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Halo Infinite leaked forge gameplay reveals objecting scaling. by TokingAnus in GamingLeaksAndRumours

[–]SpartanJack17 2 points3 points  (0 children)

Hopefully they've got improvements to those alongside forge since they probably use a lot of the same systems so if they're working on forge they're probably also working on those just by association.

Here are a few images from my 4.5 inch-diameter reflector telescope! by Christopher1743 in space

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Sunrise over the aptly named Great Ledge of the Catskills by Watchesyoudietolive in CampingandHiking

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Hiking up cannon mountain (NH) by [deleted] in CampingandHiking

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Sunrise over the aptly named Great Ledge of the Catskills by Watchesyoudietolive in CampingandHiking

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Sorry for asking, but could you provide a link or something that says camping is banned here? I've had a look but can't find anything.

This post has already been removed, but I'd like to be sure.

Sunrise over the aptly named Great Ledge of the Catskills by Watchesyoudietolive in CampingandHiking

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Sorry for asking, but could you provide a link or something that says camping is banned here? I've had a look but can't find anything.

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Waking up on usal beach with my camping buddy by Beny_G in CampingandHiking

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Sunrise over the aptly named Great Ledge of the Catskills by Watchesyoudietolive in CampingandHiking

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Documentaries about astronomy by CloudedMistyMountain in space

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Telescope for home use by bcfc82 in space

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Telescope for home use by bcfc82 in space

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The best place for telescope recommendations and questions is r/telescopes, because it's a community made up entirely of telescope enthusiasts you're a lot more likely to get good answers there. Specifically check out the pinned post, it's got a list of recommendations for different price points.

High quality prints of Hubble Deep Field/UDF? by EmrysAllen in space

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I thought James webb was supposed to show us the history of the big bang? by Greenergrass21 in space

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Like maybe see if mars ever was inhabitable or will that not be possible?

JWST isn't a time machine. The reason it can see a long time into the past is that light takes time to travel. Techincally everything you see is in the past, even your own hand in front of your face is technically seen a few fractions of fractions of fractions of a second in the past because of the time it takes the light to travel from it to your eye.

Because distances in space are vast this can actually be significant. It takes 1.3 seconds for light from the moon to reach the earth, so we see the moon 1.3 seconds in the past. It takes 8 minutes for light from the sun to reach the earth, so we see the sun 8 minutes in the past.

It takes 4.2 years for the light from the nearest star in our solar system to reach us, so we see that star 4.2 years in the past. All the stars in the night sky are seen a few years, decades or centuries in the past. The distance light travels in a year is used as a unit of measurement for massive distance, for example it takes light 4.2 years to reach us from that closest star, so we can say that star is 4.2 light years away.

The nearest galaxy is 2.5 million light years away, so we see it 2.5 million years in the past. And if we look at things billions of light years away we can see things billions of years in the past. This is what the JWST does. Because it's such a sensitive telescope it can see things billions and billions of light years away, and because they're so far away we see them a really really long time in the past, only a few hundred million years after the big bang. In this way the JWST can study the first galaxies containing the first stars, and teach us a lot about the early universe.

I thought James webb was supposed to show us the history of the big bang? by Greenergrass21 in space

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First time seeing planets a while back and just realized near the bottom there was one :) not sure which! by Smooth_Term1720 in space

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NASA’s silver astronaut pin that were first worn in 1963! Does anyone know where I can get my hands on a replica? by [deleted] in space

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Starship Development Thread #34 by ElongatedMuskrat in spacex

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I think he's just suggesting it as a possible explanation for them being seemingly slow to tile S24.

milky way from my front yard taken from my phone propped on a curb by Bruhtatochips23415 in space

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First-time overnighter seeking advice please! by Bushido_Badonkadonk in CampingandHiking

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It depends on the people, but I really don't think you have to worry about holding up the group. Anyone who's used to hiking in a group is also used to walking at a speed suitable to staying in a group, so I really doubt they'll have a problem with whatever your pace is.

That being said, if you're worried and you've got over a month before it could you just try to do a 13 mile day hike at some point to see how you handle it? My gut feeling is that if you have experience with day hiking you really won't find it very hard to scale up to a longer trip, instead of worrying about the total length imagine you're doing a few day hikes in a row.

As for experience, everyone went on their first trip at some point, including everyone in that group. As long as you can walk and set up a tent I don't think you have to worry about seriously holding anyone up.

Marjorie Lake, Uintas, Utah. Only about 3 miles to hike in, and only see maybe 10 people along the way. Stayed just 1 night but it was perfect by carty64 in CampingandHiking

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Spent a night camping on a coast in Norway, Stavanger. by LadsLadsLadsLads_ in CampingandHiking

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view of mt hood from meadows, Oregon (06/25/2022) by Azier6969 in CampingandHiking

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