yes okay and this stuff we all have different thoughts so in bestplayers and other peoples mind it no in other peoples mind its yes so it will be impossible to find the right answer thats my thinking.
Yes. That’s the definition of “opinion” and “perpective”
Thank you Brennan
Such a young and pure mind
So my first point / question is …
How the sun from an original picture from Nasa, claimed taken on the moon, has 2 rings if you darken the picture
I did it myself and saw it myself at my computer screen
How that is to explain
(and @dankmementos started talking about camera effects, NO, I do not talk about camera effects, I talk about the “sun” )
Interesting point. Care to explain why this is important? Why should there be 1?
Or chuck me a link?
can i see the pic if you dont mind
Now tell me please why
nice pics i see what you mean on the first one the second one thats a giant fog maker jk
I don’t know the science behind this so I found other pictures of the sun that have the same feature:
The reason for the extra roundness in the space photos is due to the lack of distortion as you find on Earth
I believe this is viable and can be seen as there is nothing wrong with the sun… But I am not sure what the black spotlight thing is.
I see sunbeams at your pictures, but not 1 circle and 1 ring around
The thing is a modified search light for war, to see the bomber in the night and to be able to try to shot them
You can even see in the picture that the front was made longer (other material), because all original were shorter …
i know i was just messing with you and i see what you mean for the sun pics provided by winz
We can agree about the outside-“circle”, the sunbeams, but how you see a circle at your middle signed thing
The green bit?
You mixed it …
I see in my picture a clear circle = sun = your blue colour circle.
I see in your picture the sun = your green colour circle.
The blue circle in your picture is not the sun, that are sunbeams
Ohhh so your blue is my green
But in the darkened version of your image, you can see the direct sun shown and I interpretted that as the green bit
i have 1 question if you look closely at this pic
why do you see + all over the pic on the left side
and for the right side at the bottem part of the circle there is a think line
Those are called crosshairs. They are part of the image taken for camera technological reasons
oh that makes sense okay never mind lets get back to talking about the sun
When Sputnik 1 came.
thats from the used camera from Nasa … hasselblad.
But thats not about the point now, please lets stay at the 1st point to clear …
again I see …
at my picture the sun = your blue circle, a clear round circle, NOT sunbeams
here an other example, short shaft, at the Nasa picture you can clearly see that it was made longer (modified)