Real resolution in shape model of kernels
Hi, I am using phocube tool in images from Ceres (Dawn Mission). Attached images are Oxo crater and emission values of each pixel. I have the same pixel resolution (1024 x 1024) but it is easy to see that the real resolution of shape model is much lower than optical image. How can I get information about the real value of my shape model?
I don't have a separate shape model of Ceres, I am using kernels from https://isis.astrogeology.usgs.gov/ and I simply apply phocube .... localemission=yes.
#2 Updated by Tammy Becker about 1 year ago
For Ceres, ISIS3 defaults to the shape model (DEM) located in
This shape model can be displayed in qview as an image.
The mapping group resolution keywords for this DEM state:
PixelResolution = 136.71745810 meters/pixel
Scale = 60.0000 pixel/degree
More information about this shape model can be found:
The pixel resolution of your image data can be computed with phocube parameter pixelresolution=true, of course, qview will report the resolution of the pixel with your cursor. Other applications such as campt and camstats will also report your the resolution.
Hope this helps!