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HarbingerDawnDate: Friday, 19.09.2014, 23:05 | Message # 286
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Amazing view of the milky way from ISS






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midtskogenDate: Wednesday, 15.10.2014, 09:05 | Message # 287
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I just posted: Flaming Soviet Space Junk over Svalbard




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Edited by midtskogen - Wednesday, 15.10.2014, 09:07
 
spacerDate: Wednesday, 15.10.2014, 09:17 | Message # 288
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Quote midtskogen ()
Amazing view of the milky way from ISS

what is the little red blue dots on the image? pixels?





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midtskogenDate: Wednesday, 15.10.2014, 09:40 | Message # 289
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Harb wrote that, not I!

Looks like noise of some kind. Somebody should manually remove those. The image is beautiful!





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spacerDate: Wednesday, 15.10.2014, 10:14 | Message # 290
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Harb wrote that, not I!

lol! quote midtskogen, heheh wacko





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RockoRocksDate: Wednesday, 15.10.2014, 11:51 | Message # 291
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Why can we see the Milky Way on that photograph, but not on most other ISS photos?




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midtskogenDate: Wednesday, 15.10.2014, 12:25 | Message # 292
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Why can we see the Milky Way on that photograph, but not on most other ISS photos?

Because it takes an exposure of several seconds, so ISS must be deep within Earth's shadow to avoid any glare from an illuminated ISS. Also, ISS shouldn't be too lit by the Moon either.





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Fireinthehole-Date: Wednesday, 15.10.2014, 12:49 | Message # 293
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I can't see the image you guys are talking about.




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HarbingerDawnDate: Wednesday, 15.10.2014, 13:23 | Message # 294
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Quote RockoRocks ()
Why can we see the Milky Way on that photograph, but not on most other ISS photos?

Quote midtskogen ()
ISS must be deep within Earth's shadow to avoid any glare from an illuminated ISS.

It's also because that picture was looking towards the center of the galaxy, the brightest part of the Milky Way, making it much more obvious than it usually would be. But I have seen many shots from ISS where MW is visible.

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I can't see the image you guys are talking about.

In post #286? This image: http://www.nasa.gov/sites/default/files/iss041e009477.jpg





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Edited by HarbingerDawn - Wednesday, 15.10.2014, 13:24
 
Fireinthehole-Date: Wednesday, 15.10.2014, 18:10 | Message # 295
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Turned out my Chrome had some problems with DNS and was unable to load nasa.gov smile Fixed it now, wonderful picture.





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Edited by Fireinthehole - Wednesday, 15.10.2014, 18:11
 
WatsisnameDate: Thursday, 16.10.2014, 03:48 | Message # 296
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Quote midtskogen ()
Looks like noise of some kind. Somebody should manually remove those. The image is beautiful!


It's high saturation red/blue noise and so is easy to remove with LAB channel despeckling. Didn't get it entirely, but one pass makes a nice improvement. smile






 
midtskogenDate: Thursday, 16.10.2014, 07:04 | Message # 297
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Yes, much better. Thank you.

Is it an northern hemisphere impairment that I feel that the Milky Way is upside down in that picture?





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SolarisDate: Wednesday, 12.11.2014, 00:58 | Message # 298
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Fascinating new timelapse of the Sun showing sunspot AR 2192, the largest sunspot of the last two solar cycles :
 
midtskogenDate: Monday, 16.02.2015, 22:23 | Message # 299
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Martian mystery cloud defies explanation




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FastFourierTransformDate: Tuesday, 17.02.2015, 01:54 | Message # 300
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Martian mystery cloud defies explanation


Trully awesome!! It's a large scale phonomena, how we couldn't detect it with our orbiters?
 
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