about "Oumuamua". I'll prefer to wait until all of the facts are in before I draw mine about the true nature and origin of "Oumuamua". At least in that way...I will have given science the benefit of the doubt instead of science fiction.... Klitwo
  4. With all due respect....I believe the "same" could be said for the adjective "interesting" too....especially when it comes to trying to accurately describe something that currently has "no" confirmed scientific description or explanation....other than the use of "speculative"..... Klitwo
  5. Using the noun "speculation" or to "speculate" on what "Oumuamua" might possibly be (artificial or natural occuring?) would probably be more appropriate...especially if it were to be reviewed in a "hypothesis" in an academic setting. With all due respect....the use of the adjective "interesting" just doesn't seem "interesting" enough (except for a layman maybe) to arouse much "if any" scientific curiosity in a thesis that's about to be reviewed by one's peers.... P.S. Obviously the scientific community finds "Oumuamua" more than just "interesting"....otherwise we wouldn't be having this
  6. "we"? The only thing I can agree with concerning your statement above about "Oumuamua" is: Yes...currently the evidence for "Oumuamua" being artificial is still quite "speculative". However....the best current "observed" telescopic view we have of "Oumuamua" when it was passing through the inner solar system was at a such a great distance and with it being such a small object that nothing...even it's true shape and any surface features could be resolved even with some of the world's largest telescopes that tried to track it. Only a NASA flyby mission that can image it at some appropriate di
  7. Thanks to Mariner 4, launched on November 28, 1964, was the first successful flyby of the planet Mars and gave mankind the first glimpse of Mars at close range. Had we not launched Mariner 4 we wouldn't have been able to "confirm" the existance of huge craters on Mars. Until then (July 14 and July 15, 1965)...even using the world's largest telescopes at some of Mar's closest approaches of 35 million miles....the existance of craters on Mars was all "conjecture" and "speculation".....Public Domain image....> https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Mariner_4_craters.gif Klitwo
  8. Oops! An ancient artifact leftover from the great Martian pyramid building days in the Cydonia region on Mars....> Klitwo
  9. The Star-Liner equatorial clock-driven Newtonian mounts were quite elegant looking....certainly one that always stood out in an observing field of telescopes....> https://www.cloudynights.com/uploads/monthly_07_2013/post-213982-14074148108382.jpg https://www.cloudynights.com/uploads/monthly_01_2017/post-213982-0-97559700-1483758404.jpg Klitwo
  10. Consider making an adjustable pier height...a smaller dia. telescoping steel tube within a slightly larger dia. steel tube..... Klitwo
  11. If you were into amateur Astronomy back in the 1970s...you probably saw the Star-Liner advertisements in all of the popular astronomy magazines at the time. Here's one of their 1972 catalogs showing thier combination Cassegrain-Newtonian reflecting telescope (page 28) and many other accessories as well. They made much larger ones too....up to 16-inchers and even made 40-inch mirrors to boot. They're still a desirable cassegrain telescope as a "collectable" to have in your backyard observatory....if you can still find one for sale that is. The old Star-Liner company is long gone now but the
  12. If it's going to happen it needs to happen soon....> https://www.nextbigfuture.com/2018/11/oumuamua-mission-value-versus-new-horizon-pluto-and-europa-clipper.html P.S. This was in today's MSN top news again....> http://www.msn.com/en-us/news/us/harvards-top-astronomer-says-an-alien-ship-may-be-among-us-—-and-he-doesnt-care-what-his-colleagues-think/ar-BBTaWxw?li=BBnb7Kz&ocid=AARDHP Klitwo
  13. What's even more surprising is NASA's lack of a response to "Oumuamua's" recent inner solar system visit. Even as "Oumuamua" glides past Saturn's orbit....NASA has or had a chance to send a rocket at break neck speed...a sling shot around the sun to catch up to "Oumuamua", to observe and image it at some appropriate distance before it leaves our solar system and back into deep space for good. If NASA would have done this, we would have finally understood the mystery of "Oumuamua", it's possible origin (artificial or natural occurring) and perhaps even it's final destination. Sadly that's not
  14. Here is thier phone number...give them a call....> (319) 351-3960 Email: info@opticalmechanics.com Klitwo
  15. Thier website is still up and running....> http://www.opticalmechanics.com/ P.S. I see nothing on thier website at this point that suggests they are closed down or out of business.... Klitwo
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