PJ41 Io Images in Four Styles

2022-05-13 23:59 UT
Credit : NASA/JPL-Caltech/SwRI/MSSS/Brian Swift © cc by
Submitted By : BrianSwift
Mission Phase : PERIJOVE 41

The PJ41 Io Images PJ41_01 through PJ41_05 are displayed with various processing styles.

The upper-left group is approximately color matched to the USGS "Io Galileo SSI Global Color Merge Mosaic" at https://astrogeology.usgs.gov/search/map/Io/Voyager-Galileo/Io_Galileo_SSI_Global_Mosaic_ClrMerge_1km

The upper right group is processed using my current Jupiter natural-ish color balance.

Lower left uses a Nearest rather than Linear sampling to clearly show the underlying resolution of the raw image.

Lower right has a low gamma value to show the detail in the darker areas. Perhaps a plume is visible at the lower right limb of PJ41_02 (the 2nd image). Also, there is slight illumination beyond the terminator (on the dark side of Io), possibly from Jupiter-shine.

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