posted on Jul, 1 2013 @ 04:46 PM
Has the discrepancy in pixelation already been mentioned? I am not sure how it works, but the images seem to carry a very different pixelated
signature. Maybe it is because of their color and shape features differing from the rest of the image.
If these are straight from NASA, then my idea of any possible manipulation to create the images presented in the opening post may be moot.
Are pixels that vary like these common in unaltered images?
It just seems like there is a very distinct line outlining the row of spheres in question, similar to what is present in manipulated images.
If you study the second image below, you can see that the apparent shape of the left-most sphere is cut in two - with the lower portion showing the
largest area of the sphere. The upper segment features part of the sphere that seems slightly out of focus and does not line up precisely with the
If you view the entire row of sphere, keeping the above idea in mind, you can see that all spheres seem to show this variation, as-well-as a much
smaller pixelation block on the lower segment of the spheres.
It may be common to find artifacts in images like this, but it just seems strange and out of place...
One other thing I noticed about the spheres is the fact that they seem to vary in color, according to the background of their location - giving the
impression they are clear, such as water droplets or glass balls.
Maybe they are producing such pixelated variation because they are much closer to the camera than the background lanscape...
edit on 1-7-2013 by esteay812 because: (no reason given)