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I bet you didn't think of this kind of spider diffraction:

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Found on Aladin Lite (DSS2 survey).

It seems they sent starship Enterprise to investigate. 

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this is actually diffraction from spider vanes, and not from an arachnid.

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Dont, I once has weird issues with my subs on a newtonian, when I opened the filter wheel discovered a small spider had got inside and spun silk over the filters destroying several nights of imaging, simple fix, go to an SCT and frac and keep them sealed up.

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38 minutes ago, Astrosharkey said:

Dont, I once has weird issues with my subs on a newtonian, when I opened the filter wheel discovered a small spider had got inside and spun silk over the filters destroying several nights of imaging, simple fix, go to an SCT and frac and keep them sealed up.

Oh that won't stop them! :D 

https://petapixel.com/2019/04/11/the-mystery-of-the-fly-in-the-2100-weathersealed-lens/

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