posted on May, 22 2010 @ 05:47 PM
reply to post by jazz10
Go back to the Stereo site and do some research. They have a a whole list of anomalies, the cause, and examples of each. They keep track of
everything, and even have a page called "what planets are visible right now". Really, given the distance between the sats, and the views they use,
you can't know whaat you are looking at enough to even ask questions without some research into the whole mission, orbit, design, etc.
For example, Stereo is shown as a round field of view. Usually that means a fish-eye lens, catching horizon to horizon, not a "head-on" view. It
makes a difference. To just pick and choose shots without some knowledge isn't going to be able to show you ANYTHING.