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The Top of Vera Rubin Ridge Part 1, Site 66-67, sol 1812-1943, 11 Sep 2017-23 Jan 2018
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post Nov 21 2017, 12:53 AM
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QUOTE (neo56 @ Nov 20 2017, 08:56 AM) *
Mosaic of two debayered MC100 photos, showing nice details on the distant hills.


Superbe image merci !


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post Nov 21 2017, 08:57 AM
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Some rather nice L&R Mastcam images acquired just before sunset on Sol 1880 The mission update refers to these as to get a better idea of the aerosols - dust and water ice
Sadly they are Bayer encoded and jpeg'ed, so beyond the range of my rather basic skill-set. Hopefully someone can do them the justice they deserve and possible acquire another fine animated Martian sunset.
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post Nov 23 2017, 12:58 AM
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A small set of pre-dawn RMI's looking for Frost on sol 1883

One unusual image in the set of four! Maybe some sort of over exposed or a calibration image? I have not encountered one like this before... Any ideas? smile.gif
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post Nov 23 2017, 01:36 AM
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Underexposed, by the look of it.

Here's a quick-and-dirty stab at deBayering that sunset pic:
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I've done some heavy Gaussian blurring of the hue and saturation channels.

We can't trust the colours here, due to the heavy colour banding/quantization due to the jpegging of the Bayer. In particular I don't buy the grey outer sky regions. But, as always, it's worth it since the raw pds images will be stunning...
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post Nov 23 2017, 09:32 AM
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QUOTE (fredk @ Nov 23 2017, 02:36 AM) *
Underexposed, by the look of it.
Here's a quick-and-dirty stab at deBayering that sunset pic:
We can't trust the colours here, due to the heavy colour banding/quantization due to the jpegging of the Bayer. In particular I don't buy the grey outer sky regions. But, as always, it's worth it since the raw pds images will be stunning...


Dear Fredk, thanks a lot for saving us time for this debayering.
Here are the approximate (real) colors I found on your nice image, after using my database and a quick processing.
Enjoy smile.gif
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post Nov 26 2017, 01:02 AM
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Ryan Anderson 'Advocated for ChemCam to use its RMI to take a closer look at an interesting geologic contact on Mt. Sharp during Sol 1885' in the current Mission Update.
Here's my roughly assembled mosaic of the raw RMI's using MS ICE:
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post Nov 26 2017, 12:25 PM
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My take on this picture smile.gif



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post Nov 27 2017, 08:00 AM
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1887 drive, no details yet, but here are the 3 available L-NavCams frames featuring the horizon assembled in MS-ICE, the distant rounded Mesa's and Buttes look really inviting
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post Nov 27 2017, 10:17 AM
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post Nov 27 2017, 12:09 PM
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I played a little with tosol images. So I can make a little Postcard of this nice point of view smile.gif



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post Nov 27 2017, 07:01 PM
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Nice postcard! These are the reprojected Hazcam images I used to estimate our current position, about 10 m south of the Thanksgiving stop.

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post Nov 27 2017, 11:46 PM
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Thanks smile.gif

Maybe it can be handle to have the full panoramic now all the images are downlinked ^^



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post Nov 28 2017, 12:13 AM
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I thought we had moved about 10 m south, but Midnight Planets says 26 m. I'll have to think about that... but Damia's full panorama will be useful. More to follow.

EDIT - sure enough, the full pan tells a different story. Here is a circular projection of that panorama (Thanks, Damia):

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I was looking at the white drift to the southeast - I misidentified it on the HiRISE image. Map will be updated momentarily - no, actually, permanently!

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post Nov 28 2017, 10:24 AM
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Really stunning terrain captured in this telephoto RMI mosaic of a distant mesa on Mt sharp that Ryan Anderson at USGS/JPL has been monitoring for changes.
Sol 1888, roughly assembled in MS ICE, full size 5655x1704
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post Nov 28 2017, 08:26 PM
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QUOTE (PaulH51 @ Nov 28 2017, 03:24 AM) *
Really stunning terrain captured in this telephoto RMI mosaic of a distant mesa on Mt sharp that Ryan Anderson at USGS/JPL has been monitoring for changes.
Sol 1888, roughly assembled in MS ICE, full size 5655x1704
Link to the Raw images
NASA/JPL-CalTech/MSSS/LANL

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Amazing photo. Oh the nuts are going to go crazy seeing that next to the last image from the right side of this pan with the strange rock that looks like a black shark fin. Can we say Curiosity has now officially jumped the shark? Laughing.
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