Friday, April 01, 2005

T4 Images

Images should start coming down in an hour and a half (10:30 am MST). I will use this post to link to best raw images here.

UPDATE: 11:15pm MST Images are starting to show up on the JPL Raw images. Discuss amongst yourselves.
North is to the left in all surface images.

6 Comments:

Blogger Jason said...

don't know whats going on. Maybe the JPL raw images page isn't on the real time stream like the team?

4/01/2005 03:56:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

What's going on? Why does the NASA site say images won't be up until next week? Have we found something interesting?

4/01/2005 04:03:00 PM  
Blogger Jason said...

CICLOPS will be releasing some raws (maybe) today. I don't quite understand the emails I am getting so I am just chugging along processing images. They look cool BTW. Hopefully!! they will be on the RAW images today. The next week comment is for processed images which are due at JPL from us on Monday, meaning they will be released Wednesday or so.

4/01/2005 04:18:00 PM  
Blogger Jason said...

okay, This is what I know. The images we have now are "preliminary" versions. The images have to become "final" versions before they are posted on the JPL raw images page. CICLOPS can't post raw images until the JPL page has them... sounds like this will happen soon. today even. Don't expect processed products from me today. But do expect a nice WAC images showing the H.

4/01/2005 04:38:00 PM  
Anonymous Gsnorgathon said...

'bout all I can say is, the raw images make me really appreciate your image processing skills, Jason.

Why the 512 x 512 images? Is the haze so bad that 1024 just wastes memory without gaining resolution?

4/02/2005 02:04:00 AM  
Blogger Jason said...

I think it was largely to save memory. A lot of our full mode images (1024x1024) come out quite a bit noisier than their SUM2 mode (512x512) counterparts, such that after noise filtering, their isn't much change in resolution. I still would have liked to the try working on full mode images, but its too late now.

4/04/2005 08:16:00 AM  

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