Friday, June 22, 2018

HSO Amping Pretests

The first HSO telescope amping pretests are it, and the results are absolutely phenomenal! 

Amping is a process of taking a small telescope and amplifying and enhancing the imaging results to resemble a telescope that's 100 times larger in aperture.

In the 100x enhancing mode, a small modest dim deep sky image of seconds
exposure showing M27 with few stars is transformed into a bright new world of dazzling brilliant color and richly studded star fields, with blazing red hydrogen and the full spectrum of colors.

This is not the only test. The system is being tested on planets, globular star clusters and other nebula. Although images saved in formats that provide more information, such as TIFF and RAW are superior in some ways, the technique will still continue to work in the more spartan formats such as JPEG.

It will even work in screen resolutions, though the execution of the commands for transformation (Xform) is much more finicky and requires more finessing plus perhaps more hours to make the necessary applications.

As can be imagined, in going from a 14-inch telescope to one of 1,800-inches, a lot of fantastic detail will appear. Currently hardware is being finalized, extra software installed, and techniques are evolving. The results are published in Humanoido's new book.

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Thursday, June 21, 2018

HSO Global Mars Dust Storm

Opportunity Rover is hibernating. Curiosity took this dusty self portrait on June 15, 2018. NASA
Global Alert! As of Thursday June 21, 2018, the giant dust storm on Mars has become global, covering the entire planet.

As evidenced by the harsh conditions, one NASA rover, Opportunity, has shut itself down as there is insufficient light to power the solar cells to keep the battery charged. When Curiosity took the self portrait above, the full extent of the storm had not reached it's location, but could be seen approaching dramatically in the distant background. 

HSO has put a delay/hold into the Mars Connect observational program. Images taken through ground based telescope show Mars surface features washed out. Astronomers continue to image the planet and RGBL with IR Cut is relatively void of features. Some astronomers are converting their routines to other wavelengths, some deep and other than the normal optical vision range of humans. It's likely the opacity of these images will decrease as the storm increases to greater density. Images can be tracked on a day to day basis at the Association for Lunar and Planetary Observers web site, Mars section.

Saturday, June 16, 2018

HSO Largest Amped Telescope in the World

Humanoido's New Xtelescope is So Large It Boggles the Human Mind! 

Not even this rendition of the future planned Giant Magellan multiple mirror telescope with an aggregated design set to 24.5-meters in diameter can compare to the size of the 46-meter amped Xtelescope.

News Alert!
Wednesday June 12th, 2018
the beginning of a new era

HSO: Humanoido Singularity Observatory
When Humanoido began amping (amplifying) small telescopes years ago using spectroscopic analog film and mixing special darkroom chemical formulae, it was never expected that a 10x technique level would be derived and decades later transformed within the digital world by reaching 100 times the telescope’s original classical diameter.

The illustration above shows an idea of the projected size of 1800-inches, the largest telescope in the world, being prepared for a night of imaging.

The image calculus above shows what could be a potential image through the telescope, what no man has ever seen before in this exact manner - an unexplored transitional extension into the human vision range in real time that shows the inter and intra spatial mapping of magnetic worlds and the unexplored holes that exist in between the magnetic plasma! Exploring the exciting possibilities of these new dimensions far and in between is only one fantastic endeavor out of many possibilities for such large amped telescopes examining residuals in Earth's orbital environmental realms.

— though the physical and transportable size of the amped telescope remains advantageously small, the transformed results are massively big and give the impression of a colossal telescope —

More about the photo: "Although close to home, the space immediately around the Earth is full of hidden secrets and strange invisible processes. In a new discovery published in the journal Nature, scientists working with the NASA spacecraft (Magnetospheric Multiscale spacecraft - MMS -) have discovered a new type of magnetic event in our near-Earth environment through the use of a technique innovative to extract additional information from the data. Magnetic reconnection is one of the most important processes in space, filled with charged particles known as plasma, around the Earth. This fundamental process dissipates magnetic energy and drives charged particles, which contribute to a dynamic space weather system that scientists want to better understand, and even predict someday, as we do with Earth's climate. The reconnection occurs when the crossed magnetic field lines break, explosively ejecting nearby particles at high speeds. The new discovery found reconnection where it had never been seen before, in turbulent plasma."

HSO Largest Amped Telescope in the World

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Friday, June 15, 2018

HSO Cloud Cracking

Fantastic Breaking News!!! Humanoido, Observatory Director at HSO Humanoido Singularity Observatory, has perfected a cloud cracking invention that makes, for the first time, cloudy nights usable for lunar and planetary imaging. Cracking  clouds is a process that opens up lesser dense regions in between obscuring clouds making visual observations and digital imaging possible. This makes many cloudy nights usable for astronomical imaging. 

The water vapor is subtracted from lunar planetary images using hardware, software, and technique. The technique also works for multiple layers of cloud moisture, both large and small cracking, and is dependent on cloud delta x, the speed and distance at which a cloud moves in real time to the calculus of local weather conditions. Cracking is also possible for light haze and other sky conditions. In regions with clouds and non telescope days for two thirds of the year, cracking opens up sky observations and reduces non telescope days to only one third. Cloud cracking works well with large amped telescopes.

Thursday, June 14, 2018

Mars Connect Alert

News: a giant dust storm is now sweeping the planet and obliterating any vision of delicate surface features for mapping and other missions. The Mars Connect project has currently put a halt to global Mars planetary imaging. It's unknown at this time if the growing dust storm will subside before, or during closest approach of the planet to the Earth. If the storm continues, Mars Connect will hand over operations to HSO. It's likely HSO may conduct missions to the Jovian system and to the Saturn ring system.

Saturday, May 19, 2018

Mars Connect Operations

Mars Connect
Mission to Mars

Mars Connect operations are in full season. High tech projects and mission designs are being developed so when Mars is closest to the Earth, initiation can be implemented to secure the best data.

Mars Connect is a division platform of HSO Humanoido Singularity Observatory and SPACE1. Mars Connect is supportive to colonists and settlers of Mars in the upcoming era, in areas of water propagation, cartographic settlements, sublimated weather forecasts, observation
polar orbiter Mars spacecraft to garner a wealth of Mars data, advanced regression, and a host of other very exciting missions!

Mars Earth Connection
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Space Expansion

Thursday, May 17, 2018

HSO Humanoido Singularity Observatory

Humanoido has founded Humanoido Singularity Observatory HSO on January 1, 2018. Work on this advanced telescope observatory is progressing, often around the clock, for a completion date to coincide with the closest approach of the planet Mars to the Earth this year.

HSO has acquired one of the highest resolution telescopes available in high definition and enhanced Catadioptric form. Humanoido additionally has Amped technology in place to amplify and enhance the massive telescope upwards to 1,800-inches or 46-meters in diameter. This is the largest amped telescope in the world. The telescope is so large and so massive, Humanoido is moving all operations to much larger facilities.

Establishing the observatory and preparing the telescope is not without challenges. When the massive tripod was received, it was never quality controlled nor completely assembled and tested, and thus it required a complete rebuild, an effort by three people that took one month to complete. The tripod is so massive, it resembles a half ton machine gun mount for the military, and will certainly be a vital asset for one of the most stable telescopes.

The observatory is conducting Mars Connect, the advanced platform to connect the Earth with Mars to support the destiny of Earthlings becoming a multi-planetary species. Mars Connect is with many missions, for cartography, weather forecasting, mapping water and sublimation, executing advanced regression, and the insertion of a planetary spacecraft in orbit around Mars.

The massive telescope is now at the mounting phase of assembly, calibration and testing.  A series of email dispatches have chronologically documented the HSO and telescope evolution. The organization Mars Connect is a division of Humanoido Singularity Observatory and Space1.