Jules Verne Voyager: Image Gallery

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All images on the Voyager site were produced by using Jules Verne Voyager, a small subset of which are in this gallery. The images here have been selected for their aesthetic appeal and/or scientific interest, but also serve to give you some small idea as to the range of possibilities of what you can easily produce yourself with Voyager. Click on the thumbnail image for a page with larger image produced by Voyager (usually the default size) and some brief comments; some also have a link to a large image. Enjoy.

 



 

Western USA Western USA     ARC Science Simulations' Face of the Earth ™ with topographic relief and political (country and state) boundaries [729x607 0.5 Mb]

Tibet     ARC Science Simulations' Face of the Earth ™ with topographic relief and political (country) boundaries [729x569 0.5 Mb] Tibet

McMurdo, Antarctica McMurdo, Antarctica     Terra/MODIS imagery, area around McMurdo Station, including Mt. Erebus, the northwest corner of the Ross Ice Shelf, and north along the Transantarctic Mountains [729x729 0.6 Mb]

Beardmore Glacier, Antarctica     Beardmore Glacier, Shackleton's "highway to the south", using ARC Science Simulations' Face of the Earth ™ and Terra/MODIS imagery [each 729x463 0.4 Mb] Beardmore Glacier, Face of the Earth Beardmore Glacier, Terra/MODIS

Global Strain Rate Map Global Strain Rate Map     GSRM project, here showing the 2nd invariant of the strain rate (to show the local "magnitude" of strain rate tensor) [584x584 0.4 Mb]

Alaska, NNR lithosphere motion     Alaska shown with greytone topographic background, overlaid with GSRM "no net rotation" horizontal motions of the lithosphere [729x608 0.5 Mb] Alaska, NNR lithosphere motion

Europe by night Europe by night     Europe, shown using the DMSP imagery, which shows nighttime illumination by natural and artificial sources [729x520 0.4 Mb]

Antarctic summer 2002     SeaWiFS imagery, here showing the biosphere activity of the Antarctic during the (southern hemisphere) summer of 2002 [582x582 0.4 Mb] Antarctic summer 2002

Mars channels Mars channels     relief based on MGS/MOLA data, here showing 1000-km long channels probably carved by massive water flow (or low-viscosity lava?) from the Tharsis and Lunae Planum highlands to the southwest [729x367 0.3 Mb]

Venus reflectivity     radius (topography) and radar reflectivity of Venus, centered on Artemis Chasma just south of the highlands of Aphrodite Terra [each 582x582 0.4 Mb] Venus radius Venus radar reflectivity

Mars, Hellas impact basin Moon, South Pole-Aitken impact basin Terrestrial planet impacts     scale topographic maps using the 'view from space' (orthographic) projection centered on the largest terrestrial impacts on Mars and the Moon, the Hellas basin and the South Pole-Aitken basin, respectively [582x582 0.4 Mb, 298x298 0.1 Mb]

Galilean moon impact     'view from space' (orthographic) projection centered on the Valhalla impact on Callisto using the same scale as for Mars and the Moon above [413x413 0.2 Mb] Callisto, Valhalla impact

 


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