When you wish upon a star…

Where are the stars?

South Korean space craft 12/31/22

Where are the stars?

Artemis 1 — 2022

Where are the stars?

Apollo 11 — 1969

There are the stars!

Hubble Telescope – NASA
James Webb Telescope — NASA

Why is it that the Hubble and James Webb telescopes can capture amazing-looking star clusters, and Apollo, Artemis, and the South Koreans couldn’t’ find a single one?

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4 thoughts on “When you wish upon a star…

  1. Kenneth T. January 5, 2023 / 10:24 pm

    Where are the stars?
    Why in the Target List of course!

    ~Kenneth

    • Dr. John Reizer January 5, 2023 / 10:44 pm

      Hahaha! That’s a great one, Kenneth! 🤣👍

      John

  2. lhakes12 January 5, 2023 / 11:10 pm

    “Star Light Star Bright, First star I see tonight; I wish I may, I wish I might have the the wish I wish tonight.” ⭐
    Or “When you wish upon a star your dreams will come true.” 🌠

    But, John, one would be quite lucky to find one star in the photos taken from those space expeditions. Make that impossible! Pitch black skies!

    But what a contrast from what a telescope can pick up. Beautiful and bright colorful images!

    I think Jiminy Cricket ought to keep a look out at NASA for some unusually long noses! 😂

    Lisa

    • Dr. John Reizer January 5, 2023 / 11:18 pm

      No doubt about it, Lisa! NASA and every other space program are full of it. 🤣

      John

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