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Posted by2 months ago
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I didn't have a proper telescope, so I used my optics for my shot of Jupiter last night.

r/Firearms - I didn't have a proper telescope, so I used my optics for my shot of Jupiter last night.
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Op · 2 mo. ago

This is what they use on the ISS.

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The little mosin that could

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wow fantastic find and highly contextually relevant, nice job

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Op · 2 mo. ago

Vortex Crossfire II on a PSA AR-15. My rifle might be underpowered to reach out and touch celestial bodies, but it was fun anyway.

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Just a little bit underpowered.

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Just gotta adjust for drop over a few AU.

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If you shoot it, it'll get bigger.

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Thought that was only the moon

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Lol! Ahhh good old times

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· 2 mo. ago
DTOM

Please share your dope card for this.

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56,000,000 MOA up; 69,420 MOA right

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· 2 mo. ago
US

Jupiter is 367,000,000 miles away, so a 3000 fps bullet is going to take about 100 years to get there.

better lead it a LOT.

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Op · 2 mo. ago

I never thought I would see a mention about astrophysics in a firearm subreddit, but here I am.

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· 2 mo. ago
M4A1

Taking r/longrange to new heights

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That’s not Jupiter that’s Uranus

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Op · 2 mo. ago

O no

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Dem aliens gonna get fucked up brother!

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Comment deleted by user · 2 mo. ago
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Are you sure you’re not seeing 4 and a star? Jupiter only has 4 large moons

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