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jgoldader
Hi all,

As an astronomer-turned-high-school-physics-teacher, I have started an annual tradition of giving an astronomy night talk at my school. This year, I'll be talking about Voyager, which is dear to my heart and was in many ways responsible for my path through life.

I have enjoyed the reprocessed icy satellite images I've seen, but have been unable to find much in the way of planet images (a few Saturn images, that's it).

Ted Stryk has very generously given me permission to use his icy satellite images. By showing that people are still using Voyager data, it shows the enduring value of the project, and makes it "present," not "past." I would love to have some nice reprocessed planetary images to show off. I'll be giving credit where it is due during the talk.

If any of you have reprocessed Voyager planetary images, I would be grateful for the chance to show them.

You can PM me if you like.

Many thanks,
Jeff
brellis
Have you looked here?

http://pds.jpl.nasa.gov/

They have lots of voyager images.
jgoldader
I saw Voyager datasets there. The old, original releases are at photojournal.jpl.nasa.gov. But I was really hoping to be able to showcase some of the work done by the folks here in remaking images.

Jeff

QUOTE (brellis @ Oct 2 2007, 10:02 PM) *
Have you looked here?

http://pds.jpl.nasa.gov/

They have lots of voyager images.
scalbers
Have you come across this thread in the forum? Perhaps it might give you some ideas.

http://www.unmannedspaceflight.com/index.php?showtopic=3778
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