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its ok now. back up.

 



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Qmantoo , the links are down. Blank page. did you save the pics? 



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That mountain with striations in it, looks to me like the striations sometimes carved by glaciers when the rock alternates between harder rock and softer rock.  The bright spots could be explained by water, in the form of thick ice, that may or may not have movement like glaciers.  It's making me wonder how a glacier would behave with either low gravity or variable gravity.  

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Now, in 2015, they have done close flybys and mapping orbits so we can see the real reason why they cannot explain the two bright spots they found. There are plenty of structures on the surface if you look carefully, so they must be huge on the ground. I wonder how they will explain them to the public.

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So Ceres is covered in craters? I was hoping it would have an atmosphere, I wanted to put a base on it.  h



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We are in year 2010, and there are still some people that believe it is impossible to enhance an image because it’s too pixilated or because of the infamous jpeg artifacts, the former excuse used frequently by professional debunkers to rule out any new information derived from enhancing images, that might contradict their narrow minded standards or the agenda they hide behind.

Here is an enhancement I made a few months back of the biggest asteroid now reclassified as pseudoplanet, asteroid Ceres.

Its structures are pretty clear once enhancement is done. Of course this kind of enhancement cannot be carried out without having expertise in the subject and the experience necessary to master all the types of filters in the powerful editing software tools, available to us today.

To the left the low quality image attributed to the Hubble teledcope published so far . To The right the corresponding enhanced image.

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Source to original by hubble http://imgsrc.hubblesite.org/hu/db/images/hs-2005-27-a-web.jpg

From official site at
http://hubblesite.org/newscenter/archive/releases/2005/27/image/a

“Ceres' shape suggests that its interior is layered like those of terrestrial planets such as Earth. Ceres may have a rocky inner core, an icy mantle, and a thin, dusty outer crust inferred from its density and rotation rate.

The bright spot that appears in each image is a mystery. It is brighter than its surroundings. Yet it is still very dark, reflecting only a small portion of the sunlight that shines on it.

Ceres is approximately 580 miles (930 kilometers) across and is the largest known asteroid. It resides with tens of thousands of other asteroids in a region between the orbits of Mars and Jupiter called the main asteroid belt. Besides being the largest asteroid, Ceres also was the first to be discovered, in 1801. “

Also they add

“Astronomers enhanced the contrast in these images to bring out important features on Ceres' surface”

Those alleged astronomers should stick to astronomy don’t you think? smile

-- Frutty

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