Lauch a camera at it.. Maybe they should work on a camera that can be fired directly at it and live stream from that distance. just to see what happens! if anyt Lauch a camera at it Maybe they should work on that can be fired directly and live stream from distance just to see what happens! if anyt
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Lauch a camera at it.. Maybe they should work on a camera that can be fired directly at it and live stream from that distance. just to see what happens! if anyt

Maybe they should work on a camera that can be fired directly at it and live stream from that distance. just to see what happens! if anything im sure they would get some amazing pictures.

billion away, there is a void in
space I billion across,
It is completely empty of both normal matter and
dark matter. It emits no detectable radiation or
light kind.
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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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#8 - haroldpotter
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Actually that's an absorption nebula called Barnard 68. It's basically a dust cloud in space, it blocks the visible light but if you look at it in IR you can see the stars behind it.
#4 - yourpalsqueek
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but first we have to break physics to get there if we hope to get the footage of what happens when it enters the void.

mfw that happens.
User avatar #5 to #4 - fuckoatmeal [OP]
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Fringe could do it!...Lsd is the key!
#6 to #5 - yourpalsqueek
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#7 to #6 - fuckoatmeal [OP]
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************* rolled image** for real though they could work on doing that for planets closer first then work their way to breaking the limit...maybe even send one towards a super earth!
#20 - newmitch
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you cant live stream something that is light years away because it will take many years even going at the speed of light.(pic unrelated)
you cant live stream something that is light years away because it will take many years even going at the speed of light.(pic unrelated)
#14 - drunkexplain
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Space Pope. Duh
#12 - zacchaeus
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do you not get what light years means? even if the camera was going .5c it would still take longer than earth has existed to reach it, not to mention the time for the signal to reach us
#13 to #12 - fuckoatmeal [OP]
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Are you in a hurry? The information that it would retrieve would be invaluable for future generations...just because something done now wont help the people of now doesn't mean it shouldn't be done at all.
#28 to #13 - zacchaeus
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i would hope that in the billions of years we would figure out a ward drive that would make it feasible.
User avatar #17 to #13 - superpats
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the odds of the Earth still existing in 16 billion years (minimum) are very slim. And should the Earth still exist, the probability of Humans still existing is slim to a second order of magnitude. And should Humans still exist, the probability that they could interpret and use the information is slim to a third order of magnitude. I appreciate your optimism.
User avatar #27 to #17 - dopeydoo
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to add on to this, the likelyhood that humans exist AND remember about the camera at all is basically 0. to top it off, if humans are still around by that point, we would likely have technology to overcome the limitations of space/time (we're on the brink of developing valid theories for this now, anyway), and would be able to check this **** out in person before the camera even got there.
User avatar #10 - splendiddust
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it also looks vaguely like the batman symbol
#1 - fuckatron
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Galactus!!!
#2 to #1 - fuckoatmeal [OP]
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User avatar #3 to #1 - shiningfinger
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He eated the whooooole thing!
#26 - anon id: dc651034
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"launch a camera at it"
going the speed of light, that camera would take (based on the distance you gave) 6-10 billion years to REACH it... however, it would actually take much longer, considering we aren't launching cameras at the speed of light. Also, factor in the fact that it would most likely hit something inconsequential (such as a planet -_-), or the fact that we would most likely MISS, and end up a degree off... which would turn into trillions of miles at that distance.

say your camera reaches the space you're talking about.... if humanity still exists, now we get cool photos!

6-10 billion years after the camera reaches its destination.

on a signal so weak it would likely be almost nonexistant.

that is, if anyone A.) remembers that, 20-50 billion years ago, their ancestors shot a camera at space, and B.) has tech that can synch up to such an old piece of technology (by that time, anyway. Think of trying to stick a floppy disk in a blu ray, but amplified by a few billion)
User avatar #15 - professordolan
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your description man. yes launch a camera that with speed of light would only get there in 8 billion years. sending back information would take another 8 billion years and might not even go that far. if they could get a camera there. **** man they would discover another earthlike planet
#9 - anon id: 726d3096
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Attention humans. The earth has reached spiral danger level two. The anti-spiral human extermination system has activated. In two weeks time the moon will fall and destroy all life on Earth's surface. We, the anti-spiral races will do this to negate the spiral nemesis.
#11 to #9 - lavitts
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'sup.
User avatar #24 to #11 - anaximander
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tengen gurren toppa lagann
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