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Bjorn Jonsson
post Oct 6 2018, 01:57 AM
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This is actually a very interesting data set. Here is a relatively quick and dirty processing of image MCC_MRD_20170331T124334405_D_D32 obtained on 2017-03-31 12:43:34.405. In the first version the haze layers at the limb have been sharpened a bit with an unsharp mask but the surface hasn't been sharpened. A lot of haze layers is visible; this reminds me a bit of Titan and Pluto. In the second version the surface has been sharpened quite a bit. Unfortunately this reveals some horizontal striping. It should be possible to 'destripe' the image and I may attempt that tomorrow.

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The color balance is somewhat preliminary. It's based on the computed global spectral color. However, I also modified the color a bit since this is just a small part of Mars and the color here could be different from Mars' global color.
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post Oct 11 2019, 12:33 PM
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MOM's fourth year data should now be available.

https://twitter.com/isro/status/1182630522108825600
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post Oct 21 2019, 12:24 AM
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Finally managed to get few images. It takes time to initiate download but speed was pretty decent.

https://www.flickr.com/photos/24423544@N00/...157711426934366
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MOM is apparently still alive after conjunction.

https://twitter.com/df2mz/status/1455506831493697549

https://twitter.com/df2mz/status/1455870199538782208

Couple of MCC images posted on ISRO official website.

From 18 July 2021

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Full disc of Mars was imaged by Mars Colour Camera (MCC) of MOM on 18 July 2021 from an altitude of about 75,000km from Mars. The spatial resolution of the image is about 3.7 Km.

Mars is seen entering in summer solstice in the northern hemisphere and it brings changes to the Martian ice caps, much of the ice cap is seen vaporized, adding water and carbon di-oxide to the atmosphere. Afternoon clouds are visible over Tempe Terra and near Martian North Polar region. Smaller cloud patches could also be seen over Naochis Terra region in the southern hemisphere.


https://www.isro.gov.in/pslv-c25-mars-orbit...-disc-image-mcc

From 1 July 2020

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Mars Colour Camera (MCC) onboard Mars Orbiter Mission has imaged Phobos, the closest and biggest moon of Mars, on 1st July when MOM was about 7200 km from Mars and at 4200 km from Phobos. Spatial resolution of the image is 210 m. This is a composite image generated from 6 MCC frames and has been color corrected.

Phobos is largely believed to be made up of carbonaceous chondrites. The violent phase that Phobos has encountered is seen in the large section gouged out from a past collision (Stickney crater) and bouncing ejecta. Stickney, the largest crater on Phobos could be seen along with the other craters.


https://www.isro.gov.in/pslv-c25-mars-orbit...ed-mom-1st-july

Color on full disk image looks off, not sure if it is processing or something else.
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