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- Partial view of the Mandelbrot set. Step 10 of a zoom sequence: Double-spirals and "seahorses". Unlike the image of zoom step 2 they have appendices consisting of structures like "seahorse tails". This demonstrates the typical linking of n+1 different structures in the environment of satellites of the order n, here for the simplest case n=1.
- Coordinates of the center: Re(c) = -.743,643,862,69, Im(c) = .131,825,902,71
- Horizontal diameter of the image: .000,000,135,26
- Magnification relative to the initial image: 22,748,000
- Created by Wolfgang Beyer with the program Ultra Fractal 3.
- Uploaded by the creator.
- Teilansicht der Mandelbrot-Menge. Ausschnitt 10 einer Zoom-Sequenz: Doppelspiralen und "Seepferdchen", die jedoch im Unterschied zu Ausschnitt 2 nach außen hin mit seepferdchenschwanzartigen Fortsätzen bestückt sind. Dieses Phänomen demonstriert die für Satelliten n-ter Ordnung typischen Verkettungen von n+1 Strukturelementen für den Fall n=1.
- Zentrumskoordinaten: Re(c) = -0,743 643 862 69, Im(c) = 0,131 825 902 71
- Horizontaler Bilddurchmesser: 0,000 000 135 26
- Vergrößerung relativ zum Startbild: 22 748 000
- Erstellt von Wolfgang Beyer mit dem Programm Ultra Fractal 3.
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