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Brian Swift
post May 14 2024, 03:57 AM
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PJ61 Initial downlink images. Data acquired Sunday 5/12.
Natural-ish color/contrast.
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Kevin Gill
post May 14 2024, 03:45 PM
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Jupiter & Io, PJ61-125


Jupiter & Io - PJ61-125
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post May 14 2024, 04:23 PM
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And a cylindrical projection of the NTB using PJ61-125, 127, 129, & 131.


Jupiter NTB - PJ61-125/127/129/131
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post May 15 2024, 10:55 PM
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Interesting storm system up in the northern FFR:


Jupiter - PJ61-136 - Detail
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Approximately true color/contrast and enhanced images processed from raw image PJ61_137. Long and fairly prominent haze bands are visible in the enhanced versions.

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post May 19 2024, 05:39 PM
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Question for anyone doing raw processing that does not use my flat-field/gains.
Does the color of the charismatic storm appearing in PJ61_133 through PJ61_137 change between images?
(For me is particularly noticeable in b* channel of L*a*b* color values in contrast stretched images.)
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post May 20 2024, 03:31 PM
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QUOTE (Brian Swift @ May 19 2024, 01:39 PM) *
Question for anyone doing raw processing that does not use my flat-field/gains.
Does the color of the charismatic storm appearing in PJ61_133 through PJ61_137 change between images?
(For me is particularly noticeable in b* channel of L*a*b* color values in contrast stretched images.)


For me, it lightens slightly relative to the surroundings, but otherwise the hue remains the same.
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post May 21 2024, 02:36 AM
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QUOTE (Kevin Gill @ May 20 2024, 08:31 AM) *
For me, it lightens slightly relative to the surroundings, but otherwise the hue remains the same.

Thanks, sometime I'll review/redo my flat-field/gains to ensure they aren't adding an across-spin hue shift.
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PJ61 what's been downlinked so far, exaggerated color/contrast.
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