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Cassini, Mission to Saturn: RAW Images, Movie with 376,673 images
meryon
post Feb 13 2017, 09:45 PM
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Hi !

Here is a movie made with the 376,673 images from the Cassini Mission to Saturn site.

I've downloaded and label each frame with their name. So, you can find easily one image in the database.

The duration of the movie is more than 4 hours.

I hope it can be useful for you !

Here is the link: Cassini, Mission to Saturn - RAW Images

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post Feb 20 2017, 05:22 AM
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I think it should be added that the video contains a lot of flashing images, so people with epilepsy need to be aware.

Very cool video, though! I might spot something to use for colour composites.


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