Advanced search
Registered users


Log me on automatically next visit?

» Forgot password
» Registration
Random image

Cubic Space Division2
Cubic Space Division2
Comments: 2

21.03.2018, 03:05

Google ads below



Nix Olympica Cyane
Nix Olympica Cyane


Nix Olympica Cyane
Description: The largest vulcano in our Solar System is Nix Olympica or Olympus Mons on Mars with a base of 200 km (125 mi) and a height of 26 km (16 mi). Created from 450 m (160 ft) / px DEMs (2 GB to download). We look in south-eastern direction over the Amazonis plain and see the volcano in 400 km (250 mi) distance, to the left part of the formation Cyane is visible. On the sky, the constellation of Taurus (The Bull), higher up and a bit to the right the Plejades. Pure Bryce 5.5, no PP except title.
Added by: Horo
Keywords: olympus, mons, nix, olympica, mars, DEM, volcano, cyane, amazonis, Horo
Date: 06.06.2005 22:16
Hits: 3230
Downloads: 2
Rating: 5.00 (1 Vote(s))
File size: 93.0 KB
Previous image: Psychodelic Saturn
Next image: 2001 Discovery

Author: Comment:

Join Date: 10.01.2004
Comments: 163

who is we, and why would you make a picture 160 feet long, Maybe i hhave misread all of that lol nice job I like the constaltions in the sky good work
06.06.2005 23:57 Offline jesuis xxomnislashxx at

Join Date: 12.11.2003
Comments: 441

That is awesome I like it a lot! Great sky!
where did u get the DEM?
06.07.2005 05:21 Offline Nightst4r nightst4r at

Join Date: 05.26.2004
Comments: 4415
We and DEM

We, Jesuis, is you and me and everybody looking at the picture. I could have said: the camera is looking. The resolution of 160 ft per pixel means this is still very coarse. The detail of the dunes is made my the material I used and suggests a resolution that is not here at all.

Start for the DEMs used is:
there are lower resolution ones, also. The DEMs I actually used here can be fetched directly at:
The whole Mars in 128 pixels per degree makes 180? (90?N to 90?S) x 128 x 360? x 128 = 1 GB. Each point uses 2 bytes for the altitude, hence 2 GB.
06.07.2005 08:56 Offline Horo h.-r.h.wernli at

Join Date: 10.01.2004
Comments: 163
I feel

Very very dumb Now that i read it over agian i understand everthing. Nice pic agian
06.07.2005 09:57 Offline jesuis xxomnislashxx at

Join Date: 03.10.2005
Comments: 59

I believe, that if you moved the volcano little aside and downward from picture center( I mean rotate the camera), it could look even better..
06.07.2005 10:16 Offline Popgriffon poplowicki at

Join Date: 01.03.2004
Comments: 2227

That's fantastic, almost photographic. Not tempted to include some BEM's or LGM? Oh well... 5/5
06.07.2005 13:45 Offline davidbrinnen mail at

Join Date: 05.26.2004
Comments: 4415

Thanks everyone for the kudos. I fact I had a Sojourner at right but moved back to the earlier version because it somehow spoiled the sense of scales.
06.07.2005 15:31 Offline Horo h.-r.h.wernli at
Facebook Comments

Previous image:
Psychodelic Saturn  
 Next image:
2001 Discovery


[Discord Server]  |   [Vote for The Best Artist]

Powered by 4images 1.8   Copyright © 2015

Template © 2002