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Saturn system
SolarisDate: Friday, 01.02.2013, 02:09 | Message # 91
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The CICLOPS have just released a new serie of awesome images of the Saturn's storm :
http://ciclops.org/view_event/188/?js=1



Here you can see difference betwen professionals and very amateur job biggrin I've tried some times ago to do such a panoramic (well, a small part) from the RGB raw files, huge vigneting issues as you can see..

Another abandoned try :


Another Target in a small homemade animation, tracking Daphnis, you can briefly see waves in motion :
 
HarbingerDawnDate: Monday, 04.03.2013, 19:44 | Message # 92
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Venus behind Saturn's rings



Venus near the top, between Saturn's limb and G ring; a bright star near the E ring






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HarbingerDawnDate: Saturday, 06.04.2013, 02:21 | Message # 93
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Saturn and Titan from Pioneer 11, which left Earth on 5 April 1973 - 40 years ago today.


An artist's impression of that encounter





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NovaSiliskoDate: Wednesday, 24.04.2013, 00:30 | Message # 94
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Colorized image of the polar hexagon. http://www.planetary.org/blogs....es.html


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Crashman1390Date: Wednesday, 24.04.2013, 02:16 | Message # 95
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SUPER HEXAGON!




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HarbingerDawnDate: Thursday, 25.04.2013, 19:31 | Message # 96
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Observations of Saturn's rings around equinox revealed ejecta streams which indicate meteoroid impacts with the rings. Saturn's rings - with 100 times the surface area of Earth - can thus act as a giant meteoroid detector helping us to characterize the small object population in the Solar system.



Space.com article
NASA release





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Crashman1390Date: Friday, 26.04.2013, 01:12 | Message # 97
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Can you spot earth in this picture?

(My favorite ring is the F ring).

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HarbingerDawnDate: Sunday, 12.05.2013, 08:37 | Message # 98
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Moving clouds on Titan



Helene flyby



Prometheus interacting with F Ring






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Edited by HarbingerDawn - Sunday, 12.05.2013, 08:45
 
HarbingerDawnDate: Friday, 17.05.2013, 01:05 | Message # 99
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Mimas and Pandora






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HarbingerDawnDate: Sunday, 19.05.2013, 01:51 | Message # 100
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The first topographic map of Titan! biggrin



NASA release

We need to get this into SE now smile





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SpaceEngineerDate: Monday, 20.05.2013, 12:04 | Message # 101
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We need grayscale image.

How Earth's topography would look if it have the same resolution. Even Himalayas disappeared.






 
HarbingerDawnDate: Wednesday, 22.05.2013, 05:42 | Message # 102
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The "shoreline" on Titan that Huygens landed near






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HarbingerDawnDate: Monday, 01.07.2013, 18:24 | Message # 103
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The Cassini mission to Saturn - in the style of "Up Goer 5"






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HarbingerDawnDate: Thursday, 15.08.2013, 19:47 | Message # 104
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A spectacular view of Saturn and Titan


NASA / JPL / SSI / Gordan Ugarkovic





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HarbingerDawnDate: Sunday, 08.09.2013, 10:59 | Message # 105
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Titan... from an Earth-based terrestrial telescope!





How well different telescopes can see Titan:



Old Cassini image:


Saturn from Keck Observatory. Very pretty image smile





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Edited by HarbingerDawn - Sunday, 08.09.2013, 10:59
 
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