WARNING! GIGANT-O-GIF AFTER THE JUMP! Remember the delightfully huge aniamted GIF of the polar vortex at Saturn a while back? Cassini recently completed another relatively close pass of Saturn’s north polar region, effectively initiating another […]
Okay, one last gigant-o-GIF before the weekend’s out. Again, the subject is the rings of Saturn. Big animated GIF after the jump.
Another view of Saturn’s rings, taken just a few days ago by Cassini and just transmitted back to Earth in raw form. Gigantic GIF after the jump. Focus on the center of the pictures, and […]
You like watching Saturn’s rings go all whooshy from the vantage point of a passing spacecraft? You’ve come to the right place. (Again, warning – great big animated GIF ahead.)
Turns out you can trawl through raw image data for Galileo, Voyager and other missions as well. So why not try to animate some Galileo collages of Jupiter’s Great Red Spot? (warning: 7mb gigant-o-GIF after […]
I tried to do yet another smoothly-interpolated animation from raw frames of Cassini imaging data. It didn’t quite turn out how I expected, though it may work better if you crank some Hendrix while trying […]
Well, not really, but this one’s kinda cool. If you’re wondering why I spend a lot of time on interpolating motion between frames, I present the following Cassini approach animation of Saturn’s big moon Titan. […]
Here’s a little mind-blower for you from Saturn’s E-ring. (big GIF after the jump)