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The ‘Lab’ was somewhat disappointed by early NASA’s Dawn spacecraft remote viewing image of protoplanet Vesta; viewed from a distance of 26,000 miles (41,000 kilometers); away from the 530 kilometers (330 mi) wide asteroid.

A large file was discovered on the Wikipedia entry for Vesta, but it lacked that snappiness. Into Photoshop it went and out came this ‘enhanced image. ‘

For your comparison: the original, not enhanced image.

Image of Vesta taken by the Dawn spacecraft from orbit on July 17, 2011.

After processing by Frankensteam’s Lab.

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computer enhanced image--click to enlarge

In the words of Richard C. Hoagland, of Enterprise Mission fame:

  • The amazing visions of  “an artificial Vesta”
  • game changer
  • geometric shapes that indicate ruins
  • station built by a Type 2 civilization

see also:   NASA — All Eyes On Vesta, 4 Vesta, Another Fuzzy Dawn Image

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