Example 2 : The
Milky Way galaxy as seen by an observer standing outside it

###### Its Fourier Plot

You can see that the galaxy ( and its glow ) Comes in its
Fourier Transform too with the observer upside down !

## Ideal
Low Pass Filters

Fourier for IDEAL LOW PASS CUTOFF = 60

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Fourier for IDEAL LOW PASS CUTOFF = 30

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Fourier for IDEAL LOW PASS CUTOFF = 10

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### Ideal
High Pass Filters

Fourier for IDEAL
HIGH PASS CUTOFF = 60

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Fourier for IDEAL HIGH PASS CUTOFF = 30

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Fourier for IDEAL HIGH PASS CUTOFF = 5

Milky
way with a black hole

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A black hole results in a Milky Way Sandwich

# Butterworth Low Pass Filters

Fourier for
BUTTERWORTH LOW PASS CUTOFF = 30 Order = 1

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Fourier for
BUTTERWORTH LOW PASS CUTOFF = 30 Order = 3

Fourier for
BUTTERWORTH LOW PASS CUTOFF = 10 Order = 1

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Fourier for
BUTTERWORTH LOW PASS CUTOFF = 10 Order = 4

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# Butterworth
High Pass Filters

Fourier for
BUTTERWORTH HIGH PASS CUTOFF = 10 Order = 1

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Fourier for BUTTERWORTH HIGH PASS CUTOFF = 10 Order = 4

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