These are thumbnail explorations of colour pallettes, orientations and croppings created by students in Phys 1830 Perspective on the Universe: Cosmic Sights/Sites at the University of Manitoba Fall 2010 term. The participants used black and white jpegs of HST's acquisition of the Veil Nebula from the Hubble Legacy Archive. They are shown at the bottom of this page. Note the variety of colour renditions of the same black and white data set.
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|Image||Team||People and comments.|
|Team "backrow"|| Donovan Fast, |
|?||Michelle Senez |
|?|| Blayne Gray|
In this image the goal was to assign mostly scientifically accurate colours to the various gasses (ie red/pink to hydrogen, green to oxygen, etc) while still maintaining the visual depth of the image. The image was rotated/cropped in a way such that it has a horizontal "flowing" effect.
|?|| Frans Antonissen |
|Team Rachel|| Ellie Thiessen|
|?|| Michael Strick |
|Team Parrallactic Quzar||Kla347|
|?|| Victor Khaleghi Hashemian |
|Hotdog|| Willow Bartels |
Bart de Bekker