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Like right now (18:50 GMT time) where I swear the is a large object in front of the station being blocked out. Anybody feel the same? Is anyone else watching the feed now?
originally posted by: AdmireTheDistance
a reply to: kuraijanai2013
That would be pretty incredible algorithm to be able to determine what we "shouldn't see" and block it out in real-time.
Of course, the more reasonable (and correct) answer would be that it's a camera whose resolution may not be the best (I'm not familiar with it), subjected to the harsh conditions of space. You take a medium resolution camera anywhere and film something against a dark background, and you're going to see pixellation and video artifacts. Why would that be any different with this camera?