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Originally posted by blahdiblah
reply to post by IgnoreTheFacts
OK ignorethefacts can you explain to me why there are square blurs on those lunar pics?
[edit on 18-9-2007 by blahdiblah]
If I need to do that, then you deserve to fall for anything posted online. Can you tell me why you think they should not be squares? LOL
The way missing data looks depends on the way the data is gathered, stored and transmitted.
Originally posted by nightmare_david
For one it wouldn't be blurred out, it would be black pixels. Secondly, they wouldn't take up large chunks and look like a perfect black square.
Picture an image with small black dots all over it. That's what a picture with bad or missing data would look like. Not one large picture with one large black square or rectangle or blur covering one certain section.
The Clementine mission is not a recent one, it was launched in January 1994.
With how advanced the equipment is, they shouldn't have soo many images that are blurred or completely blacked out in certain areas.
Originally posted by welivefortheson
reply to post by Tomis_Nexis
link says object not found!.
save a copy of the pics in your temp files if you havnt!
Originally posted by mikesingh
Are you aware that NASA has a photo section that pores over images and airbrushes anomalies that are out of sync and beyond comfort levels of the Military Intelligence, CIA, NSA etc before they are released for the consumption of the general public?