... Thanks for the info!Message 1 of 3 , Feb 10, 2012View Source--- In email@example.com, William Thompson <william.t.thompson@...> wrote:
>Thanks for the info!
> I think you're referring to the areas in the image where the background
> subtraction is removing too much. This is explained on this page:
> This effect is particularly bad for the COR1 beacon images.
> In any case, the level of compression applied to the COR1 beacon images are so
> extreme that only the brightest of comets will show up in these preliminary data.
> Sean De Erio wrote:
> > There is some fuzzy objects in COR1A and B.
> > Here are the links that contain the data.
> > B(Behind)
> > Data from STEREO B(COR1)
> > <http://stereo.gsfc.nasa.gov/browse/2012/02/06/behind/cor1/256/>
> > A(Ahead)
> > Data from STEREO A(COR1)
> > <http://stereo.gsfc.nasa.gov/browse/2012/02/06/ahead/cor1/256/>
> William Thompson
> NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
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> Greenbelt, MD 20771