Flat-Earthers Thinks Astronaut Used 'Fish Eye Lens' For Earth Pic (Photo Credit: Twitter/Jessica Meir )
In yet another post that started a debate between round-earthers and flat-earthers, an astronaut shared incredible view of the earth from space. Showing the ‘ever-changing skyline’ on the space station, Jessica Meir tweeted the photos, writing: “The first orientation may make more sense to you, but to me this is the ever-changing skyline on @Space_Station (photo 3). Perspective.
“The constant traffic of visiting vehicles makes for diverse vistas.”
The first orientation may make more sense to you, but to me this is the ever-changing skyline on @Space_Station (photo 3). Perspective. The constant traffic of visiting vehicles makes for diverse vistas. Now the #Canadarm2 keeps #Cygnus company after @SpaceX #Dragon’s departure. pic.twitter.com/jfLMcDaf8R— Jessica Meir (@Astro_Jessica) January 10, 2020
While many social media were in awe over this incredible view of the blue earth, many flat-earthers argued that the image is a result of ‘fish eye lens’.
Wikipedia describes fisheye lens is an ultra wide-angle lens that produces strong visual distortion intended to create a wide panoramic or hemispherical image.
Insisting that the astronaut used fish eye lens, one flat-earther tweeted, "So from 400km above the earth you can view the whole round earth? Yeah very believable."
"Nice try with the fish eye, but it's flat."
A third wrote: "Yes. That's fish eye lens. Make earth looks like round. Actually, the earth is Flat!"
"Why do you guys always use fish eye lenses?" another questioned.