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i just realized this picture makes no sense. each star must rotate the same angle, depending on the exposure time. For example, every star must make 180 degrees around the circle, regardless of where it starts. one star cannot go 40 degrees around the circle and another go 180 degrees around the circle (which is the case here)
tktk123 said:
i just realized this picture makes no sense. each star must rotate the same angle, depending on the exposure time. For example, every star must make 180 degrees around the circle, regardless of where it starts. one star cannot go 40 degrees around the circle and another go 180 degrees around the circle (which is the case here)
Does wikipedia explain what this effect is?
I have seen it many times without knowing what it is called.
you get this effect when you stick a camera in the night sky and expose for six hours. you'll see some stars rotate around the sky, while others rise and set. the star in the middle will be the north star.
tktk123 said:
i just realized this picture makes no sense. each star must rotate the same angle, depending on the exposure time. For example, every star must make 180 degrees around the circle, regardless of where it starts. one star cannot go 40 degrees around the circle and another go 180 degrees around the circle (which is the case here)
one explanation, THIS IS ANIME XDD... ehehe just kidding~
syaondri said:
one explanation, THIS IS ANIME XDD... ehehe just kidding~
you are totally right! the laws of biology, chemistry and physics do not apply to anime ;)
Who said it was stars? It could be rabid angel donkeys for all we know...
The suicide of space lemmings.