One guy wrote the following: http://i.imgur.com/BpgJ11J.jpg?1
Concerns the following video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nojl3aiYBOw
And here's the 'slight curvature' he's talking about: http://i.imgur.com/6ibwbV5.jpg
According to him this results from the camera used, the arc is smaller because the field of view is narrower (he said it's 20 degrees)
Here's what the curvature should look like according to Google (60 degrees)
The field of view, as Hornblower tried to explain, has nothing to do here.
Above is a link to a 360 degree interactive video of Earth from about 25 km
It lets you control the view (move up or down, left and right) and enlarge or reduce the amount of horizon you see. You can go around to see that the horizon is...straight.
Tagged under: skycentrism,concave earth
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