This program will remove noise from Mariner10 images. The program works by
running noisefilters for high noise and then low noise repeatedly. Any data
that is determined to be noise is set to null. Some noise may be left
over and it is possible that good data can be picked up, however, this
should be a very small precentage. Further filtering can be achieved with
the noisefilter application.
Mar10nonoise is meant for uncompressed Mariner10 images only and will not
be effective in removing noise from previously compressed images. See
mar10restore for more on these images.
Mar10nonoise is executed in the pipeline performed by mar10clean and
shouldn't be necessary to be run when processing Mariner10
images if using mar10clean.
This example shows the application in action. It removes most noise.
Noise is replaced with null data. The brightness difference visible is
due to a difference in stretches between the two images due to the noise
in the first.
An example of an uncleaned Mariner10 image for input and a noise
removed output cube.
Screenshot of GUI with parameters filled in to with a Mariner10
cube with noise as input and a noise removed cube as output.
Input Mariner10 Image
Mariner10 image to remove noise from
This is the input Mariner10 image prior to the removal of noise.
Output Mariner10 image after running the application
This is the Mariner10 image after the application has been run.
The red represents null pixels which could be removed using a
lowpass filter or left as is.