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Originally posted by anxietydisorder
I hate to be a thread killer but.....
With all the evidence that members have posted, the links, examples and such. I think this topic needs to die.................
Originally posted by cmdrkeenkid
Well, the topic wasn't whether or not Hubble can take pictures of the Moon. The topic is whether or not the Hubble images are being created through CGI or "virtual reality." So I don't see why you feel the need to have this thread "die."
Originally posted by resistance
Darkmind -- We've heard your opinion. I'm tired of people's opinions. Can you back your opinion up? Why don't Hubble's mirrors work with the moon? What good is it to gather light if the light that's gathered is sent to a telescope that's not so hot? And who's to say that generally diffused light is what NASA says it is? These are not miracle mirrors. It's more like smoke 'n mirrors if you get my drift.
Everything I've read says that the resolution of Hubble is too weak to take a good picture of the moon. Show me something different and I'll shut up. (meaning show me a quote that says something different, meaning a quote from some reputable person or source other than yourself.)