Re: Mir images, web site

From: Jonathan T Wojack (
Date: Sat Jun 23 2001 - 13:27:19 PDT

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    > I have posted a comparison page :
    > I have taken an EXCELLENT image by Bob Citron and adjusted the 
    > brightnes
    > and contrast to less favorable conditions (sorry Bob!) , and it is 
    > easy
    > to see how some components of the station become disconnected bright
    > spots, and others disappear entirely.
    > I would not have mentioned it except that based on my studies I 
    > would
    > have posed the model differently, and I would offer to help anyone 
    > with
    > the interpretations of their photographs.
    Are the two images of Mir depicting the slain space station in the same
    orientation (just curious) ?  The orientation of the dots seem to be the
    same in both images.  Or is it the same image twice, with the one of the
    left with enhanced contrast and brightness?
    Jonathan T. Wojack       
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