#3
wow i cant look at it it says "hello safari user! we dont work with safari", funny cause im actually using chrome
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#4
No. The objects are much smaller. If that scale was true, the small satellites would be the size of a large city's metropolis and the larger one's, the size of a state.
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#5
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wow i cant look at it it says "hello safari user! we dont work with safari", funny cause im actually using chrome


I've seen that too. Looks like sites haven't updated to recognize chrome yet. They all seem to think it's safari.
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wow i cant look at it it says "hello safari user! we dont work with safari", funny cause im actually using chrome


I'm using Chrome as well. You are right, it is accusing me of Safari'ing.
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#8
That actually hurt my eyes.
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#10
use firefox. its really good.
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#11
dude, some of those satellites were about the size of vermont....

i dont think anyone is in the buisiness of putting satellites that big up in orbit. if they were that big, we would be able to see them from earth, or we just would not be able to see stars, or it would look like the stars are constantly being obscured...

so no, i doubt the earth looks like that.
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#12
artists impression as previiously said... probly even more satellites then that, although more like an ant being looked at from an airplane would be a better visualization.
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#13
That looks horrible. The Earth shall soon have Communication Rings. Get it.
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#14
no, thats just a picture to get the point across that we have alot of stuff orbiting around us.
#16
I forgot about the satellites lol.

Astronauts now see Earth with garbage around it.

It's probably not that bad, but I'm sure some are visible.
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massive pic

Wasn't that dot in the centre earth or something?
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