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Uploaded on March 03, 2013 15:08 UTC
A 50 pixel horizontal slice of the Snowy Sky spectrogram averaged by applying a vertical motion blur filter in Photoshop. I assume the remaining corduroy effect is an artifact of the grating rulings. I cut out a 50 pixel tall horizontal slice of the Snowy Sky spectrogram and applied a Photoshop filter: Filter/Blur/Motion blur/angle=90/distance=50 pixels. Calibrated with $W.calibrate(4476,139,430.8,1449,656.3)
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