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Juno perijove 7: GRS images, July 11, 2017
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This article of John Rogers (BAA) contains an animated GIF derived from the four close-up PJ07 GRS images. The images of the GIF are reprojected from the raws to the same position on the spacecraft trajectory, and manually corrected for most of the residual geometrical inaccuracies.
It shows a global acyclonic rotation of the GRS. Extracting residual parallax for 3D images in an unambiguous way is pretty hard, and I'm unaware of any successful attempt. Using these images as L/R images of an anaglyph would visualize true motion of features between images as a 3D impression. Being aware of this effect could help to identify subtle differential motion within the GRS.
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