view uses an ultraviolet filter centered at 338 nanometers for blue, a green filter centered at 568 nanometers for green and a near-infrared filter centered at 930 nanometers for red -- thus covering a wider spectrum region than the human eye.
The some 100 double-page (and some fold-out) prints collected here depict the preparation of those missions as well as the stark Martian panoramas captured in images both single and composite, both real- and false-color
. Bell applies his sensibilities as a lifetime landscape photographer to select artful and varied depictions of the texture of the Red Planet.
But the researchers' new report, which displays the computer-reconstructed brain as a false-color
red mass within the grey skull case, suggests that the species "had a brain that might have been even smaller than that of a modern lemur's," Simons said.
images are created that allow chemical heterogeneity to be readily visualized and compared to visual features.
The plane-mounted camera system uses four separate sensors to obtain true-color and false-color
infrared, multispectral images of fire ant mounds.
The gas and dust at the heart of the Omega Nebula (M17) is beautifully illuminated by ultraviolet light from young, massive stars located just beyond the upper-right corner of this false-color
VLA radio image shows jets of plasma, a mixture of electrons and atomic nuclei, in Galaxy IC 708.
Overall performance was best with the false-color
The MK-4 is a multi-spectral camera with data recorded on four separate, black-and-white film bases to produce a false-color
Another photo shared on NASA's website showed a (https://www.nasa.gov/sites/default/files/styles/full_width/public/thumbnails/image/pia18394-nasa.jpg?itok=sVrrKA_-) false-color
panorama of the Pilinger Point in the Endeavour Crater.
Caption: Culinary cartography This false-color
global map of Ceres obtained by the Dawn spacecraft highlights the dwarf planet's newly named features and its changing mineral composition.
Their yellow color comes from the combined glow of warm dust (red) and organic molecules (green) in false-color
infrared images from the Spitzer Space Telescope.