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Garden Lander, messing about with my mobile
djellison
post May 18 2005, 12:51 PM
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http://www.unmannedspaceflight.com/doug_im...arden_probe.zip (500kb)

Imagine if a spaceprobe with a small red and blue filtered camera landed in my garden smile.gif This is the data set it sent back. I thought it'd be a laugh just to string something together - if anyone sticks together a funky mosaic from it- I'll then take a proper photo of the area so you can compare to see how we look at the images we get and how the compare to reality biggrin.gif

For the green filter - probably best to average red + blue smile.gif

If anyone likes the idea - I'll do some others from some interesting places smile.gif

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post May 19 2005, 09:01 PM
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Just keep checking the PDS Imaging node for it.

keep checking......

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