Tuesday, March 9, 2010

And now for something completely different...

Here are some Europa mosaics from September 1998 for all of you.  Don't ask me why I made these mosaics of Europa this evening...
  • 17ESREGMAP01 - 233 meter per pixel mosaic of a north-south strip centered around 210° West, running south from around 15° N to 65° S Latitude.  The mosaic covers portions of Belus Linea near the top of the mosaic, runs south covering Castalia Macula and portions of Argadnel Regio, then finishes up over portions of Onga, Katreus, Agenor, and Astypalaea Lineae.
  • 17ESAGENOR03 - 46 meter per pixel mosaic across portions of Agenor Linea.  This includes the western seven frames out of ten due to a gap in the mosaic.
  • 17ESSOUTHP01 - 43 meter per pixel mosaic across portions of the south polar region of Europa near 79° S, 128° W.
  • 17ESREGMAP02 - 211 meter per pixel mosaic of a north-south strip centered around 77° West, running sourth from around the equator to the limb near the south pole.  The mosaic covers portions of Euphemus Linear near the top of the mosaic, across an area of chaotic terrain on Europa's leading hemisphere, south to a series of ridges (such as Sarpedon Linea). Several impact craters are visible, including: Cliodhna (middle top), Uaithne (fresh crater on top of a dark ridge about three quarters of the way down), and Grainne (larger crater in bottom left frame).

2 comments:

  1. OMG!!
    More like this please! Please, please, please.. :)

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