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Astronomy photography disclaimers

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Whilst looking at the supermoon pics on the Beeb, I noticed a complete lack of disclaimers, worrying in these litigious times.

For example "not actual size" on any or all of the Moon photos.

Not a single "Celestial objects may appear closer than they are in telescope"

"Planet Jupiter: Packed by weight, not volume. Contents may settle in transit"

"Planet Earth: May contain nuts".

And so on.

not_morrison_rm, Jun 23 2013

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       "A growing object moving towards you may be closer than you think. Run"
mofosyne, Jun 23 2013

       Not to be confused with that nagging suspicion, that the chicken hadn't been cooked all the way through, the salmonella of doubt,
not_morrison_rm, Jun 23 2013

       Pluto is wholly owned and operated by the Walt Disney company, viewing as a planet is strictly prohibited unless otherwise indicated.   

       I would legitimately like to see disclaimers for astrophotos that are actually "artist's renderings" of pulsars or artificially colorized. It's hard to find real nebula photos in visible light.
DIYMatt, Jun 23 2013

       You mean, those weren't real? NB I am not venturing a tag for Uranus, it's too easy.
not_morrison_rm, Jun 23 2013

       I dunno, [not_morr]. If I tried tagging Uranus, you'd probably make it very difficult.
baconbrain, Jun 23 2013

       I might enjoy it secretly.
not_morrison_rm, Jun 24 2013

       [+] I like the idea, not the anno above...
xandram, Jun 24 2013

       Can't say I've ever had any parts of my body RFID'd.   

       But at least it'd partially rebut "the right hand doesn't know what the left hand is doing" stuff, as the right hand would have a reasonable idea of where the left hand is, which would narrow the possibilities.
not_morrison_rm, Jun 24 2013

       Mars may be hazardous to your health.
pashute, Jun 24 2013

       Iapetus: For the natives of Iapetus, it is a black and white situation.
not_morrison_rm, Jun 24 2013

       "If it's blue - duck."
MaxwellBuchanan, Jun 24 2013


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