reply to post by mikesingh
How did you got those (this and the previous) images? Did you made a screen-grab and resized the image?
If you did just that it means that the program the changes in brightness and contrast only made the image worse (as expected), this is what I get with
just a pixel-resize.
As I thought, this image appears in NASA's World Wind in the Clementine data set, and it looks much better than the small image used as a background
from which you got your image.
Your second image has the same problems, this is the result of a pixel-resize, without any data-destroying change in brightness and contrast.
And this is from NASA World Wind.
As you can see, the first is Brayley and the second Euler, and for both there are many better resolution images. Also, these images, as I said before,
also include ultraviolet light, the colours are not as we see them.
I see that Phage
already took care of your third image.
What is happening to you, mikesingh?
I was never a fan of your way of presenting data, but the way you are doing things now is worse than it was before.
I stopped providing direct links to the pages where you found the images, just text on your version of the images, you present something that was used
just as a background as if it was something important, you look like you are avoiding presenting the best data on purpose and only present data in a
way that may throw people into wrong ideas.
I suggest you stop a little and rethink what you are doing and your purpose on ATS.
If you really want to help people find the truth fine, but if that is not the case then just stop it, please.