posted on Jun, 7 2008 @ 10:01 PM
I don't really see anything out of the ordinary or edited in any of the pictures. Image 006 looks like the colors might have messed up, maybe after
converting to a different color mode; depending on what you use it can remove some of the data and make the picture lose some color which gives it
that comic book effect. It might also be because of sharpening that area, as the person above me said. A lot of different ways you can get that sort
of look in an image, usually by over-filtering. Image 005 shows that same area in 006 and it doesn't seem to have anything worth covering up, and
doesn't have the comic book effect, it looks like there might be dust on the lens. The white objects in the background show up in Images 009 and 10,
but since they are taken from different perspectives and they appear to be in the same area and not moving, I'd say it's debris, or a satellite. The
Earth's horizon in all the pictures except 006 look about the same to me, some look a bit more blurry and messed up from compression but it doesn't
look like it was edited.
Out of all of them Image 8 looks most interesting, don't know what that is in the glow of the Earth's atmosphere, could just be something that came
up when compressing, or a lens reflection.
[edit on 7-6-2008 by davion]