posted on Feb, 25 2011 @ 07:13 AM
reply to post by Movescamp
Is it a map of the whole sphere? Do you honestly believe that NASA, with all their advanced technology can't create software to cover things up better
than a smudge?
I read a thread a long while ago about just such a software.
Well, actually it was a combination of automatic hardware and software that analysed each frame of film or each still and automatically (and very,
very professionally) removed any objects that 'shouldn't be there'.
Very sophisticated kit apparently...hardly surprising news in the digital age of supercomputers and advanced algorithms, i know but there you go.
Anything released by a company known to be liars these days is/has to be suspect, by way of common sense if not proof.
Just visited the site...and some of you are getting excited about...this?
Blimey, it has a resolution of 145 meters per pixel! This is at the end of 2010 remember...even Clementine from way back in 1994 had a resolution of
between 7 and 20 meters per pixel!
Or put another way, a tiny, cheap military moon probe, (and it was one of the cheapest lunar missions ever) from 16 years ago, had between just over
7X and 20X the image resolution of this 2010 probe!!
So, hardly something to jump up and down about is it!
edit on 25/2/2011 by spikey because: (no reason given)