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post May 22 2017, 11:56 PM
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I tried my hand at processing some of Gerald's images. The scaling is a little weird on these, as I squeezed the image horizontally to fit the horizon to a circle, and then resized to 1920x1200 for use as a wallpaper. The original JunoCam images have enough artifacting and noise that I don't think there's much change in the amount of detail. I used the HLVG plugin for Photoshop to remove the greenish cast to the images, and then used the lightest-toned clouds to set the gray point of the image. The results look qualitatively pretty similar to processed Cassini images of Jupiter, so I'm happy.



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post May 23 2017, 12:57 AM
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First science result press conference on Thursday (11:00 PST): https://www.missionjuno.swri.edu/news/nasa-...om-juno-mission
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post May 23 2017, 03:23 AM
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Everyone who's processed images from PJ6 (Sean and Justin in particular), if you could upload your images or your favorite subset to missionjuno, Candy Hansen is currently at a Juno science team meeting and would like to highlight your work. Gerald's are obviously there already.


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post May 23 2017, 08:39 AM
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Most of the remaining PJ06 close-up raws are on the mission site by now. So, I had a long night with processing these.
I've modified the red/green ratio from 0.82 to 0.88 for the new processings.
Images #122 and #123 have bad reddish pixels due to some yet unidentified over- or underflow.
I'm not yet sure, how long it will take to fix this software issue. If someone likes to post-process the images, especially the two flawed ones, feel free to do so.
I'll upload the new images to the missionjuno site except #122, #123, and #142. The latter shows greenish portions due to partial CCD saturation.
(I'll notify Candy directly via email, before uploading.)

Before rendering a full movie, I'll first need to find and fix the software issue. In the meanwhile, I can adjust the color weights for the movie according to your wishes. This week, I've only later today, Wednesday and Thursday time for movie renditions. So, I'm not yet sure, whether I'll be able to complete a full pole to pole flyby animation with 125-fold time lapse this week. But I'm confident to able to render some fragments, at least. I'll start rendering the approach sequence for the northern half in about 12 hours, even if the software flaw won't be removed, and hope, that it won't show up in this part of the sequence.
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post May 23 2017, 11:30 AM
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Hi smile.gif

Those Junocam pictures processed by you, Gerald, are very inspiring smile.gif And excellent work everyone !

Some of my takes on your wonderful work. I have increase the exposure, balanced the colors and sharpened a little. On the full disk Jupiter image, I added some soft light effet to match the feeling we can have by watching at the gas giant with a telescope.

What I love here is that we are seeing actual cumulo-nimbus clouds, the clouds that are forming cells of thunderstorms.



This image was processed to have a view we can have if we had a 50mm lens (I had to reproject the cylindrical image into rectilinear).



And a full disk Jupiter smile.gif


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post May 23 2017, 01:53 PM
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I've started uploading to the Mission Juno site.

Here is the first portrait from Gerald's latest batch.

Repairs/Edge filters/Levels/Masks/Colors



Thanks again for your efforts Gerald... beautiful to look at and to work with.



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post May 23 2017, 02:51 PM
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QUOTE (mcaplinger @ May 22 2017, 10:23 PM) *
Everyone who's processed images from PJ6 (Sean and Justin in particular), if you could upload your images or your favorite subset to missionjuno, Candy Hansen is currently at a Juno science team meeting and would like to highlight your work. Gerald's are obviously there already.


I've uploaded my images there now, thanks for the heads up!
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post May 23 2017, 03:06 PM
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Another portrait from Gerald's latest...



Jupiter is just showing off now... quite unseemly.

Detail...









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post May 23 2017, 04:51 PM
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A third portrait from Gerald's latest...



Details...







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post May 23 2017, 05:21 PM
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These images are absolutely incredible. It's amazing to see at last the fine texture of the cloudscapes. For me, this is the first time Jupiter has ever looked like a place, rather than an abstract painting.

Huge, huge, respect to all whose work has contributed to these images!!
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post May 23 2017, 06:57 PM
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Thanks Badger! smile.gif

Here is the last one for today...



Alternate comp...



Detail



Sequence of the 4 uploaded today...





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post May 23 2017, 10:52 PM
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QUOTE (The Singing Badger @ May 23 2017, 02:21 PM) *
These images are absolutely incredible. It's amazing to see at last the fine texture of the cloudscapes. For me, this is the first time Jupiter has ever looked like a place, rather than an abstract painting.

Huge, huge, respect to all whose work has contributed to these images!!
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So now all these people ( including myself ) that were a bit disappointed with the Juno images finally have to take their words back.
Also amazing to see how some higher clouds / layers throw shadows on lower layers.
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post May 23 2017, 11:36 PM
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PJ06 sequence



Added a couple more shots to fill it out.




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post May 24 2017, 12:26 AM
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These are phenomenal.... really feel I am seeing the planet now for first time. Cannot take my eyes off the details.

Thanks to Junocam team and all the incredible image magicians out there.

Craig
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post May 24 2017, 02:28 AM
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Here's my effort at processing image #123 using Gerald's version as a base.

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