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Juno perijove 4, February 2, 2017
post Jun 4 2017, 07:36 PM
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Here is a Juno sketch...

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Bjorn Jonsson
post Sep 4 2017, 01:24 PM
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This is a highly speculative experimental anaglyph based on image PJ04_106:

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The feature near the center of the anaglyph is the 'spiral' visible in the cropped image below. The 'spiral' is southwest of oval BA. The full image can be seen in this post.

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The anaglyph is rendered from a 3D model that was created using shape from shading. The underlying assumption is that at least some of the elongated dark features within the 'spiral' are caused by cloud shadows and differences in vertical relief. These dark features look like shadows and some of the elongated, brighter features look like they might be 'walls' of clouds but this interpretation might be incorrect (this is after all a highly speculative anaglyph). The areas around the 'spiral' are probably less accurate in the anaglyph since most of the dark features there are not shadows.
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