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    Posted: 24 September 2019 at 12:46
Pioneer 10 which did a fly-by of Jupiter vs Hubble that's in orbit above the earth.

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The Hubble image looks like it has good center sharpness, but is soft around the edges. I would imagine it has a pretty low DXOMark rating. Perhaps a sturdier tripod and a remote release would help.
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Or does Hubble has in body anti shake???
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Dual card slots???
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The vignetting looks very poor too. Perhaps some more time spent in lightroom would help?
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The color looks a little off as well compared to the earlier image. What's the white balance setting for deep space?
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