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Need a CLEAR, non-CGI, non-photoshoped picture of Earth from space

 
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Re: Need a CLEAR, non-CGI, non-photoshoped picture of Earth from space
If you actually know where to look, it isn’t that hard to find plenty of non NASA earth images.

Example.
Amsat AO-40
An amateur radio satellite.

It had an on board camera and it took plenty of pics that me, and many others received using normal radio equipment.

This is the website for the main group that was controlling it, along with plenty of pictures they received from it.

[link to www.jamsat.or.jp]

I think the best picture is this one.

[link to www.jamsat.or.jp]

And that is the full unedited picture, just like i would have recieved if i had decoded the signal with my equipment at home.

For more information on the overal AO-40 platform.

[link to www.phil-mont.org]


And second example is dish earth.
Any dish network subscriber should have been aware of it.
Dish network had a high res camera on one of their satellites and it downlinked a live video feed on one of the channels that any dish subscriber could view.
They did it from 2009 to 2012.
It had it’s “wow” factor for a bit, but got boring after a while.
Dish network finally killed the feed in 2012.

Google “dish earth” and you will find many screen caps of the image that was being down linked.
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This reality we're in is flat, should be obvious by now. All of the people saying otherwise are either ignorant, or are paid to gatekeep. Unfortunately most if not all of the mods here belong to the latter.
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Thank you anonymous for taking the time to answer my questions in detail and without mockery, very appreciated. I still would like something I can do myself, as in a test that I can touch and/see myself to prove either way as I'm still on the fence with this one.
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I dont need to define it...
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 72979526

Yes, you do. Define "composite." If by composite you mean composed of images shot through red green and blue filters, then I have news for you. Every digital photograph you have ever taken with a digital camera is a composite. They all use pixels filtered for various colors of light and then combine those images. In consumer cameras this process is hidden from the user and done internally in the camera. The images I linked to are a "composite" in that sense, but so are the images from the cell phone in your pocket.
meaning its not conventional ...its a representation. Its art and nothing more than ART.
 Quoting: AC

Wrong. It's an image designed to represent what a conventional camera would produce. It's not the same kind of camera you have in your cell phone, obviously. Neither are most astronomical CCDs. But the filters used and data processing can be done in such a way as to produce an image that represents what a normal camera would see. It's no different with my own astrophotography. Does that mean my images are fakes or just art? Nope.
 Quoting: The Deplorable Astromut


The argument from the start was the OP wanted to see one pic of the earth taken with a real camera showing what it looks like without needing to be composited, banded or a representation through any kind of image manipulation and you cannot show that, refute that or even argue why it doesnt exist. So ya would have been better served to stay off the forums today because each new answer you give only shows your inability to address the questions brought up by the OP and others... in other words your work is done here... fail... now ... next ---->

but its still a way cure avatar and sig...cant take that away from ya :)
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 72979526


And he got it on page one and ignored it. He was presented with it again and called it CGI.
Here it is again.
[link to eoimages.gsfc.nasa.gov (secure)]
Taken on film in 1972.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 73085799


You do realize the wording is (as the astronauts saw it)
... Also it is believed by many that these images were made by using the round outer rim of the window. which is WHY they are not so easily accepted. Many people want to see the picture with the window also for a comparison. This is why flat earthers deny this one... although its the best shot at support for a real pic of the whole earth in frame with no obstruction allegedly.
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Yes, you do. Define "composite." If by composite you mean composed of images shot through red green and blue filters, then I have news for you. Every digital photograph you have ever taken with a digital camera is a composite. They all use pixels filtered for various colors of light and then combine those images. In consumer cameras this process is hidden from the user and done internally in the camera. The images I linked to are a "composite" in that sense, but so are the images from the cell phone in your pocket.
...

Wrong. It's an image designed to represent what a conventional camera would produce. It's not the same kind of camera you have in your cell phone, obviously. Neither are most astronomical CCDs. But the filters used and data processing can be done in such a way as to produce an image that represents what a normal camera would see. It's no different with my own astrophotography. Does that mean my images are fakes or just art? Nope.
 Quoting: The Deplorable Astromut


The argument from the start was the OP wanted to see one pic of the earth taken with a real camera showing what it looks like without needing to be composited, banded or a representation through any kind of image manipulation and you cannot show that, refute that or even argue why it doesnt exist. So ya would have been better served to stay off the forums today because each new answer you give only shows your inability to address the questions brought up by the OP and others... in other words your work is done here... fail... now ... next ---->

but its still a way cure avatar and sig...cant take that away from ya :)
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 72979526


And he got it on page one and ignored it. He was presented with it again and called it CGI.
Here it is again.
[link to eoimages.gsfc.nasa.gov (secure)]
Taken on film in 1972.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 73085799


You do realize the wording is (as the astronauts saw it)
... Also it is believed by many that these images were made by using the round outer rim of the window. which is WHY they are not so easily accepted. Many people want to see the picture with the window also for a comparison. This is why flat earthers deny this one... although its the best shot at support for a real pic of the whole earth in frame with no obstruction allegedly.
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Framed by a window in low Earth orbit would not give that large a field of view. And the windows they used most were trapezoidal shaped.
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Thank you anonymous for taking the time to answer my questions in detail and without mockery, very appreciated. I still would like something I can do myself, as in a test that I can touch and/see myself to prove either way as I'm still on the fence with this one.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 74806777

Mount your phone or any digital camera on a tripod.
Take a photo through a red filter.
Take another photo through a green filter.
And one more photo through a blue filter.
Then take a photo without filter.

Next combine the red, green and blue shots in Photoshop or another image processing program.
Compare the result with the photo taken without filter.

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If the Moon is off, if Earth wobbles or if there is a pole shift
how can things like this, predicted decades ago, happen?

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Define "composite." If by composite you mean composed of images shot through red green and blue filters, then I have news for you. Every digital photograph you have ever taken with a digital camera is a composite. They all use pixels filtered for various colors of light and then combine those images. In consumer cameras this process is hidden from the user and done internally in the camera. The images I linked to are a "composite" in that sense, but so are the images from the cell phone in your pocket.
 Quoting: The Deplorable Astromut


I dont need to define it...
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 72979526

Yes, you do. Define "composite." If by composite you mean composed of images shot through red green and blue filters, then I have news for you. Every digital photograph you have ever taken with a digital camera is a composite. They all use pixels filtered for various colors of light and then combine those images. In consumer cameras this process is hidden from the user and done internally in the camera. The images I linked to are a "composite" in that sense, but so are the images from the cell phone in your pocket.
meaning its not conventional ...its a representation. Its art and nothing more than ART.
 Quoting: AC

Wrong. It's an image designed to represent what a conventional camera would produce. It's not the same kind of camera you have in your cell phone, obviously. Neither are most astronomical CCDs. But the filters used and data processing can be done in such a way as to produce an image that represents what a normal camera would see. It's no different with my own astrophotography. Does that mean my images are fakes or just art? Nope.
 Quoting: The Deplorable Astromut


The argument from the start was the OP wanted to see one pic of the earth taken with a real camera showing what it looks like without needing to be composited, banded or a representation through any kind of image manipulation and you cannot show that, refute that or even argue why it doesnt exist.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 72979526

Define "composite." If by composite you mean composed of images shot through red green and blue filters, then I have news for you. Every digital photograph you have ever taken with a digital camera is a composite. They all use pixels filtered for various colors of light and then combine those images. In consumer cameras this process is hidden from the user and done internally in the camera. The images I linked to are a "composite" in that sense, but so are the images from the cell phone in your pocket.
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I dont need to define it...
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 72979526

Yes, you do. Define "composite." If by composite you mean composed of images shot through red green and blue filters, then I have news for you. Every digital photograph you have ever taken with a digital camera is a composite. They all use pixels filtered for various colors of light and then combine those images. In consumer cameras this process is hidden from the user and done internally in the camera. The images I linked to are a "composite" in that sense, but so are the images from the cell phone in your pocket.
meaning its not conventional ...its a representation. Its art and nothing more than ART.
 Quoting: AC

Wrong. It's an image designed to represent what a conventional camera would produce. It's not the same kind of camera you have in your cell phone, obviously. Neither are most astronomical CCDs. But the filters used and data processing can be done in such a way as to produce an image that represents what a normal camera would see. It's no different with my own astrophotography. Does that mean my images are fakes or just art? Nope.
 Quoting: The Deplorable Astromut

The argument from the start was the OP wanted to see one pic of the earth taken with a real camera showing what it looks like without needing to be composited, banded or a representation through any kind of image manipulation and you cannot show that, refute that or even argue why it doesnt exist.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 72979526

Define "composite." If by composite you mean composed of images shot through red green and blue filters, then I have news for you. Every digital photograph you have ever taken with a digital camera is a composite. They all use pixels filtered for various colors of light and then combine those images. In consumer cameras this process is hidden from the user and done internally in the camera. The images I linked to are a "composite" in that sense, but so are the images from the cell phone in your pocket.
 Quoting: The Deplorable Astromut

For the sake of completeness: Even colour negative and colour slide films are composed of three different colour sensitive layers. From a technical view colour negative and colour slide films are composites, too.
Only black and white photos are not composites.

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If the Moon is off, if Earth wobbles or if there is a pole shift
how can things like this, predicted decades ago, happen?

aseindia
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Yes, you do. Define "composite." If by composite you mean composed of images shot through red green and blue filters, then I have news for you. Every digital photograph you have ever taken with a digital camera is a composite. They all use pixels filtered for various colors of light and then combine those images. In consumer cameras this process is hidden from the user and done internally in the camera. The images I linked to are a "composite" in that sense, but so are the images from the cell phone in your pocket.
...

Wrong. It's an image designed to represent what a conventional camera would produce. It's not the same kind of camera you have in your cell phone, obviously. Neither are most astronomical CCDs. But the filters used and data processing can be done in such a way as to produce an image that represents what a normal camera would see. It's no different with my own astrophotography. Does that mean my images are fakes or just art? Nope.
 Quoting: The Deplorable Astromut

The argument from the start was the OP wanted to see one pic of the earth taken with a real camera showing what it looks like without needing to be composited, banded or a representation through any kind of image manipulation and you cannot show that, refute that or even argue why it doesnt exist.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 72979526

Define "composite." If by composite you mean composed of images shot through red green and blue filters, then I have news for you. Every digital photograph you have ever taken with a digital camera is a composite. They all use pixels filtered for various colors of light and then combine those images. In consumer cameras this process is hidden from the user and done internally in the camera. The images I linked to are a "composite" in that sense, but so are the images from the cell phone in your pocket.
 Quoting: The Deplorable Astromut

For the sake of completeness: Even colour negative and colour slide films are composed of three different colour sensitive layers. From a technical view colour negative and colour slide films are composites, too.
Only black and white photos are not composites.

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 Quoting: Hydra


Good point.
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I am a Globe earth believer but i wonder too that there is no real Picture of the earth. Theres should be thousands by now.

[link to flache-erde.info (secure)]

This Picture doesent help aswell.

My theory is that we cant leave the earth Orbit yet. Theres arge a lot of NASA employees who Said that they cant leave the earth Orbit.




So questions are allowed i guess.
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I am a Globe earth believer but i wonder too that there is no real Picture of the earth. Theres should be thousands by now.

[link to flache-erde.info (secure)]

This Picture doesent help aswell.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 74805791

How does the Cologne Cathedral look like?

Like this? [link to www.koelner-dom.de]
Like this? [link to www.ksta.de]
Or like this? [link to www.urlaubsziele.com]
May be like this? [link to www.koelntourismus.de (secure)]

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If the Moon is off, if Earth wobbles or if there is a pole shift
how can things like this, predicted decades ago, happen?

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I'll say it again:
Man, we need better science education!