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What are these ghostly circles out in space ?

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third_eye

My guess is space gas out of Uranus... 

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diddyman68
2 hours ago, third_eye said:

My guess is space gas out of Uranus... 

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Any space jokes involving uranus is funny in my book.:tsu:

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jethrofloyd

Aliens smoking cigarettes?

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South Alabam

Plasma ball or something Star Trek needs to check out.

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Seti42

Space Bigfoot or Yog-Sothoth are my votes.

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jethrofloyd
4 minutes ago, Seti42 said:

Space Bigfoot

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Damien99

I smell trouble lol

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diddyman68
2 hours ago, Damien99 said:

I smell trouble lol

That'll be the gas from uranus.:tu:

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Twin

The radio bubble around a star with intelligent life broadcasting urgent news about the Kardashians !!

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Hammerclaw

Warp bubble.

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childofindigo

distant multiverse?

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Peter B

I like the fact that the astronomer in the article linked in the OP called them WTFs. I think the challenge for astronomers now is that, once they work out what the phenomena are, they need to find a name for them which also has the acronym WTF.

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