- New version of "Sparse Vector Distributions and Recovery from Compressed Sensing"
- Phase transitions on Hawaii time
Via the Planetary Society blog:
False-color view of Vesta, July 9
Dawn took this false-color view of Vesta on July 9, 2011, from a distance of 41,000 kilometers, with a resolution of 3.8 kilometers per pixel. Views through several infrared filters enhance the variations among different types of materials that cover Vesta's surface. Credit: NASA / JPL-Caltech / UCLA / MPS / DLR / IDA