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Maps of Larissa and Proteus based on imagery
Antdoghalo
post Jun 13 2024, 05:58 AM
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A few days ago I found shape models of these two in the PDS SBN and a paper by our resident mapper, Stooke here https://articles.adsabs.harvard.edu/pdf/199...%26P...65...31S
Using blender, I painted the images to roughly the corresponding area on the shape model and reprojected it. The final product nearly matches the shaded relief map except on the fringes. Given we may not see these worlds again in a few decades at least, I decided I might as well map them to the best extent possible. These were done mainly for textures in Celestia.
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post Jul 16 2024, 02:46 PM
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Decided to add a map of Puck as well.
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