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Kodak Portra 400, C41 at home in a lazy way. VueScan, Epson V600.

RSS 6x17 pinhole camera. No lens no truble. No Ken Rockwell.

6x17 RSS pinhole camera.

Kodak Portra 400, 90sec. C41 at home 60+60 min.

Holmsjö, Sandviken kommun, Gävleborg, Sweden.

While the flights of the RSS Pale Blue Dot and the RSS Mote of Dust provided successful proof of concept that hyperspace travel was possible, their ventures within the Solar system never truly achieved what the final goal was: faster-than-light travel. That honor was reserved for the RSS Hedy Lamarr that embarked on a 4-and-a-half-Month-40-light-years-round trip to the Trappist-1 System (solarsystem.nasa.gov/news/335/10-things-all-about-trappis...) in 2361, gathering a plethora of valuable data during a close flyby.

 

Behind the scenes:

 

It did take me forever to build that follow-up on the RSS Pale Blue Dot (flic.kr/s/aHskHoPuG3) and the RSS Mote of Dust (flic.kr/s/aHskUJZMn8). There were a number of attempts and iterations, most were never photographed, some were photographed but remained unpublished.

 

Hedy Lamarr (1914-2000): Austrian-American inventor who’s work laid the foundation for frequency hopping and the revolution in data transfer that shaped the the late 20th and early 21st century. (www.forbes.com/sites/shivaunefield/2018/02/28/hedy-lamarr... )

 

Concept design was strongly influenced by …

„Mars Colonialization“ by Stephane Chasseloup

www.artstation.com/artwork/z6KAd

National Geographic „Deadalus“ Spaceship by Oscar Cafaro

www.artstation.com/artwork/V3RxZ

Kodak Portra 400, C41 at home in a lazy way. VueScan, Epson V600.

RSS 6x17 pinhole camera.

 

Lillån river, Gävleborg, Sweden

The water i brownish due to the iron and manganese.

RealitySoSubtle 6x17

Fomapan 100 Classic

Rodinal 1+25

Kodak Portra 400, C41 at home in a lazy way. VueScan, Epson V600.

RSS 6x17 pinhole camera.

Portra 400, RSS 6x17 pinhole camera, tripod, Gossen Lunasix-3, C41 (Lennart Westman, Fotobaren, Sandviken), Epson V600, VueScan.

 

10 sec.

  

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– Why have I chosen RSS Korolev? Every captain wants such ship. Fast. Huge. Convenient. Never mind, I m just joking. Someone else would say something about a new frontier and a spirit of discovery. As for me, it s just a new experience. You know, if you are captain, it s almost impossible to find anything except cargo ship. Or a liner for the lucky ones. It s not bad, but those routine delivery missions are too identical. Fly somewhere, take cargo, go back, repeat. This research voyage is completely different. Much more responsibility. There are larger cargo ships, but the crew is always low, a couple of dozens at the biggest ones. And all of them are captain s subordinates. Captain is a god on his ship. Here… everything is different. Hundreds of scientists are not just passengers. I have to change course if some astronomer finds some unusual star or if a biologist decides to scan particular planet for life. It s a bit annoying. Some more conservative person could find such situation real headache. But I don t want to return to the freighters.

– They can say everything they want, but NavSystems was a general sponsor of this mission. So our aim is establishing new hyperspace routes and correcting old ones. Most expansive and complicated equipment of this ship are all kinds of hyperspace scanners. Laying a new route isn t a simple task. You have to keep in mind many factors to make it fast, reliable, safe, economic. And profitable for company. Days, when ship had to have huge powerful expansive computer onboard to calculate hyperjump, are gone. Companies like NavSystem provide access to their servers to make calculations as simple as it possible. Global hyperspace beacon network collects all necessary data; servers process it and give all parameters of a jump for a fair payment. This entire infrastructure has high running cost, so we can t do it for free.

– Those bastards from the “navigators guild” think they are masters here. But most of them don t even understand that their precious hyperroutes are useless if nobody wants to use them. Every journey needs a reason. The most common and obvious one is valuable resource deposit. Humanity needs more resources for further expansion. That s why we should check every possible planet, moon or asteroid belt. Moreover, every planet is unique and can tell scientists something new and may be important. We ve already done several discoveries. But “navigators” always hurry us up if they find star system useless for them. We must do something.

– This expedition has already given us good results. We collected tons of information and statistics. It will help for new colonists a lot. Some people hope we can find one more earth-like planet. It will be a great success. However, we checked thousands of planets and none of them is suitable for human without any special equipment. We even found some samples of life, but it were just bacteria and a couple of simplest seaweeds. Space is a dead place. I hope we can change this in future.

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– Why have I chosen RSS Korolev? Every captain wants such ship. Fast. Huge. Convenient. Never mind, I m just joking. Someone else would say something about a new frontier and a spirit of discovery. As for me, it s just a new experience. You know, if you are captain, it s almost impossible to find anything except cargo ship. Or a liner for the lucky ones. It s not bad, but those routine delivery missions are too identical. Fly somewhere, take cargo, go back, repeat. This research voyage is completely different. Much more responsibility. There are larger cargo ships, but the crew is always low, a couple of dozens at the biggest ones. And all of them are captain s subordinates. Captain is a god on his ship. Here… everything is different. Hundreds of scientists are not just passengers. I have to change course if some astronomer finds some unusual star or if a biologist decides to scan particular planet for life. It s a bit annoying. Some more conservative person could find such situation real headache. But I don t want to return to the freighters.

– They can say everything they want, but NavSystems was a general sponsor of this mission. So our aim is establishing new hyperspace routes and correcting old ones. Most expansive and complicated equipment of this ship are all kinds of hyperspace scanners. Laying a new route isn t a simple task. You have to keep in mind many factors to make it fast, reliable, safe, economic. And profitable for company. Days, when ship had to have huge powerful expansive computer onboard to calculate hyperjump, are gone. Companies like NavSystem provide access to their servers to make calculations as simple as it possible. Global hyperspace beacon network collects all necessary data; servers process it and give all parameters of a jump for a fair payment. This entire infrastructure has high running cost, so we can t do it for free.

– Those bastards from the “navigators guild” think they are masters here. But most of them don t even understand that their precious hyperroutes are useless if nobody wants to use them. Every journey needs a reason. The most common and obvious one is valuable resource deposit. Humanity needs more resources for further expansion. That s why we should check every possible planet, moon or asteroid belt. Moreover, every planet is unique and can tell scientists something new and may be important. We ve already done several discoveries. But “navigators” always hurry us up if they find star system useless for them. We must do something.

– This expedition has already given us good results. We collected tons of information and statistics. It will help for new colonists a lot. Some people hope we can find one more earth-like planet. It will be a great success. However, we checked thousands of planets and none of them is suitable for human without any special equipment. We even found some samples of life, but it were just bacteria and a couple of simplest seaweeds. Space is a dead place. I hope we can change this in future.

Discovery Point is a world class visitor attraction which centres round Captain Scott of the Antarctic’s Dundee built ship RRS Discovery. Quoted from the RRS Discovery website

 

9H-RSS - Bombardier BD-700-1A10 Global 6000 -

Emperor Aviation Ltd (untitled)

at Duesseldorf Rhein/Ruhr Airport (DUS)

 

c/n 9727 - built in 2015

 

(Photo: G. Dickmann)

Portra 400, RSS 6x17 pinhole camera, tripod, Gossen Lunasix-3, C41 (Lennart Westman, Fotobaren, Sandviken), Epson V600, VueScan.

 

10 sec exposure.

Kodak Ektar 100, C41 (Lennart Westman, Sandviken).

RSS 6x17 pinhole camera.

Gossen Lunasix-3 light meter.

 

15 minutes.

Kodak Ektar 100 in RSS 6x17 pinhole camera. 20 sec.

C41: Lennart Westman, Fotobaren, Sandviken. Epson V600. VueScan.

 

Unfortunately I forgot to wind the film after the last shot.

So I made an unsolicited double exposure.😭

I will return to this place to take this shot again.

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Jacutinga - Aburria jacutinga (Spix, 1825) - Black-fronted Piping-Guan

Fairchild RC-26A

Barbados Defense Force

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rss 66f , delta 100, rodinal

 

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While the flights of the RSS Pale Blue Dot and the RSS Mote of Dust provided successful proof of concept that hyperspace travel was possible, their ventures within the Solar system never truly achieved what the final goal was: faster-than-light travel. That honor was reserved for the RSS Hedy Lamarr that embarked on a 4-and-a-half-Month-40-light-years-round trip to the Trappist-1 System (solarsystem.nasa.gov/news/335/10-things-all-about-trappis...) in 2361, gathering a plethora of valuable data during a close flyby.

 

Behind the scenes:

 

It did take me forever to build that follow-up on the RSS Pale Blue Dot (flic.kr/s/aHskHoPuG3) and the RSS Mote of Dust (flic.kr/s/aHskUJZMn8). There were a number of attempts and iterations, most were never photographed, some were photographed but remained unpublished.

 

Hedy Lamarr (1914-2000): Austrian-American inventor who’s work laid the foundation for frequency hopping and the revolution in data transfer that shaped the the late 20th and early 21st century. (www.forbes.com/sites/shivaunefield/2018/02/28/hedy-lamarr... )

 

Concept design was strongly influenced by …

„Mars Colonialization“ by Stephane Chasseloup

www.artstation.com/artwork/z6KAd

National Geographic „Deadalus“ Spaceship by Oscar Cafaro

www.artstation.com/artwork/V3RxZ

 

Flag of Planet Earth: www.flagofplanetearth.com

 

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RSS class 08 No.08484 CAPTAIN NATHANIEL DARELL outside Crown Point Depot Norwich on 8th October 2021.Photo taken from the passing 10:36 to Great Yarmouth.

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