Infernal #2b [CCD edition]: Sealth's Martian Adventure
Thursday, 5 August 2010
Part of the "Playing with a Borrowed D40" series.
Part of the "Wherever there's smoke, you can't see a bloody thing" mini-series.
Compare against the Kodachrome view shot moments before, when it was still visible to the naked eye.
With the naked eye, the sun by this point was literally invisible due to particulates blocking sunlight wavelengths in the visible spectrum. This image is literally of a near-infrared sun, the bottom here cut-off by the obscured Olympic Range. Sure, a real Martian sunset makes a blue orb. Creative licence, okay?