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Pluto Surface Observations 3: NH Post-Encounter Phase, 1 Feb 2016- TBD
MarcF
post Jul 17 2018, 09:42 AM
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The image processing techniques also progressed a lot and I'm convinced that the Voyager images still hide some "secrets". A nice example is in the second paper I've mentioned earlier which compares the topography of Charon's Oz Terra with the surface of Ariel, moon of Uranus, both showing similar disrupted crustal blocks (Fig. 19 & 20).
The reprocessed Voyager images are really impressive.
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