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How Spacecraft Make Color Pictures

Emily's Slides From the December 2011 Planetary Radio Live

Posted by Mat Kaplan

02-01-2012 14:07 CST

Topics: Planetary Radio Live, podcasts and videos, Planetary Radio, Planetary Society Video, Planetary Society, explaining image processing

Whether you heard the show or not, you'll be fascinated by Emily's great presentation. It also proves she is not part of the great conspiracy that is hiding evidence of alien bases on the moons of Saturn!

Part 1:

The Planetary Society

How Spacecraft Make Color Pictures, Part 1
Planetary Radio Live for the week of December 26, 2011 features the first part of Emily Lakdawalla's demonstration of how she and others create beautiful color images of solar system objects. This video lets you enjoy the slides seen by the live audience. Part 2 is available here.

Part 2:

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How Spacecraft Make Color Pictures, Part 2
The second half of Emily Lakdawalla's demonstration of solar system image processing on the December 26, 2011 Planetary Radio Live—part art, part science. You can find part 1 here.
 
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