Jules Verne Voyager: Saturn's Epimetheus Features Help


Saturn's Epimetheus Features Help Index:

For more information about our Voyager map tool, contact:   Jim Riley   (rileyunavco.org)
Last modified: 24 Nov 2014


See Getting Started for a quick overview of the Jules Verne Voyager map tool capabilities.

For items specific to voyaging Saturn's Epimetheus, continue to read this Saturn's Epimetheus Features Help page.

To learn how to use the grd, gmt, geo, lbl, vel, mon, msc, and/or opt codes to customize a starting view, see Advanced Help: URL customizing.

Voyager Saturn's Epimetheus features     The default Epimetheus uses a texture underlay grid grd=1 showing a composite image from the Voyager 1 and 2 flybys.

The texture underlay grids available in the [Features:] menu of Voyager: Saturn's Epimetheus are:

[Voyager (Stooke)]  http://jules.unavco.org/Saturn/Epimetheus grd = 1   composite from Voyager images: Phil Stooke & M. Arntz (1999)
[Voyager radius map]  http://jules.unavco.org/Saturn/Epimetheus?grd=2 grd = 2   radius map by A. Tayfun Oner from shape model of Phil Stooke from Voyager images; radius: magenta = 42.7 km to red = 79.1 km

The standard image overlays available in the [Features:] menu for optional longitude and latitude marking or distance scale bars are explained Advanced Help: generic options.

The IAU gazetteer image overlays for Voyager: Saturn's Epimetheus available in the [Features:] menu under [--IAU gazetteer--] are:

[Impact outlines] 
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geo = 1   outlines of impact sites
[Impact names] 
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gaz = 1   impact site names

Note: Any grd, gmt, geo, lbl, vel, mon, msc, or opt code might change in the future, so be sure to check here for the current values!

Comments, questions, problems about Jules Verne Voyager? Send mail to   Jim Riley   (rileyunavco.org)

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