FLAT EARTH REFLECTIONS (Robert Bassano) - ASTROPHSYICS @ 45,000 Feet: SOFIA Wavelength Capability - How to see the Hubble Telescope
Dear Robert Bassano (FLAT EARTH REFLECTIONS aka PLANATE VERITAS),
Contrary to your claim, the Hubble Space Telescope does exist in orbit around the Earth.
Everyone including YOU can see the Hubble Space Telescope as it passes across their night sky.
Seeing is believing. Try it!
When and how to Observe man-made Earth satellites...
Of the thousands of man-made objects orbiting the Earth, some are large enough and low enough to be seen with the unaided eye. They are generally visible shortly after sunset or before sunrise, moving across the sky for up to several minutes. This section will explain how they are visible and how to use predictions to observe satellite passes.
More satellite observing tips at...
1) Visually observing the HST is simple and easy. Log into the following site to find out when you can see it from your location.
Satellite = HST
Country = USA or where you live
City = as an example I will use Cleveland, OH
Press - "Click here to display..."
Results = Cleveland, OH 2016/07/07 09:58 am Sunrise/set: 05:00 am / 08:02 pm
Predicted passes for: HST
Date Time (min) Approach Max. elevation Departure
2016/07/07 08:58 pm 1 10° above S 10° above S 10° above S
Now just go outside at that time and look. You will see it.
This site shows real-time where the HST is...
Hubble is 13.2 meters (43.5 ft.) long and its maximum diameter is 4.2 meters (14 ft.) It is about the size of a large tractor-trailer truck.
Hubble Space Telescope/Orbit height = 347 miles
2) If you have a 4-inch or larger telescope point it at the HST as it passes thru the sky, and you will see a blurred "elongated" object, which is the best resolution that a small telescope can get.
If you have a 8-inch or larger telescope you will be able to make out the shape, solar panels, and other features of the HST.
angular diameter of Hubble = 0.0013603432 degrees, which equals = 4.9 arc seconds
A 4-inch telescope can resolve to 1.14 arc/seconds
3) For amateur ham radio enthusiast, satellite transmissions and communications can be heard at...
Space Frequency Listing, 2250-2300 MHz general range
Hubble Space Telescope = Frequency (MHz) = 2287.5
This post is in response to the 10 claims made by Robert Bassano about the Hubble Space Telescope, the SOFIA (Stratospheric Observatory for Infrared Astronomy) and the Chandra Space Telescope.
PLANATE VERITAS video channel title is...
PHONE CALL WITH SOFIA TEAM MANAGER! Is this Hubble & Chandra Space Telescopes @ 45,000 FEET?
Published on – October 21, 2016
Discussion at - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC7ipUKERU0tzYFxALJBli4A/discussion
Video at - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nUJNlR4spuM
Our home page all articles - http://flatearthlunacy.com
kind regards, JonahTheScientist
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