Image has been unblurred of nasa jwst
(lol jk they forgot to blur it on one frame save it before they fix it)
48 or 50 seconds in
Ackchually you can reverse engineer a lot from just a picture . I was just in an RC forum where everyone was trying to work out how this guy managed to build a drone powerful enough to lift a person. One guy analyzed the frequency of the propeller noise to work out the propeller RPM and another guy counted pixels to work out the propeller diameter. That was a video yes but if some RC neckbeards got tat much off of a grainy youtube video I'm sure the Chinese space agency could glean 100x that from just a still image.
speaking another language doesn't magically see things that aren't there. the part where you deblurred is just a metal plate and a few hinges. If it was that simple they would have figured it out already.
Are you kidding?! LOOK AT ALL THESE SECRETS!
Okay you know what? I'll come clean. Here's what I expected: post the post, get comments saying how it's useless, argue and be racist for cheap humor. but fuck, if you guys can really crack this I'm down.
Well the only thing that catches my eye is the yellow part with the black lines across it. the black parts below it might be some component of the telescope that we'd rather keep secret.
Fuck if I know anything about how this telescope will work, though.
>Intelligence and serious discussion between boards (/sci/ and /g/)
>Maybe /b/ can help
>op just kill yourself no one cares about your little nigger fantasy about sucking cocks
It was a nice thought
Im beginning to think it has something to do with the specific mechanism that connects the mirror to the frame? But Im pretty sure it has to do with protection of unpatented mechanisms
Blah blah blah export controls. NASA has to deal with a lot of export control bullshit all the time, because SPEHS SEKRITS. Even though what they are hiding has been written up in a journal, they still have to hide it because politicians are dumb.
Hahaha no JWST was designed like 10 years ago, anything patent worthy has already been patented
This is 4chan remember? Every mistake leads to a lesson. If NASA suffers the consequences, they'll learn a lesson. If two damn angles of the jwst was exposed by accident, maybe the guy does need to be fired.
Why would you want to do that?
A senator once freaked the fuck out that NASA had technical reports online, so he made them shut down everything and take out anything with defense applications because CHINA MIGHT READ EM. Despite the fact that these reports were published elsewhere, except paywalled.
So now we can't read up on airflow over fucking biplanes, because biplanes had defense applications in the 20s. This one prick made life worse for everyone and increased the amount of bureacratic bullshit NASA had to deal with
4chan will fulfill its role. Whatever horrors it may bring, maybe people will learn from it. Maybe it might even get better. It's the gamble that we live for. it's why 4chan is pronounced "fortune".
Goodbye thread, it was fun, but I now have to finish my cake. Do what you will with this thread. I'll come back, maybe in a few hours, with a new thread. new purpose. fucking over nasa. soon, soon. goodbye anons, I have a cake to finish.