{Spam?} Re: Admin: policy for reporting high resolution ground-based imageryofEarth satellites

From: Ralf Vandebergh (ralf.vandebergh@home.nl)
Date: Fri Aug 13 2010 - 07:48:02 UTC

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    Folks, concerning own imagery:
    The original frames are in most cases added on the images-set,
    but as it seems some did not note that, here again is an example:
    http://img807.imageshack.us/img807/5585/lacrosse2100628000447se.jpg
    
    The sequence of single frames clearly proves the reliablitity of the detail.
    High res satellite-imaging  is nothing new, as said before people like
    John Locker obtained similar results.
    
    Best regards,
    Ralf Vandebergh
    
    
    
    
    
    
    ----- Original Message -----
    From: "Skywise" <skywise@skywise711.com>
    To: "SeeSat" <SeeSat-L@satobs.org>
    Sent: Thursday, August 12, 2010 8:59 PM
    Subject: Re: Admin: policy for reporting high resolution ground-based
    imageryofEarth satellites
    
    
    > Ralf Vandebergh wrote:
    > > especially because most photographers are amateurs and do
    >  > this not for living.
    >
    > All the more reason to provide raw data, so others can advise
    > them where they may be making errors. So they can learn.
    >
    > If someone is offended by constructive criticism....
    >
    >
    > > Honestly, even in a more
    > > professional environment we should respect when someone decides to
    > > keep raw data or even imaging data internal
    >
    > This is not a professional scientific or educational institution.
    > I am aware of raw data being kept internal in such situations,
    > and the reasons for doing so in those institutions frankly do not
    > apply in this context.
    >
    > Personally, I'd love to have someone more knowledgeable than I
    > to tell me where I'm goofing in my processing. It's how I learn.
    >
    > Is not the purpose of this forum to share information and to
    > learn from others' experiences? How do we do that by keeping
    > things secret? It only hurts the contributor.
    >
    > In the end, it's up to Ted to decide what is required and what is
    > not. Even if it is decided that raw data is not required, doing
    > so voluntarily lends credence to the contributor for all the reasons
    > I listed, ESPECIALLY the first one.
    >
    > Brian
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