What is Image: Definition and 1000 Discussions

IMAGE (Imager for Magnetopause-to-Aurora Global Exploration) is a NASA Medium Explorers mission that studied the global response of the Earth's magnetosphere to changes in the solar wind. It was believed lost but as of August 2018 might be recoverable. It was launched March 25, 2000 by a Delta II rocket from Vandenberg AFB on a two-year mission. Almost six years later, it unexpectedly ceased operations in December 2005 during its extended mission and was declared lost. The spacecraft was part of NASA's Sun-Earth Connections Program, and during its run had over 400 research articles published in peer-reviewed journals using its data. It had special cameras that provided various breakthroughs in understanding the dynamics of plasma around the Earth. The Principal Investigator was Jim Burch of the Southwest Research Institute.
In January 2018, an amateur satellite tracker found it to be transmitting some signals back to Earth. NASA made attempts to communicate with the spacecraft and determine its payload status, but has had to track down and adapt old hardware and software to the current systems. On February 25, contact with IMAGE was again lost only to be reestablished on March 4, 2018. The signal disappeared once again on August 5, 2018. Recovery efforts are underway and if successful NASA may decide to fund a restarted mission.

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  1. L

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  2. Dr Wu

    Microchip Imaging: What Magnification is Needed for Electron Microscopy?

    Assuming the use of an electron microscope, what magnification would be needed to image a computer microchip at the micrometer level? Thanks in advance.
  3. T

    I Help identifying this Tumbling object in a night sky photo from Namibia

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  4. T

    I Tomography image resolution

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  5. pinball1970

    B AI Enhanced image of M87 black hole

    https://iopscience.iop.org/article/10.3847/2041-8213/acc32d From the abstract, "We present a new reconstruction of the Event Horizon Telescope (EHT) image of the M87 black hole from the 2017 data set. We use PRIMO, a novel dictionary-learning-based algorithm that uses high-fidelity simulations...
  6. L

    B Does light ever go from the eye to the image?

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  7. sHatDowN

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  8. Salmone

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  9. anorlunda

    I JWST Image Reveals Processes Ejecting Material in Star Formation

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  10. M

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  11. A

    I Image appears outside of q -- Lens Maker's Equation confusion

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  12. M

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  13. M

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  14. Aymangh994

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  15. Bob Walance

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  16. A

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  17. L

    Image position and magnification for underwater spherical lens

    Using the data given and recalling that in this configuration ##R<0## I get: ##\frac{1.33}{0.5}+\frac{1.5}{q}=\frac{1.5-1.33}{-0.2}\Rightarrow q\approx -0.427 m=-42.7 cm## so the image is virtual and is ##42.7\ cm## to the left of vertex ##V##. The magnification is ##M=\frac{n_1 q}{n_2...
  18. B

    Taking the FFT of an Image

    if you watch this Video : The Julia Programming Language at time marker 28:00, You will see that Grant takes an FFT of an Image. In order to do a FFT, you need to know the sampling rate, but what is the sampling rate of one image? And what if your image is not size 2^N ? Does the program just...
  19. N

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  20. DhruvSorathiya

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  21. rishurboi

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  22. dom_quixote

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  23. cianfa72

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  24. samy4408

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  25. A

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  26. Physics_learner

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  27. ergospherical

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  28. B

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  29. A

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  30. M

    Machine learning with image tracking of a line

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  31. pellis

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  32. L

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  33. DMAJones

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  34. S

    Can twin cats have mirror image fur colors?

    Is it possible for monozygotic twin cats to have fur colors that are mirror images of each other? Or does such mirror imaging rule out that two cats are monozygotic twins? In searching for images of "twin cats" on the web, I find a few photos of pairs that have mirror image fur colors. For...
  35. Mikkel

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  36. H

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  37. M

    Mathematica Saving an image in a for loop with an updated name

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  38. rinalai

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  39. Dario56

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  40. DaalChawal

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  41. dRic2

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  42. G

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  43. A

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  44. Eclair_de_XII

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  45. S

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  46. M

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  47. B

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  48. M

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  49. N

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  50. Eclair_de_XII

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