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post Apr 30 2005, 06:15 PM
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Only today I discovered these news:
Images quality is very poor, I tried to improved a little bit throug jpeg artifact removal and dynamic range corrections ph34r.gif :

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post Apr 30 2005, 10:17 PM
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Great pix, but why oh why are ESA so incredibly bad at releasing the things? SMART-1 is *allegedly* taking all sorts of images (albeit at relatively low resolution) but it's easier to find forty year old pictures of Mars than current data from the Moon. Surely, the exemplary approach of the US agencies wouldn't be too much of an act to follow - think of the Mars orbiters, NEAR, MER and Cassini, and then think of the paucity of ESA material...

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