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This is because we lose a certain percentage of the data coming down from the spacecraft. In LASCO such losses appear as square blocks in the image. The software which puts the images up on the web will fill in these blocks from the last good image, and if there's a cosmic ray in that block from the previous image, it will appear in this image as well. The way to check for this is to look at the raw data files, which are also available on the web through the SOHO catalog interface.
originally posted by: October
I recently found this video showing some recent images taken from soho and the guys at secureteam have stumbled upon something very interesting. They record the images all the time and found what looked like pixelation on the image and after looking back at their own recorded footage they found what looks like a craft of some kind with with a v of lights.
I don't know how this one can be explained but I'm sure someone will wade in!
It's one of those quixotic thing for which no one can offer an explanation
Actually, it's from another image entirely.
it looks more like they've just cut out a square from another part of the image and pasted it over the object.
There is only one version and its there. Without the extra dots.
I'm not even sure that the either version of the image is still available on the NASA website
originally posted by: Phage
a reply to: knoledgeispower
Did you see the link?
That's pretty bad. Just the one photo? Not much effort put into this one.
secureteam10 are known hoaxers. They've been posting fake videos for years, and they even tried charging money for some fake photos at one point.
Check out this thread - www.abovetopsecret.com...
saw the thread they were claiming to have debunked the thread but it all just be a simple coincidence i dont see any proof from the star trek fan and the image thats blurred could easily be another image not related to star trek you never know.
Just the one. It's not that long.
How far into that thread is it or Do I have to jump around from thread to thread, reading through god knows how many pages?
where is the proof he is a hoaxer, no offense but I'm not taking your word for it? - See more at: www.abovetopsecret.com...