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Gordan Ugarkovic

Gordan is a Croatian software developer and amateur astrophotographer. He dabbles in planetary image processing, creating color composites from datasets such as Cassini/Huygens, as he is "somewhat underwhelmed by the frequency the Cassini Imaging Team releases color composites." His work can be viewed on his Flickr page.

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Enceladus in Color

Enceladus in Color

Posted 2014/09/13 | 0 comments

Prometheus, shaper of the F ring

Prometheus, shaper of the F ring

Posted 2014/06/27 | 0 comments

Little Prometheus lies at the inner edge of the F ring in this color photo captured by Cassini on April 13, 2007. Prometheus appears especially bright because Cassini is looking down on the unlit face of Saturn's rings.

Saturn's innermost moons: Pan, Daphnis, Atlas, Prometheus, Pandora, Epimetheus, Janus, and Mimas, to scale

Saturn's innermost moons: Pan, Daphnis, Atlas, Prometheus, Pandora, Epimetheus, Janus, and Mimas, to scale

Posted 2014/06/26 | 0 comments

The eight innermost moons of Saturn, in color images collected by Cassini between June 7, 2005, and July 5, 2010. Pan and Daphnis (top left small moons) orbit within the Encke and Keeler gaps in the rings; Atlas (below Pan and Daphnis) orbits at the outer edge of the main rings. To their right are Prometheus and Pandora; Prometheus orbits just inside and Pandora just outside the F ring. Below them are Epimetheus (left) and Janus (right), which trade positions every four years, averaging out to the same distance from Saturn. Mimas orbits considerably farther away, but its gravitational effects influence the positions of gaps and waves within the rings. At full resolution, the montage has a scale of 500 meters per pixel.

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