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Snapshots From Space Video: Revealing Jupiter's (Mostly) Unseen Treasures

Posted by Mat Kaplan

18-03-2012 13:46 CDT

Topics: amateur image processing, podcasts and videos, Voyager 1 and 2, Planetary Society Video, explaining image processing, Jupiter

Tens of thousands of Jupiter images were taken by the Voyager spacecraft, but relatively few have been processed to reveal their true beauty and wonder. The latest Snapshots video from Emily Lakdawalla explains why. It also showcases stunning work by image experts who struck gold.

 
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Comments:

bware: 05/17/2012 03:56 CDT

Hi Mat, Nice story you you linked with Emily to explain the imaging criteria. You all are doing a great job! Thanks!

Dave Lister JMC: 05/29/2012 09:43 CDT

Great story, very exciting to know how much beautiful data is sitting around waiting to be published. And may I say Matt, that is a killer necktie!

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