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Originally posted by deejayiwan
the mark point D is definetely something
Originally posted by chunder
reply to post by Skeptical Ed
Where are these high resolution photos - from what I see here on ATS various probes and orbiters and telescopes keet being sent into space and we are provided with fantastically detailed images of things mind blowingly long distances away from the earth but when it comes to the moon we get such low resolution ?
We seem to have better pics of the surface of Mars.
Obviously I am a layman and its probably just my ignorance that has led me to form this view - if someone can elighten me as to where the highest res pics of the moon are then surely claims such as the OP can easily be checked against the higher res versions ?
Or is that an oversimplification ?
The image was taken during Cassini's very close flyby of Enceladus on July 14, 2005, from a distance of approximately 208 kilometers (129 miles) above Enceladus. Resolution in the image is about 4 meters (13 feet) per pixel. The image has been contrast enhanced to improve the visibility of surface.
The image was taken in visible light with the Cassini spacecraft narrow-angle camera on Aug. 13, 2009. The view was acquired at a distance of approximately 1.2 million kilometers (746,000 miles) from Saturn and at a Sun-Saturn-spacecraft, or phase, angle of 87 degrees. Image scale is 7 kilometers (4 miles) per pixel.
well if Hoagland can do it maybe I can find something too.
OBSERVER 1.. you are a complete idiot! I love you for this. I looked at the photos as I said I would to see the math. and there is some in there that I am going to investigate further bit thats not the point..
In your histerics about moon bases you over looked something quite amazing and no matter WHAT skew I put it on it cannot be anything else. I will complete my work and present it for others to see and correct me where I may very well be wrong but blind one!...
you didnt see the large floating thing in your picture! the very first image you posted. Lower left hand corner. I thought it was a crater at first but its too spherical then I ran it through a couple of emboss textures and every one came up with the same conclusion... there is a shadow approx 8-10 miles behind and below that crater. look ing again. that massive crater on the right.. just a crater, there is a smaller "crater" just below to the bottom left, and just up and left of the crater. you have two floaters spheroid
Originally posted by IgnoreTheFacts
Guys, your human. And guess what, humans suffer from Pareidolia