Monday, March 24, 2008
...and here is a close-up of the Theophilus region. Theophilus is the larger, more distinct crater to the left. It's about 8KM in diameter. Next to it is the crater Cyrillus, and further to the right is the Catharina crater group.
I was able to draw out some decent detail of the crater areas using multi-point reference stacking and with some additional manipulation through wavelet processing. The image is still a tad blurry, but that might be the effects of field rotation (no wedge used when taking this). Then again, I thought multi-point stacking eliminates that? I'm also reverting to black-and-white processing even though the .AVI is taken in color. It's a bit more true-to-life and I hate having to deal with false color when processing the images.