Björn Jónsson (Iceland) is the developer of the IMG2PNG software, which batch-converts spacecraft image data to PNG format. His website contains simulated views of other planets produced using image maps generated from space image data; most of his image processing work is posted only within unmannespaceflight.com or on this website. (UMSF Moderator: Bjorn Jonsson)Unless otherwise specified, the work of Jonsson is shared on planetary.org under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License.
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Latest Blog Posts
Posted 2013/08/21 12:18 CDT | 3 comments
Björn Jónsson produces beautiful color and 3D global mosaics of Vesta from Dawn's archival data.
Latest Processed Space Images
Posted 2015/06/09 | 0 comments
New Horizons captured the four images used to make this view on June 6, 2015 from a distance of 46 million kilometers. Four images have been stacked and sharpened. The dark line running across Pluto is likely a real feature, not a processing artifact. Charon is still too small for any apparent features to be definitively discerned.
Posted 2015/02/18 | 0 comments
This map of Europa employs 190 images from NASA's Galileo spacecraft and 14 images from NASA's Voyager 2 spacecraft that have been color-matched to produce as seamless a global map as practicable with current data sets. Warning: the fully enlarged version is 20,000 by 10,000 pixels and about 30 Megabytes; some browsers may not display it.
Posted 2015/01/27 | 0 comments
This image of Ceres is composed of 9 frames from the January 25, 2015 optical navigation movie, stacked and then sharpened in order to reveal sub-pixel detail.