posted on Apr, 3 2008 @ 12:31 PM
Originally posted by Odessy
Internos, you said this object I captured is some sort of hieroglyph camera glitch that GS has admitted too?
The picture you posted is the same as mine, is that a pic that GS posted explaining the phenomena or the same pic I posted?
No, absolutely not.
It has been inserted in a list of anomalies, but there's still zero explanation about it. I've also pointed out the lack of response: i mean that is
NOT so easy to explain.
Now i would like to point out why the stuff coming from mosaics is not my favourite:
if you work on raw images, then it could be very easy to try to determine what's an anomaly (natural formation, glitch and so on) because just a few
processes are involved.
But how many and what processes are involved in Google Sky Project?
When can have been formed the anomaly? Is it visible in the RAW image? And if yes, was a glitch ar was actually there? And if it was a glitch, then
when has it been formed: during the aquisition of the data, during their transmission, during their first manipulation...
How can we find the raw images in order to make at least this assestment? Or is the result of the assembling of the mosaic, as it happened with
clementine dataset (and here we are talking about MANY different datasets) on the Moon? And if it hasn't been formed "artificially", then what the
heck could it be? A software bug, a human mistake, OTHER? why that specific scale of green seems to appear in more anomalies, as correctly
IattackPeople pointed out?
There's a lot of questions to which i'm unable to answer at all. What we would need here is someone involved in the project, someone able to tell us
at least from which dataset comes that specific image.
I mean: i fear i can't be helpful on this one [sorry]
[edit on 3/4/2008 by internos]