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Blue, green, and red-filtered images were converted to GIFs in NASAView. The GIFs were used to create an RGB image in Photoshop. I then made adjustments to the color channels using Channel Mixer to reduce the blue fringing on Jupiter's limb.
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Original image data dated on or about December 10, 2000
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