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    IR question: Shooting the Sun and Moon in IR

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    Don't mean to hijack the thread but you gotta see this. I found it searching for IR images of the moon after reading this thread. Man there are many kinds of strange people on this rock.

    Now back to your regularly scheduled banter.
    I don't see anything...

    I think the app is hiding the link... Will have to check the computer to see it


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    If the other link didn't work for you this one should.

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    IR question: Shooting the Sun and Moon in IR

    Quote Originally Posted by MartinCrabtree View Post
    If the other link didn't work for you this one should.
    Oh now I want to see if I can take a picture of the moon so I can prove they have a Fision reactor on the moon too! Hahaha!!! That cracks me up!


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    Don't forget that IR is quite a broad range of spectrum and that IR film works in the wrong range if you want to look for heat sources. Trees apear bright in IR film images not because they are warm but because the Chlorophyll in the leafs reflects IR light very well.
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    IR question: Shooting the Sun and Moon in IR

    Quote Originally Posted by Rudeofus View Post
    Don't forget that IR is quite a broad range of spectrum and that IR film works in the wrong range if you want to look for heat sources. Trees apear bright in IR film images not because they are warm but because the Chlorophyll in the leafs reflects IR light very well.
    I know it was a joke, though we should send this to dioposotivo, he loves this conspiracy stuff, he still thinks the moon landing is fake so maybe this page will introduce him to fellow conspiracy guys


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