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Explain this picture please

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Too easy. Explanitory illustration of a black hole with matter being sucked in.

 

In part cool.gif but it is really a wormhole diagram with the matter being spit out at the bottom evils3d.gif

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Too easy. Explanitory [sic] illustration of a black hole with matter being sucked in.

Then how about a plausible explanation as to how light can be emanating from the blackhole.

...it is really a wormhole diagram with the matter [and energy] being spit out at the bottom

Ka-ching!

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Too easy. Explanitory illustration of a black hole with matter being sucked in.

 

In part cool.gif but it is really a wormhole diagram with the matter being spit out at the bottom evils3d.gif

 

Yeah I realized that as soon as I logged off but didn't think it was important enough to log back on for.

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Double exposure. The photogapher uses two different negatives on the same sheet of paper. For the first exposure he or she covers up the the intended area of the second exposure and doesn't expose the photo completely. On the second exposure he or she just uses the other negative to complete the photo. whickever negative would take the shortest exposure to show should be the second on to be used.

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Double exposure. The photogapher uses two different negatives on the same sheet of paper.

 

Close. I e-mailed DCXP.com, and this is the answer I got:

 

The images was taken in December 1998, so I am a little hazy on the exact

details, but;

Image taken on Fuji Velvia ASA 50, with a Canon Eos5. It was a double exposure

image with different lenses used, both on tripod. The initial image was a long

time exposure some 30 minutes - 1 hr?? with a 28mm lens, then as the moon rise

occurred during it then moon is actually the abberation you are thinking of. The

second exposure on the same frame of film, (ie did not wind on the film), was

with a 300m lens trying to locate the moon in the top RHS of the frame. Thus the

moon has been photographed twice!

Hope this helps, Cheers Duncan Chessell

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