Re: ISS tonight....................2005 days in orbit

From: Tom Wagner (
Date: Mon May 17 2004 - 22:39:53 EDT

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    I looked for the third dimension and did see it, although just barely.
    Thanks for the fun! Just say 3D and I will have an immediate look.
    I stereo fused the images using the walleyed and cross-eyed methods.
    Neither was better than the other. I also cut the images apart and turned
    them 90 degrees with respect to each other but saw no better depth.
    Tom  Iowa  USA
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    ----- Original Message ----- 
    From: "John Locker" <>
    Sent: Monday, May 17, 2004 7:25 PM
    Subject: ISS tonight....................2005 days in orbit
    > Hi all,
    > Couple of nice passes by ISS tonight produced 2 AVIs and some usable
    > From the midnight (BST) pass I have selected a couple of images , which
    > taken just 1/5th of a second apart...possible candidates for a stereo
    > A number of features can be resolved , including the "ripple" and shadow
    > effect on the truss  Progress.
    > Initial pics are available here......
    > Equipment used : Meade LX90 8 inch fitted with ToUCam webcam.
    > Hand guided 1/500th second / 5FPS
    > Regards,
    > John
    > Wirral UK
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