I know that about your post, very nice job, not to mention the trouble to put them on-line before official release, but was referring to images used in the video.3488":1cj60tfa said:Hi EarthlingX, yes they are raw images. I have sorted them into some sort of order & made them available to SDC.EarthlingX":1cj60tfa said:Sure do3488":1cj60tfa said:You may like this too?? :?: :?: :?:
This are mostly raw images ?
Here's a recently published very nice image of Janus :
saturn.jpl.nasa.gov : Blasted Janus
September 6, 2010 Full-Res: PIA12714
Saturn's moon Janus shows the scars of impacts in this Cassini spacecraft image of craters light and dark.
This view looks toward the Saturn-facing side of Janus (179 kilometers, or 111 miles across). North on Janus is up and rotated 10 degrees to the right.
The image was taken in visible light with the Cassini spacecraft narrow-angle camera on April 7, 2010. The view was acquired at a distance of approximately 75,000 kilometers (47,000 miles) from Janus and at a sun-Janus-spacecraft, or phase, angle of 39 degrees. Image scale is 448 meters (1,469 feet) per pixel.