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How was this picture taken?
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becuase the earth is flat you can clearly see in the picture
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The universe is so big there is an alternate version of "You" somewhere in that direction
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You've seen the CSI shows where they enhance a reflection on someone's watch and find the killer? Pretty similar actually. They pointed Hubble telescope at a planet covered in liquid and reconstructed this from the reflection.
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>>8761881
Jesus took that picture
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>>8761898
this guy's right
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>>8761898
>>8761918
Really?
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>>8762538
no, NASA sent a manned spacecraft out of the solar system and it sent back this picture

There's a documentary about it called Star Trek
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>>8761881
I hope this answers your question OP
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>>8761881
Don't listen to the trolls in this thread.

Voyager 1 left the Milky Way around 2009. They recently pointed the camera back towards earth.

Fun fact: the image took over two months to be transmitted back to us!
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>>8761881
space shuttle
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>>8762552
>voyager 1 taking high res pictures
>left the milky way

Kek
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>>8761881
That "you" doesn't means us you imbecile.
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>>8762552
Voyager has not even left the local group, let alone the milky way.
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>>8763051
Then who is it, dipshit?
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>>8763058
them
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>>8763057
>hasn't left the local collection ~50 galaxies, let alone the individual galaxy within said collectiion.
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>>8761881
A better question would be how was that location marker constructed?
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>>8763114
Ms paint
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I remember the cool black scientist talking about how we had a "inclined" view of our galaxy that allowed us to know how it's like. So as far as I know that's not a real picture.
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>>8761881
You know how some cameras have really wide lenses? Pretty much like that. I think they also had an extended stick for their camera to get the extra reach.
I have, of course, never googled how NASA takes their selfies, but I still like to speculate.
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>>8763441
that would be a big stick
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>>8763563
For you
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MFW every poster in this thread is just Black Science Man samefagging?
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They used a biiig mirror.
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>>8762545
top kek
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>>8762552
Only two months to deliver a picture from out of the Milky Way? I thought it would take a lot longer.
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>>8763667
They sent it express.
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>>8762545
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>>8763686
>filnemane isn't star kek
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>>8761881
Juno

That small dot is earth through Jupiter's atmosphere
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We traded with the ayy lmaos for this picture
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>>8763689
I will forever regret this now
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>>8761881
That circle must be light years in diameter, WTF?!?!
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someone leaned back really far
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>>8764103
Or few centimetres, depends how far it is
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>>8761881
Because brainlets want us to believe in stuff we can't definitely prove all the while they don't want us believe god is real.

It's the cancer ruining academia along with colleges being certificate mills.
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>>8764560
>brainlets
>believe in
>stuff
three tardword/phrases in one sentence,
congratulations m8
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>>8763073
(((them)))
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>>8762547
Underrated lensing joke




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