Sunday, 16 January 2011

Good old Coppernickers! (Copernicus)

Copernicus

Bizibilder has been hard at work trying to extract the last detail out of one of his recent Lunar images.  By following a complicated and convoluted tutorial he has come up with this picture of the crater Copernicus. Copernicus is 56 miles across (95Km) and the smallest craters clearly discernable on the image are somewhere around a mile in diameter.

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