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NASA Swamp Gas Photo

 
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NASA Swamp Gas Photo
Very top, just off center to the right.

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It's a scratch on the photo, just like dozens of scratches all over it, look again.
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It's a scratch on the photo, just like dozens of scratches all over it, look again.
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Not the white marks, try again.
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It's a scratch on the photo, just like dozens of scratches all over it, look again.
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Not the white marks, try again.
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Yes it is, what color do you think paper is?
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It's a scratch on the photo, just like dozens of scratches all over it, look again.
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Not the white marks, try again.
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Yes it is, what color do you think paper is?
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Do you really not see the object I'm talking about? Look again and the object is not white.
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I think it's Kami's Lookout! Knew it had to be up there somewhere.

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It's a scratch on the photo, just like dozens of scratches all over it, look again.
 Quoting: Weasel Keeper


Not the white marks, try again.
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Yes it is, what color do you think paper is?
 Quoting: Weasel Keeper


Do you really not see the object I'm talking about? Look again and the object is not white.
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grey dot with grey scratch under it?
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I think it's Kami's Lookout! Knew it had to be up there somewhere.

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Got a good laugh out of that, thank you.
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Not the white marks, try again.
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Yes it is, what color do you think paper is?
 Quoting: Weasel Keeper


Do you really not see the object I'm talking about? Look again and the object is not white.
 Quoting: Oengus


grey dot with grey scratch under it?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 12762865


No, the giant brown/black object.
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I see it now, that is where the film was clipped when it was hung up to dry, there's even a scratch on the top of it where the clip bit into the paper.
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I see it now, that is where the film was clipped when it was hung up to dry, there's even a scratch on the top of it where the clip bit into the paper.
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You understand it is a digital image right?
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I see it now, that is where the film was clipped when it was hung up to dry, there's even a scratch on the top of it where the clip bit into the paper.
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You understand it is a digital image right?
 Quoting: Oengus


That was not a digital image, hence the scratches, and of course the CLIP MARK gives it away, how do you scratch a digital image?
Wild Weasels? You've got to be shitting me!
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I see it now, that is where the film was clipped when it was hung up to dry, there's even a scratch on the top of it where the clip bit into the paper.
 Quoting: Weasel Keeper


You understand it is a digital image right?
 Quoting: Oengus


That was not a digital image, hence the scratches, and of course the CLIP MARK gives it away, how do you scratch a digital image?
 Quoting: Weasel Keeper


The lens? And then why is there not the same mark on any other photos? Surly they made that mistake before, if it happened with this one.
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I see it now, that is where the film was clipped when it was hung up to dry, there's even a scratch on the top of it where the clip bit into the paper.
 Quoting: Weasel Keeper


You understand it is a digital image right?
 Quoting: Oengus


That was not a digital image, hence the scratches, and of course the CLIP MARK gives it away, how do you scratch a digital image?
 Quoting: Weasel Keeper


The lens? And then why is there not the same mark on any other photos? Surly they made that mistake before, if it happened with this one.
 Quoting: Oengus


That's an old photograph that was scratched up before it was digitized, there's even artifacts from the developer solution, meaning it was dirty when the photo was processed, anyone that has worked in film processing will tell you the same.
Wild Weasels? You've got to be shitting me!
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You understand it is a digital image right?
 Quoting: Oengus


That was not a digital image, hence the scratches, and of course the CLIP MARK gives it away, how do you scratch a digital image?
 Quoting: Weasel Keeper


The lens? And then why is there not the same mark on any other photos? Surly they made that mistake before, if it happened with this one.
 Quoting: Oengus


That's an old photograph that was scratched up before it was digitized, there's even artifacts from the developer solution, meaning it was dirty when the photo was processed, anyone that has worked in film processing will tell you the same.
 Quoting: Weasel Keeper


You mean the 2 dark lines on the right edge? The ones that are in all the photos before and after this photo, in the same place?

Keep trying. This is getting funny.
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OMG!! I think it may be one of the missing NK subs! Lol
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That was not a digital image, hence the scratches, and of course the CLIP MARK gives it away, how do you scratch a digital image?
 Quoting: Weasel Keeper


The lens? And then why is there not the same mark on any other photos? Surly they made that mistake before, if it happened with this one.
 Quoting: Oengus


That's an old photograph that was scratched up before it was digitized, there's even artifacts from the developer solution, meaning it was dirty when the photo was processed, anyone that has worked in film processing will tell you the same.
 Quoting: Weasel Keeper


You mean the 2 dark lines on the right edge? The ones that are in all the photos before and after this photo, in the same place?

Keep trying. This is getting funny.
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rofl

Clip bit the paper. Developers solution.

Lol wtf!
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OMG!! I think it may be one of the missing NK subs! Lol
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That was not a digital image, hence the scratches, and of course the CLIP MARK gives it away, how do you scratch a digital image?
 Quoting: Weasel Keeper


The lens? And then why is there not the same mark on any other photos? Surly they made that mistake before, if it happened with this one.
 Quoting: Oengus


That's an old photograph that was scratched up before it was digitized, there's even artifacts from the developer solution, meaning it was dirty when the photo was processed, anyone that has worked in film processing will tell you the same.
 Quoting: Weasel Keeper


You mean the 2 dark lines on the right edge? The ones that are in all the photos before and after this photo, in the same place?

Keep trying. This is getting funny.
 Quoting: Oengus


Those dark lines are pieces of hair or fiber that got stuck inside the camera when the lenses were last changed, it happened to me on occasion when switching between different focal length lenses, those hairs or fibers will leave a shadow on every photo in the same place until the lens is removed and cleaned.
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Are you talking about the scratch in the image?

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Are you talking about the scratch in the image?
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Already covered that, please read above.
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The lens? And then why is there not the same mark on any other photos? Surly they made that mistake before, if it happened with this one.
 Quoting: Oengus


That's an old photograph that was scratched up before it was digitized, there's even artifacts from the developer solution, meaning it was dirty when the photo was processed, anyone that has worked in film processing will tell you the same.
 Quoting: Weasel Keeper


You mean the 2 dark lines on the right edge? The ones that are in all the photos before and after this photo, in the same place?

Keep trying. This is getting funny.
 Quoting: Oengus


Those dark lines are pieces of hair or fiber that got stuck inside the camera when the lenses were last changed, it happened to me on occasion when switching between different focal length lenses, those hairs or fibers will leave a shadow on every photo in the same place until the lens is removed and cleaned.
 Quoting: Weasel Keeper


So what are you saying the developer solution is? The darker blue hue in the bottom right corner?
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That's an old photograph that was scratched up before it was digitized, there's even artifacts from the developer solution, meaning it was dirty when the photo was processed, anyone that has worked in film processing will tell you the same.
 Quoting: Weasel Keeper


You mean the 2 dark lines on the right edge? The ones that are in all the photos before and after this photo, in the same place?

Keep trying. This is getting funny.
 Quoting: Oengus


Those dark lines are pieces of hair or fiber that got stuck inside the camera when the lenses were last changed, it happened to me on occasion when switching between different focal length lenses, those hairs or fibers will leave a shadow on every photo in the same place until the lens is removed and cleaned.
 Quoting: Weasel Keeper


So what are you saying the developer solution is? The darker blue hue in the bottom right corner?
 Quoting: Oengus

When dust or dirt particles get into the solution they will leave artifacts, "birdseye" is the term we use in the printing and photo industry, they're the little defects in the photo some look like an eye spot, some are just a "glop", they're all over the pic you posted.
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You mean the 2 dark lines on the right edge? The ones that are in all the photos before and after this photo, in the same place?

Keep trying. This is getting funny.
 Quoting: Oengus


Those dark lines are pieces of hair or fiber that got stuck inside the camera when the lenses were last changed, it happened to me on occasion when switching between different focal length lenses, those hairs or fibers will leave a shadow on every photo in the same place until the lens is removed and cleaned.
 Quoting: Weasel Keeper


So what are you saying the developer solution is? The darker blue hue in the bottom right corner?
 Quoting: Oengus

When dust or dirt particles get into the solution they will leave artifacts, "birdseye" is the term we use in the printing and photo industry, they're the little defects in the photo some look like an eye spot, some are just a "glop", they're all over the pic you posted.
 Quoting: Weasel Keeper


NASA develops digital images from ISS at a horrible quality, then scans them back to a digital image to upload to their server. Why not print it with a high quality ink printer, then scan them back to a digital image?

Best argument ever. NASA is going to steal this one.
rofl
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it's just a bug on the camera lens.
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it's just a bug on the camera lens.
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Because there are so many bugs running around the ISS.
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Those dark lines are pieces of hair or fiber that got stuck inside the camera when the lenses were last changed, it happened to me on occasion when switching between different focal length lenses, those hairs or fibers will leave a shadow on every photo in the same place until the lens is removed and cleaned.
 Quoting: Weasel Keeper


So what are you saying the developer solution is? The darker blue hue in the bottom right corner?
 Quoting: Oengus

When dust or dirt particles get into the solution they will leave artifacts, "birdseye" is the term we use in the printing and photo industry, they're the little defects in the photo some look like an eye spot, some are just a "glop", they're all over the pic you posted.
 Quoting: Weasel Keeper


NASA develops digital images from ISS at a horrible quality, then scans them back to a digital image to upload to their server. Why not print it with a high quality ink printer, then scan them back to a digital image?

Best argument ever. NASA is going to steal this one.
rofl
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I don't know where you got the picture from, but it definitely wasn't digital, they probably came from the early space shuttle missions, because that was definitely an old photo that was scanned and posted without being cleaned up.
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it's just a bug on the camera lens.
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Because there are so many bugs running around the ISS.
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They wouldn't tell us if there was...
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So what are you saying the developer solution is? The darker blue hue in the bottom right corner?
 Quoting: Oengus

When dust or dirt particles get into the solution they will leave artifacts, "birdseye" is the term we use in the printing and photo industry, they're the little defects in the photo some look like an eye spot, some are just a "glop", they're all over the pic you posted.
 Quoting: Weasel Keeper


NASA develops digital images from ISS at a horrible quality, then scans them back to a digital image to upload to their server. Why not print it with a high quality ink printer, then scan them back to a digital image?

Best argument ever. NASA is going to steal this one.
rofl
 Quoting: Oengus


I don't know where you got the picture from, but it definitely wasn't digital, they probably came from the early space shuttle missions, because that was definitely an old photo that was scanned and posted without being cleaned up.
 Quoting: Weasel Keeper


You got the image number in the link, look it up.
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bump
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Re: NASA Swamp Gas Photo
Very top, just off center to the right.

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