Wednesday, April 10, 2013

PGT-ET Telescope Crab Nebula Test

Stunning image of the Crab Nebula taken with the Lab's most powerful telescope!

Not expecting the unexpected... 
The recent result from our new unveiled telescope, the PGT-ET, outstrips our wildest imagination! In the history of our professional work in Astronomy, we have never seen such a highly detailed image of M1 - the Crab Nebula. It's mind boggling and stunning and the wealth of detail was unexpected. See for yourself by clicking above to examine a larger size image. (the full size image is not reproduced here and is even more stunning - and available upon request.)

— the PGT-ET Telescope uses the PMM molecular controls and the Big Brain Supercomputer

As seen below, a typical image of the Crab Nebula through a modest telescope, captured with a CCD camera, is uneventful and nearly featureless. The image above shows stepping up to the new PGT-ET opens up new worlds!

Modest telescope image
The recent PGT-ET is thought to be the most powerful telescope in the Big Brain's arsenal of scopes. In theory, we expected higher resolution, finer detail on objects, more color, greater image scale, and much deeper penetration into the hidden depths of the Universe. It's design was anticipated to be more ideally suited for the Big Brain Machine's Prime Directive, and exploratory initiative and conducive to learning more about the Universe and what lies beyond the greatest barrier known to mankind.

PGT Telescope ET Version

The Prime Directive

Keep in mind, the new design of the PGT-ET telescope has the added instrumentation of the GMM microscope — initially a somewhat novel and ironic idea to attach the devices from the molecular processors onto the telescope. Apparently, according to WYSIWYG, this was a good move and instrumentation to process micro worlds is well adept at processing macro worlds.

The telescope is the first to have a Thought Processor, though, for this test, the TP was not utilized. It's currently unknown exactly how the PGT-ET will use TPs for observations. There's some speculation that the actual telescope will become part of the physical observation in terms of quantum thought although the resolution of this issue remains to be seen.

PGT ET Thought Processor 

Thought Processor

Thought Object Action Amplifier

Is Pure Thought a Virtual Process?
Thought Processing Dimension  

— SIGNATURE PERFORMANCE — Ever since its conception, we've become very anxious to take the new telescope for a test drive and see what it can do and see how it will perform. We estimated performance on a scale of around a 10 percent increase compared to the previous PGT telescope would be possible. In reality, after the first test was completed, the results simply blew us away and outstripped our wildest imaginations, indicating that overall performance is more like a thousand percent increase over previous telescopes like the ULT, NULT, GT, and PGT.

The Lab's preliminary M1 qualitative test results analysis

Beginning an elemental analysis of M1, obviation examination by moving from the outer remnant perimeter and settling towards the dimensional inner core, and where the final location of the ulterior realm indicates the presence of the alkali metal element Cesium CS 55 deep within the core (which is liquid at or near room temperature on the Earth). The elemental analysis was achieved by the telescope's new molecular components.

It this case, it's a frozen tenuous material spread throughout the space within the cosmic complex. On the Earth, Cesium is a byproduct created by huge power from atomic and nuclear fissions inside powerful nuclear reactors. Inside M1, Cesium was created by a nuclear fission reaction byproduct from the exploding supernova star. The class of supernovae is considered to be one of the most powerful objects in the Universe.
The filamentary structure is far more complex and rich than originally thought. Previously described as containing clouds, it now appears to contain a complex and vast interconnection of intricate and widely varying structures described as connected, island, open ended, with density, tenuity, and both patterned and randomized pathways with particular arrangements and alignments.

The elemental plasma is illuminated by nearby stars.

It appears to contain more filaments than ever anticipated or viewed in the past.

New unexpected and unusual filament structures are visible.

The visual range of spectral emissions is more complex and vast than previously seen.

A new depth of spatial perception and material emanating and migrating inwards towards the core is detected.

The image is far more dimensional, i.e. imagery not only penetrates into the depth of the core but also shows the outer matter mantel.

This data can provide details for many more in depth studies.

Previously we did research to select the largest known volcano in the Solar System, Olympus Mons on Mars, as a test site, with the idea to peer deep into its vast caldron of opportunity and look for new discoveries within the walls of fossilized materials. By the time we were ready for the test, Mars had changed position and the orientation of the OM caldera had changed to an angular geometry that was not satisfying in terms of perceptive depth imaging. Therefore, the OM test was delayed, but not cancelled, and a more stellar and nebular object was selected.


Why was the Crab Nebula selected for this test?

1) Well known object is easy to make comparisons with other telescopes
2) It's coordinates are well known and it's relatively easy to locate
3) 8th magnitude bright enough for engagement, tracking, testing
4) Previous "discoveries" overlooked with less powerful telescopes 
5) 11 light year dia has considerable depth, perimeter to explore
6) Coverage is within the range of Multiple Adjuncts
7) Geometry is nearly always good for an object of this distance
8) Suitable for the telescope's instrumentation

The Crab Nebula is a vast remnant of an exploding star that went supernova. The explosion result was so bright and intense, it was recorded by the Chinese, Japanese, and Arab astronomers in 1054 AD. M1 is a key feature in the constellation Taurus the Bull and appears to have stellar matter including dust, various material elements, and nebular gases. It resides at celestial coordinates RA 5h 34m 32s and Dec 22° 0.870'. Distance as determined is 6,523 light years with a magnitude of 8.4.

THERE'S NO DOUBT about the variety of colors within the M1 structure as different elements produce different colors. "The filaments are the remnants of the progenitor star's atmosphere, and consist largely of ionized helium and hydrogen, along with carbon, oxygen, nitrogen, iron, neon and sulfur. The filaments' temperatures are typically between 11,000 and 18,000 K, and their densities are about 1,300 particles per cm3."[11] (source: Wikipedia)