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Science, Astronomy, & Physics / Re: Strange "Lights" spotted on Ceres
« Last post by Psk on January 31, 2016, 05:24:54 am »
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Science, Astronomy, & Physics / Re: Strange "Lights" spotted on Ceres
« Last post by Psk on January 31, 2016, 05:20:02 am »
BTW, these were all B&W photos of the asteroid, Ceres. I used the color from the few color photos of Ceres to tint the corresponding areas the same color in the B&W images.
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Science, Astronomy, & Physics / Re: Strange "Lights" spotted on Ceres
« Last post by Psk on January 31, 2016, 05:19:06 am »
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Science, Astronomy, & Physics / Re: Strange "Lights" spotted on Ceres
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Science, Astronomy, & Physics / Re: Strange "Lights" spotted on Ceres
« Last post by Psk on January 31, 2016, 05:16:18 am »
They released some very close-up pix of Ceres.  Unfortunately, they seemed to skip over the most important areas,
& released a lot of bland B&W images. Perhaps they're being withheld until they can be touched up & airbrushed.

Before you roll your eyes, NASA, & the ESA openly admit that they edit, touch up, or air brush almost all images from space before they're released to the public.

Anywho, here's the best ones so far. You can see much bigger, blurrier, colorless versions of these at their website, but you won't see as much detail as in our exclusive digitally enhanced versions.

Enjoy!
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Science, Astronomy, & Physics / Re: Strange "Lights" spotted on Ceres
« Last post by Psk on January 03, 2016, 10:15:24 pm »
Here again they release, "new" closer than ever images of the spots on Ceres. Why do they look blurrier, & distorted compared to the old ones? The white spots are washed out so no detail can be seen in them too.
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Science, Astronomy, & Physics / Re: Strange "Lights" spotted on Ceres
« Last post by Psk on January 03, 2016, 10:09:21 pm »
In the last image of the white spots of Ceres, they false colored the image of a B&W old image, blurred, & distorted it. Why would they do that, & why do they withhold almost all color images of Ceres? I know they have color images, because NASA said Ceres has almost no color, so we don't need the color images. Why not post the color ones anyway, & let us be the judge? Didn't tax money pay for this stuff anyway?
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Science, Astronomy, & Physics / Re: Strange "Lights" spotted on Ceres
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Science, Astronomy, & Physics / Re: Strange "Lights" spotted on Ceres
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