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Raw Spacecraft Image Derivations
Destructor1701Date: Tuesday, 14.05.2013, 23:02 | Message # 46
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That is dreamy!




 
HarbingerDawnDate: Sunday, 19.05.2013, 23:38 | Message # 47
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Some Apollo and Skylab images I processed











Alternate Earth-focused version









Image Science and Analysis Laboratory, NASA-Johnson Space Center, Processed by HarbingerDawn





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HarbingerDawnDate: Tuesday, 23.07.2013, 08:02 | Message # 48
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A quick image I threw together from Cassini images taken at Saturn two days ago:



Source images: Red, Green, Blue

Another one:



Source images: Red, Green, Blue





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Gondor2222Date: Wednesday, 24.07.2013, 08:11 | Message # 49
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I threw together RGB raw images of Europa, and in a second image threw together the RGB with mid-IR (968 nm) for a thermal image (encoded as added brightness). The IRGB is the second image. If you compare the two side-by-side in an image processor, you can see that the large cracks are noticeably darker in the IR, the main bodies of ice are mid-brightness, and the small cracks are brighter. I think this indicates that the large cracks are somewhat colder than the surrounding ice, while the small cracks are somewhat warmer (perhaps their bottoms are closer to a warmer subsurface ocean?)
The lower half is visibly cyan because the orange filtered image cuts off suddenly halfway down (probably a transmission error by the spacecraft).

Also, because the spacecraft's filters are OGV instead of RGB, the color is only approximate to what the human eye would see, and I can only guarantee about 80% accuracy in each color coordinate.


This is a crescent Io as seen by Galileo. I digitally replaced parts not lit with black, and also digitally altered about 50 pixels that had been extremely overexposed on one of the filters (which created bright green, bright red, and bright blue scattered pixels in the original overlay). The edges of the crescent have been digitally blurred to compensate for the conversion of the surroundings to black.

Attachments: 7325565.jpg(117Kb) · 0571651.jpg(122Kb) · 3378469.png(71Kb)


Edited by Gondor2222 - Wednesday, 24.07.2013, 08:57
 
SolarisDate: Saturday, 23.07.2016, 00:07 | Message # 50
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I finally found some time to finalize and upload processings I did 1 or 2 years ago, you can find more here.
Hope you enjoy !

(full res are on Flickr)
GRS from voyager 1


Saturn north pole (false colors) from Cassini


Jupiter's clouds


Rhea Inktomi crater
 
WatsisnameDate: Saturday, 23.07.2016, 01:47 | Message # 51
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Incredible! surprised




 
steeljaw354Date: Saturday, 23.07.2016, 02:17 | Message # 52
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Is it possible there could somehow be some form of land or an ocean hidden beneath those clouds?
 
WatsisnameDate: Saturday, 23.07.2016, 03:32 | Message # 53
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No. There is no planetary structure that could form with a solid or liquid surface and be consistent with the observed density and gravitational field. Beneath the clouds it's just gaseous atmosphere, which smoothly transitions to supercritical fluid and then metallic hydrogen, and possibly a rocky core.




 
spacerDate: Saturday, 23.07.2016, 03:45 | Message # 54
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Quote Watsisname ()
and possibly a rocky core.

we may found out soon with juno! biggrin





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SolarisDate: Friday, 26.08.2016, 23:26 | Message # 55
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Old/"New" scene of Io floating over Jupiter from Voyager 1 (1979)

Something to wait until Juno's images :)


Click on image for for full res (2678 x 2281)

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SolarisDate: Sunday, 04.09.2016, 10:55 | Message # 56
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Well, the above image made it to today's APOD, it would not have been possible without SpaceEngineer nor HarbingerDawn, thanks you guys ! cool
 
MosfetDate: Sunday, 04.09.2016, 11:29 | Message # 57
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Solaris, impressive and well done!




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HarbingerDawnDate: Sunday, 04.09.2016, 13:11 | Message # 58
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Quote Solaris ()
Well, the above image made it to today's APOD, it would not have been possible without SpaceEngineer nor HarbingerDawn, thanks you guys

Wow, congratulations! Your image certainly deserves to be there!





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spacerDate: Sunday, 04.09.2016, 16:42 | Message # 59
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5000 votes in reddit!!
https://www.reddit.com/r....moon_io





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SolarisDate: Tuesday, 27.09.2016, 01:32 | Message # 60
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I've just finished this new processing, full of meaning, as I wrote in the tltr description smile

Europa over Jupiter's great red spot:



and the Michael Benson crop version :

 
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