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Originally posted by Blaine91555
Great post Mike. Thanks so much.
To the person about the color. Just find out the correct colors for the targets in the image and you can adjust it correctly. I'd convert to a CMYK image and use the channel mixer to get a good approximation. To get it perfect you would have to have more information though. If you use the target you will get an idea but it won't tell you what it looks like in the ambient light on Mars only what it looks like in white light.
Originally posted by zeroeffect
Dr.Seth Schostack who is a scientist with SETI made a good point that they work closely with NASA and have seen no evidence of information withholding from NASA. So what does NASA have to gain from keeping this information secret?
Originally posted by Neiby
On Mars, everything would seem to have more red and less blue in it.
Feel free to adjust the colors so that everything appears as it would on Earth, but just remember what you're doing. That isn't actually how things would look on Mars.