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Snapshots From Space: NASA's Treasure Trove of Unprocessed Images

Posted by Mat Kaplan

27-02-2012 22:22 CST

Topics: amateur image processing, podcasts and videos, Planetary Society Video, Planetary Society

The second episode of Emily Lakdawalla's new video series reveals the gigantic library of solar system images captured by NASA spacecraft, and explains why we've seen so few of them. Emily says they're all online, waiting for space geeks to turn them into gold.

 
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