Aug 7, 18 / Vir 23, 02 16:56 UTC

Asgardia-1  

Possibly a silly question, but I confess I don't understand the maths involved in calculating the resolving power of telescopes etc.

I know the Asgardia-1 satellite is about the size of a shoe box and 450km up... when it's directly overhead, would it be visible through telescopes/binoculars?

Thanks in advance :)

Aug 7, 18 / Vir 23, 02 19:08 UTC

I dont think so, it has been asked before. Maybe we should add a big flashing LED light on the next satellite. ;-)

Aug 8, 18 / Vir 24, 02 07:30 UTC

I'll admit, I wasn't very optimistic!

Thanks anyway, Dirk :)

Aug 31, 18 / Lib 19, 02 04:49 UTC

I have an idea, why not ask an astronaut on the ISS to look out for the Asgardia-1 if it is somewhat near to the space-station.

Oct 5, 18 / Sco 26, 02 11:10 UTC

NO IT WOULD NOT BE VISABLE IT IS TO SMALL, HOWEVER YOU MIGHT FIND , THREE STREPSILS THAT SOMEONE THREW OUT AND  HAND CUT PAERWORK OF JOING HANDS, SOME MEDICIAL EQUIPMENT, A CAN OF LITE BER , A XMAS TREE OF CARBOARD MATERIALS, AN APPLE , A PEAR,  SOME CHIDREN TOYS THAT WERE SMUGGLED INTO SPACE AS EVERYONE SEEMS TO HAVE TO TAKE SOMETHING TO THROW IT OUT .

THE QUESTION I ASKED WAS HAS ANYONE THROWN STUFF OUT IN SPACE AND THE LIST IS ++

2B PENCIL

TAPE

ONE ERASER,

OSCILOSCOPE

AUDIO EQUIPMENT

MUSK RAT

NOTEBOOK

TIMEPIECE

TOY AIRPLANE, 

TURTLE NINJA

HAPPY MEAL TOY

TEDDY BEAR

THE STUFF GOES ON




Jan 26, 19 / Aqu 26, 03 09:06 UTC

... and this is the reason why you shouldn't do drugs and type stuff on forums.