Moon (Left half) North pole slice 13D

 

 

 

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13D Left portion of image. Reduced for posting. Full size can be downloaded below.
13D Right portion of image. Reduced for posting. Full size can be downloaded below.
Slice 13D full view farside moon north pole. Reduced for posting. Full size can be downloaded below.
 
Reduced copy of full original  image of the farside of the moon which can be directly downloaded from the Navy website at http://www.cmf.nrl.navy.mil/clementine/albedo.html

Image Downloads: Lower resolution jpg Higher resolution bmp
Full edited image Slice 13D Full image jpg 489 K Full image BMP 9.83 mb
Copies of unedited Original image from Navy global farside of Moon (in case the Navy decides to disable their website or modify their original images) original unedited global farside moon jpg 2.69 mb original unedited global farside moon bmp 14.97 mb
Direct link to original image on Navy website http://www.cmf.nrl.navy.mil/clementine/albedo.html

Image Editing instructions
This is a sample of how to divide the left half of the lunar north pole into slices and rows.
Basic image editing settings for Slice 13D

To edit this image you will need to crop off the north pole section of the globe down to the first latitude line and then cut it in half to create slice columns and rows. When you increase the resolution to 1000 DPI, these image can get very large which may lock up your computer.

Click here for detailed photo editing instructions

Always save an unedited copy of the original photo so you can always go back and redo the image if you don't like the results.

This image works best with 1000 DPI to edit. After you are finished editing the best viewing DPI is 900. This can be increased or reduced further as desired. At this setting, the full slice 13D image will be over 9.83 mb in file size.

Important: read the computer capacity instructions on detailed editing instruction #7 before changing size or resolution because it can crash your computer if you are not set up to handle extremely large files.