Nasa Color Photo
Mars' true colors. Nasa caught red-handed, Thanks nash0035
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Why is NASA still using B&W photography for its space-craft missions?
I checked some photos of the latest New Horizons mission from space.com and all I get is black and white stills of many of the shots of Jupiter and its moons.
Is NASA that poor it can't afford color cameras to put on their space craft these days? You would think that with all the billions the agency gets, it could at LEAST afford some luxury like getting a color pic of Jupiter or its moons these days.
Or are we doomed to old-style photography for the next 30 years?
New Horizons can do color. But stop and think. This is not a case of downloading a pic off the net--that spacecraft is hundreds of millions away. And has very limited power--you're probably using more in your house right now.
NASA routinely programs probes to send many BW images--but they also do color. The reason is that a BW image takes a lot less data to transmit. Under the contitions they have to operate, that is important--that datastream is overloaded as it is.
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