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Spam / Re: Last letter word!
« Last post by archaic on Today at 07:15:17 pm »
No kidding!
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Avatar 2, 3, 4 and 5 / Re: Diversity in Pandora's Biomes and the Na'vi
« Last post by archaic on Today at 06:58:53 pm »
Obviously here in Earth we have different skin pigments and tones and different languages and accents - is that something you believe might have developed across Pandora?
I touched on this ever so briefly in a fanfic of mine, Machine .....

a Na'vi male, huge, paler in color and with fewer narrower stripes than he'd expected.

..... and .....

Behind the chair were two Jake Sully's, both in avatar form, that wasn't right. One had partially healed scaring down the right hand side of his face, beside him was a male native, quite eleven feet tall, with paler skin than either of the two Jake's, and more pronounced musculature than the female Na'vi standing close to the uninjured Jake, he assumed correctly that this was Jake's woman, but while he had heard it, her name eluded him.

I never really took this character very far in the fic, but he was Na'vi of a northern tribe, kinda like a Na'vi Stoic the Vast.
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Beginners / Re: Translation of the Flight of Passage
« Last post by Tirea Aean on Today at 06:04:44 pm »
Ohey Melìsa :D I see you have found the forum thread I have been talking about in Discord. :D

I seen this and some of it is right but I watched this over and over and the guide is saying "PANDORA, MY HOME!!!" translated and it sounded like that she fainly says "Soleia!" at the end it was very faint but it sounded like she says "YOU DID IT (Soleia!)

I agree. Now that I've had another look at this. :)
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Beginners / Re: Difference between PXEL and NA?
« Last post by Tirea Aean on Today at 06:02:53 pm »
A pretty solid theory. I never thought about it like that :O
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Beginners / Re: Translation of the Flight of Passage
« Last post by Melìsa on Today at 04:56:26 pm »
Kaltxì, I have created a video which attempts to translate the Flight of Passage ride. You can read in the video's description I do not claim any ownership of this video. The video is posted below.



I would be very grateful for your help translating from Na'vi to English. I attempted to translate the words phonetically, but I am not confident I heard correctly or translated accurately. You have been a great help with translating the Na'vi River Journey song at the end and the Na'vi at the beginning of the same ride (translation still in progress). Irayo nìtxan for your help!

0:12 Ha lat si sa ngal, tìno fyep.

1:04 ♫Eywa, meuia. Ioi waytelem.♫

1:30 'It lopx, alìm.

1:46 Oel 'efu,

1:50 Siva ko.

2:12 ♫Ma ma, mal, ma ma, ma ma, Eywa.♫

3:26 Eywa'eveng, oel kä tstew.

3:41 Kaw'it 'i'a.

3:51 Kxem li.

P.S. Thank you for your help. As more translations come in, they will be updated in the captions of the above video. To see the Na'vi words, please select the Nauru captions.

I seen this and some of it is right but I watched this over and over and the guide is saying "PANDORA, MY HOME!!!" translated and it sounded like that she fainly says "Soleia!" at the end it was very faint but it sounded like she says "YOU DID IT (Soleia!)
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Science / Re: Astronomy thread/Kìng a teri tanhìä tìftia
« Last post by Toliman on Today at 04:54:03 pm »
Yeah, and seems that tonight after moonset I will can observe again :)



... This is all exciting news in what has otherwise been an exceptionally dismal year (and 2019 looks to be even worse :( )
I hope that next year will be better :)

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Txantsan, ma Toliman

Last night, I did public astronomy at a place called 'Sparks Marina'. This is the club public event we do every third Friday of the month. No huge crowds, but successful nonetheless, as the people that showed up stayed engaged. Due to light pollution and poor transparency, I stayed on Alberio most of the night. However, seeing was excellent, and those who showcased planets and the moon had an exceptional night.

Thursday evening marked the 55th anniversary of our planetarium, and the new director invited a number of us over to visit for cake and a star show. Even in the week he has been there, he installed several new exhibits. Planetarium staff filled an empty corner of the exhibit hall with some interesting stuff pulled out of storage. Among this, a number of space shuttle tiles, and two giant film reels from a film projector system that is still installed, but not currently used. (I was asked by the previous director to find a new home for the system, which features an IMAX-like rolling loop projector. I'm glad I was not successful).

Our planetarium started out as also being an 'atmospherium', and it would play back time-lapse films of the days' cloud cover. That system stopped being used along ago because of the cost of the film and running the film developer machine the system required. However, it would be exceptionally easy to start doing the atmospherium function again using modern digital cameras, and the digital dome projection system. So, we are going to look at setting up a new atmospherium system. The new director would like to re-establish the relationship that used to exist between our club (which formed in the University that owns the planetarium) and the planetarium. This is all exciting news in what has otherwise been an exceptionally dismal year (and 2019 looks to be even worse :( )

In other related news of interest to folks who follow this forum: On Wednesday night, another part of the University, our medical college, had an open house with a local STEM-oriented business group. It featured poster sessions by some of the researchers working at the college (and they are doing some really cutting-edge stuff, no puns intended), and a tour of the college's cadaver lab ;)
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Science / Re: Astronomy thread/Kìng a teri tanhìä tìftia
« Last post by Toliman on Today at 02:37:11 pm »
Few hours of observation tonight before morning.
Sky was completelly clear and sky conditions were reasonable. I observed:

Open clusters: M36, M37, M38, NGC1907, NGC1893, M35, NGC2129. NGC2281, M44, M68, M48
Globular cluster NGC2419, nebulae M1, NGC1931 and planetary nebula NGC2392
Galaxies: NGC2403, M81, M82, NGC3077, NGC2976, NGC2683, NGC2903, M95, M96, M105, NGC3384, M65, M66, NGC3628, NGC3115
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Spam / Re: Tailslap thread
« Last post by Ertew on Yesterday at 04:37:12 pm »
Tailslap myself for wasting time instead of learning language  :facepalm:
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Movies/TV / Re: The Video of the day
« Last post by Ertew on Yesterday at 04:13:41 pm »
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