I'm going to award you 1 point for the image Frank, I hadn't seen that one.
NASA doesn't make it easy to find the older images. (On the other hand, I
heard a guy on the radio a while ago, forget his name now, who said his
research had determined that during the Nixon administration, many of
the older NASA staff had retired or quit, and the younger ones gone to
GE, Westinghouse, et al, taking much of what had been developed or discovered
over the years with them, and leaving the new staff to basically start over.
Images taken from the shuttle do not really resolve the problem because the shuttle orbits within the ionosphere.GaryN wrote:Another interesting image. From the graininess of the Shuttle, this would seem
to be a low light long exposure, but there are only, maybe, one or two stars visible.
Images taken from the shuttle do not really resolve the problem because the shuttle orbits within the ionosphere.
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