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Old 03-27-2010, 08:06 AM
ocpaul20 ocpaul20 is offline
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If you think about it, a resolution of 5m per pixel will not capture anything except for craters that are kilometers in diameter. As someone has said already the rovers are small and would occupy one pixel at this resolution, so we could not see anything except a block pixel.

I do not think NASA or India space agency would let us see the real detail in the photographs as they show too much detail of the moon. WE will only get similar to the Japanese photographs that have been released, which are very blurred and not good definition at all.

These days, our home digital camera can take better pictures than some of the Moon photographs we are getting. I wonder why they are so bad? What possible reason could they have for not releasing the photographs in high definition?