Ryan & Tinkler, 1995; Therrien, Scrofani, & Krebs, 1977; Toet, Van Ruyven, & Valeton, 1989; Vrahimis, 1998), and others exploit intersensor contrast to yield false-color
images in two-dimensional (e.
These are shown in dark green or light homogenous green in the false-color
satellite pictures (1), leaving behind large patches of barren lands shown in purple or red (2), which are later replanted with alien species, in brown hues (3).
But surrounding these "Pillars of Creation" is a beautiful star-forming region, revealed in this false-color
photograph taken with the 0.
Caption: Bumps and pits that encode data on a Blu-ray Disc, seen above in a false-color
microscope image, can be imprinted on solar cells to improve light absorption, a new study shows.
On April 29th the Cassini imaging team released the dramatic false-color
view above, looking down at the planet's north pole.
Plant-covered land is red in the false-color
image, which includes both visible and infrared light.
A quick glance at the false-color
satellite image to the right shows part of the reason why the westernmost of Cuba's provinces got its figurative name of Pinar del Rio (or "Pines by the River" in English).
image of the Rosette Nebula (NGC 2237) in Monoceros shows a small cluster of very young stars in the central cavity of this star-forming cloud.
Caption: The tail of a mite, shown in pink in this false-color
scanning electron micrograph, sits behind a hair in a hair follicle.
narrowband image of M16 hints at the cavernous space cleared out in the nebula by the hot, young stars of the newborn cluster.