The Moon

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    I mapped NASA's topographical LIDAR data from the moon to frames of a Paul Robertson animated gif.

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    Here is the original animated gif.

    I made some tweaks, added some extra bumpiness and switched to a file with 16x the data. Had to compress the file a lot to get it under Flickr's 20 meg limit, but I recommend looking at the 7000x7000 original size picture.

    1. Kyle McDonald 43 months ago | reply

      Why does this make so much sense.

    2. Héctor Rubio 43 months ago | reply

      Interesante trabajo, muy curioso.

      Un saludo

    3. tonytoan 43 months ago | reply

      Perfect and colors are great!

    4. VisionIkonic 43 months ago | reply

      wow, fantastic! ...love it...

      -greets from VisionIkonic

    5. picturewizard 43 months ago | reply

      this image is fantastic !, i have some just like it check them out at www.flickr.com/picturewizard

    6. scarpace87 43 months ago | reply

      Beautiful shot!

    7. (mahranarchitect)<< on Instagram 43 months ago | reply

      It's a dream to have a shot like this, maybe by your comments and remarks on my photostream I can make my dream come true oneday.


      YOU ARE INVITED TO SEE MY PHOTOS, IT'S MY PLEASURE TO HAVE YOU OPINION !

      commented with FlickrComment

    8. Katie-Rose 43 months ago | reply

      That's amazing!

    9. r.AI (-) 43 months ago | reply

      WTF? This is pretty much nonsese... Very cool and funny nonsense, but why on earth inspired you to map that gif to the moon?

    10. OviFoto.ro 43 months ago | reply

      Hi Aaron,
      Why does this make so much sense.
      --
      Seen on Ansaz

    11. lancelonie 43 months ago | reply

      a really cool shot

    12. leted 43 months ago | reply

      Aaron,
      I am totally putting this on the projector at the NASA Ames Mapmakers meeting later today.

    13. xcopy_ [deleted] 35 months ago | reply

      I died!

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