Originally posted by Arken
And what make me sick is that 8/10 of the entire Curiosity images are OUT of FOCUS and the other part are with a very LOW resolution.
What a WASTE of money. Billions of Dollars for sand images......
Another huge fail!
Stay at home Nasa.
Our last Hope is CHINA!
No they're not blurry or out of focus - not no 80% of them! And are you talking about ChemCam images? Please say you aren't.
You complain, but you use their images. Astounding...
You need to learn your cameras, focal points, field of views, resolutions - the whole nine, because it's obvious that you're grasping at straws. Who
are you to complain about "low resolutions" when you can't even acknowledge that the rover has the best cameras Mars has ever had or when you don't
even know the fundamentals of a camera? Do you? Tell me and I'll eat my words.
Once again - whatever happened to humility? ArMap knows what he is talking about. I think I do, too. But if we're wrong about something, the correct
thing to do is to acknowledge and move on.
We all know it's an interesting rock. That's fine and cool.
But why complain about their cameras but still use images from them?
And these resolutions are the highest they have EVER been - plus these cameras are true color.
So please - don't get mad. Just deny ignorance. Simple.
edit on 2/13/2013 by impaired because: (no reason given)