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  1. Hello, I am currently working with the CRISM Data in Matlab and when I load it, the data is always saved in a rectangular matrix. But since I need the original shape, I need to transform the cube data into it's original form. I have two screenshots how it should look like. I have also been able to read out the DDR file, but I can't find anything on the web on how to use that data. I would appreciate it if someone could help me further regarding this.
  2. Hello, I'm using MATLAB to load and plot the Galileo SSI .img image files. I'm using the fread function to load the image-files and I then remove the surrounding excess data. My problem arrives when I try plotting the images on the surface. They don't seem to match up and appear to be shifted ~1deg west. In addition, the images seem to fit together better if I flip the images left/right, but I don't know why. In Nasa view, they have a totally different direction. Anybody who can help me? Thanks - Sandy
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