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Voyager I & II - Saturn Encounter Observations - RAW Images, Video sequence from Saturn Data - Locally Archived, PDS Certified.
post Apr 14 2015, 11:20 AM
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Hi !

For the fun I've created this animation with all RAW images from Saturn volume VGISS_6101 to VGISS_6214 (29023 photos)

Voyager I & II - Saturn Encounter Observations - RAW Images

I downloaded this from this page :

VG ISS Processed Images site : http://pds-rings.seti.org/voyager/iss/calib_images.html

I added image name for each frame.

It was not a very complicated process but it was long :

- download of each archive (138 GB)
- extraction of the archive (tar.gz + tar) very long too...)
- group of the RAW.jpg in once directory with a search files program
- add the name for each file (automatic process but a little complex because the file are not .0001, .0002 but 15641, 15891, etc...)
- creation of the animation

I don't know if it can be useful for you but it can be good to see the mission under this aspect.

I hope you will enjoy this.

You can find the same animation for Jupiter here : Voyager I & II - Jupiter Encounter Observations - RAW Images

Uranus and Neptune are coming. smile.gif

Thanks !
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post Apr 14 2015, 10:02 PM
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Thanks so much for sharing! Amazing to see the scan platform on Voyager 2 seize up around 16:15 in this fashion.

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post Apr 15 2015, 07:50 AM
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It clearly shows the videocon tubes fluctuating distortion based on the brightness of the imaged target.
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post Apr 24 2015, 11:02 AM
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Fascinating. The jump and stutter gives it a spooky sort of silent film quality.

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