Apply simple photometric model
This program applies a basic photometric normalization to an image by dividing each pixel by the cosine of the incidence angle. It uses the camera
model to compute the incidence angle at each pixel in the cube. The corresponding input pixel value is then divided by the cosine of the incidence angle. If the
absolute value of the incidence angle is 90 or greater then a Null pixel will be output.
Original version
Converted to ISIS3
Removed references to CubeInfo
Radiometric and Photometric Correction
cube
input
Input camera cube
An Isis cube with a supported camera model and initialized with SPICE.
*.cub
cube
output
Output Isis cube
The name of the output Isis cube. This cube will contain the input cube divided by the cosine of the
incidence angle.
*.cub
double
- 90.0
Maximum incidence angle
Pixels which have an absolute value of indicence angle at or above this value will be set to NULL in the output cube
90.0
0.0