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Clipping causes a decrease in measured intensity when it's actually saturating. I haven't found a good source for explaining this, and when it should be looked out for, like under what expected conditions. If a detailed explanation can be given here, that'd be great. Since I can't find sources on it, links to sources would be good also.

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  • Have you try here: astronomy.stackexchange.com Sep 27 at 5:24
  • No, that's the type of eclipsing I'm trying to avoid getting info about when I search the topic.
    – user101950
    Sep 27 at 14:21
  • To be honest, I'm not sure I follow what you mean with this. Do you have some examples?
    – Joanne C
    Sep 27 at 18:34
  • Are you talking about clipping? Please explain 'eclipsing' with respect to digital sensors.
    – scottbb
    Sep 27 at 22:17
  • Yes clipping, that has decreased from its normal maximum, due to eclipsing. I don't have an explanation, that's what I'm here for lol. No examples. I just know it's a thing, but there aren't many resources on it apparently.
    – user101950
    Sep 27 at 23:52

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